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Crime and safety survey publications:

New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2006
The Ministry of Justice has released the most comprehensive victimisation survey ever carried out in New Zealand detailing people’s experiences of crime.
New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2009
The New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) provides information for researchers, policy makers and the public about the nature and extent of crime and victimisation in New Zealand.
Understanding Victimisation Risk - New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2006
This report presents further results from the 2006 New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS). It looks at what best explains why some social groups face higher victimisation risk than others.
Exploring Victimisation in sole-parent households - findings from The New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2006
This report presents further results from the 2006 New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) to look at the experiences of sole-parent households as victims of crime.
The New Zealand National Survey of Crime Victims 2001 - Published May 2003
A Summary of the Crime Victims and Women's Safety Surveys A Summary of the two Reports - 1996