Research and Statistical Bulletin 9/2018 ‘Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2016/17 Northern Ireland Crime Survey’

Date published: 26 June 2018

This bulletin focuses on crime victimisation rates in Northern Ireland for the following broad crime types:

crimes affecting the whole household (mainly property offences), including vandalism, domestic burglary, vehicle-related theft, bicycle theft and other household theft; and

personal crimes against respondents only (mainly violent offences), including common assault, wounding, mugging (robbery and snatch theft from the person), stealth theft from the person and other theft of personal property.


NOTE: Tables A11, A12, A13 and A14 - Statistics presented for respondents who gave their religion as Protestant have been revised due to a coding error.   We apologise for any inconvenience (26 June 2018).

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