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Manual on Victimization Surveys

Valid from2010
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DescriptionVictimization surveys are a recognized tool that help governments and citizens understand their crime problems and how to address them better. This publication provides a comprehensive source of information for developing a national victimization survey. It is the first attempt to develop international methodological guidelines for the design of victimization surveys. Key issues are considered, such as the approach to take, the design of the questionnaire, the interviewing methods, and how to analyze and present the data.
Maintenance organization United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Statistical domain(s) 1.8 Justice and crime
Type of standardMethodologies and Procedures
Languages English, French, Russian, Spanish
Information last updated18/08/11