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The Jersey Crime Victimisation Survey 2004

Produced by the Justice and Home Affairs
Authored by Home Affairs Committee and published on 01 Nov 2005
Prepared internally, no external cost


​​​The Jersey Crime Victimisation Survey 2004 was conducted between October and November
2004 by the Home Affairs Department on behalf of the Community Safety Partnership.

The survey was designed to investigate the nature and extent of crime experienced by
persons over the age of 16 in Jersey.

The results of the survey contain the following:

• introduction
• executive summary
• perception of safety
- feelings of safety in own neighbourhood
- feelings of safety in own home
• perceptions of crime / disorder in Jersey
- perception of crime rates
- anti-social behaviour
- sentencing, sentences and sentencers
• victimisation
- theft of car
- theft from car
- deliberate damage to car
- motorcycle theft
- theft of bicycle
- burglary
- attempted burglary
- theft of personal property
- sexual assault / harassment
- other assault
• comparison of reporting rates

Download the Jersey Crime Victimisation Survey 2005 (size 280kb)
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