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Scottish Crime Survey 2003

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SCOTTISH CRIME SURVEY 2003

APPENDIX A: ADDITIONAL TABLES

Table A.2.1: Rates of victimisation in Scotland in 2002, per 10,000 households / individuals

Best estimate

Lower estimate

Upper estimate

Confidence interval

COMPARABLE WITH POLICE

VANDALISM

1,656

1,473

1,840

183

ACQUISITIVE

620

514

726

106

Housebreaking

397

316

479

82

Theft of a motor vehicle

91

56

126

35

Bicycle theft

132

94

170

38

VIOLENCE

599

466

732

133

Assault

550

443

658

108

Robbery

48

13

84

35

OTHER SURVEY CRIMES

Theft from a motor vehicle

408

323

493

85

Attempted theft of/ from motor vehicle

126

91

160

35

Other household theft

499

404

594

95

Theft from the person

59

35

84

25

Other personal theft

261

193

329

68

Petty Assault

435

342

529

93

Serious assault

115

78

152

37

Motor vehicle vandalism

826

719

933

107

Property vandalism

831

610

1,051

221

ALL HOUSEHOLD CRIMES

3,309

2,969

3,649

340

ALL PERSONAL CRIMES

919

801

1,037

118

VEHICLE CRIME (Rates per 10,000 owners)

Theft from a motor vehicle

609

473

745

136

Theft of a motor vehicle

136

86

186

50

Attempted theft of/ from a m. vehicle

188

148

228

40

Bicycle theft

369

254

484

115

Notes:

1. Upper and lower estimates are based on 95% confidence intervals.
2. Rate for all survey crime cannot be calculated because the combination of household and personal crimes cannot be weighted.
3. For violence, theft from the person, assault, robbery, other personal theft and all personal offences, rates are quoted per 10,000 adults. For acquisitive crime, vandalism, housebreaking, vehicle offences, bicycle theft, other household theft and all household offences, rates are quoted per 10,000 households.
4. For the distinction between crimes which are 'comparable with police' and 'other survey crimes', see Appendix D.
5. Source: 2003 Scottish Crime Survey, unweighted n=5,041, motor vehicle owners, unweighted n=3,513, bicycle owners, unweighted n=1,842.