You need to know what the NZCASS covers so you can understand the results and statistics. This webpage tells you:
This webpage covers the sampling error information provided as part of NZCASS reporting. Specifically this page covers:
Users of the NZCASS need to be able to assess trends by comparing results between years. This webpage provides information on whether changes to different parts of the research were made, and what those changes were.
This webpage helps users understand and interpret the statistics produced as part of NZCASS reporting when compared to statistics routinely produced by the NZ Police:
A number of social, demographic and geographic factors are used to understand what types of people are more likely to experience different things associated with crime and victimisation. This page helps users correctly interpret and use the factor information provided as part of NZCASS reporting.
Different types of analysis have been used to help us better understand different aspects of crime and victimisation. The three advanced methods of modelling used as part of the NZCASS and described in this section are:
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