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Crime and Victimisation (QNHS Module)
Central Statistics Office (CSO)
Persons aged 18 or over who were victims of crime by region, sex, age group, nationality and principal economic status. Further breakdown of theft and assault, location of incident, use or threat of weapon, whether an injury was incurred, type of treatment required, and whether/why the incident was not reported to the Gardaí.
Persons aged 18 or over classified by how safe they would feel walking alone in their neighbourhood after dark, or alone in their home after dark, their perception of crime in Ireland, whether they worry about becoming a victim of crime, and how they would rate the Gardaí in the local area, classified by region, sex, age group, nationality, victim of any crime, and principal economic status.
Households classified by whether they were victims of any crime, classified by region, number of persons in household, family composition, sex, age and principal economic status of the reference person. Household burglaries classified by details of the incident, whether someone was at home at the time, whether a weapon was used, whether anyone was injured, whether/why not reported to the Gardaí, and estimated cost of the burglary. Details are also provided on vandalism, stolen motor vehicles, stolen bicycles, and security measures.
Links to web pages that lead to the statistics:
The CSO Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) special modules.
Persons aged 18 or over. Sexual assaults and domestic violence are excluded. Questions on crime related to the last incident, in cases where the household or person had been a victim of a particular kind of crime more than once in the past year.
The 12 months prior to the time of the QNHS survey
1998 quarter 4
Typically from 6 to 12 months after the end of the reference period
People and Society - Crime and Justice
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