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Date Last Updated: 17-05-2017

Survey Name:

Crime and Victimisation, Quarterly National Household Survey

Survey purpose:

To provide detailed official information on the incidence of crime and victimisation in the population and the attitudes and opinions of the population on the Irish justice system.

Legislative Basis National:

Legislative Basis European:

Periodicity:

Ad hoc

Statistical Population:

All individuals living in private households in Ireland

Sampling Frame:

All private households in Ireland

Reference Area:

State

Time Coverage:

1998-2015

Base Period:

Not applicable

Sector Coverage:

The information is collected from individuals in households. Data collected at household level is obtained from one individual in the household.

Survey Size:

Not applicable

Principal Variables:

Detailed official information on the incidence of crime and victimisation in the population and the attitudes and opinions of the population on the Irish justice system.

Principal External Users:

Department of Justice and Equality. An Garda Siochána, Semi-state agencies in the area of justice, Economists, Research institutions, Individual researchers, The public.

Contact Organisation:

Central Statistics Office

Business Area:

Social & Demographic Statistics

Contact Person:

Olive Loughnane

Contact Person Function:

Statistician

Other Business Area Specialists:

Sam Scriven, Amelia Murray

Contact email:

crime@cso.ie

Contact phone number:

(+353) 21 453 5000