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Publications

2016-17 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

May 2016 A report focussed on confidence in policing using a novel technique - Latent Class Analysis. Published as "Statistics in Development" using Scottish Surveys Core Questions data:

2014-15 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

November 2014 - Analytical Paper

2012-13 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

2010-11 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

2009-10 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

2008-09 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey

2006 Scottish Crime and Victimisation Survey

Errors have been found in the crime estimates covering 2005/06 in the publication 2006 Scottish Crime and Victimisation Survey: Main Findings. The report has been withdrawn and the errors for key crime estimates for 2005-06 have now been corrected and will be included in Scottish Crime and Justice Survey (SCJS) 2008-09: First Findings.

2004 Scottish Crime and Victimisation Survey

2003 Scottish Crime Survey

2000 Scottish Crime Survey

1996 Scottish Crime Survey

1993 Scottish Crime Survey

Other Publications

Results from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey (SCJS) are also used in reports produced by other departments and organisations.  Some known examples are provided below.

  • The Equality and Human Rights Commission has published an analysis of crime statistics relating to disabled people, including two measures from the SCJS (2008/09 to 2010/11): disabled people's experiences of crime; their worries about crime.  This was published in Autumn 2013.

  • Justice Analytical Services published An Examination of the Evidence on Sectarianism in Scotland which provides a review of existing research and survey data on sectarianism in Scotland.  This was published in June 2013.

Information on uses of SCJS data for research projects are also summarised by the UK Data Service: