A number of resources to help access the results from the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS), interpret findings, and understand the research.
This report provides detailed insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) results. It extends the topline report released in December 2018. The report contains mostly descriptive statistics. It does not include analysis of relationships between variables.
This document summarises key findings of the NZCVS 2018. The two versions of the key findings report:
These reports are based on the NZCVS Cycle 1 (2018) data and focused on specific prioritised themes.
An overview of important findings. This report present in a concise format (22 pages) the most important NZCVS Cycle (2018) results already presented in the core report. The findings are explained in plain English and supported by charts and infographics.
Highly victimised people. This report provides a statistical picture of the most highly victimised four percent of New Zealand adults who experience 47% of all crime incidents. We define highly victimised people as those who experienced four or more criminal incidents within a 12-month period. In this report highly victimised people are compared with other victims to assess how this population differs and what are the key factors contributing in high victimisation. The findings are supported by charts and infographics.
This infographic summarises the most important findings of the NZCVS 2018 on one page.
This document summarises data collected by NZCVS Cycle 1 (2018) and provides information about data accuracy. The document available in the PDF and XLS format.
This Report summarises the initial findings of the NZCVS 2018. The Report provides a brief overview of the following research areas:
This is a high-level insights and analysis report which does not present all the information collected in NZCVS. This Report does not discuss the technical details of the research. This information can be found in the NZCVS Methodology Report.
The Methodology Report describes in detail the design and methods used in the NZCVS. This Report includes, but is not limited to, detailed information on NZCVS research objectives, sampling, questionnaire development and testing, fieldwork processes and statistics, offence coding, data processing, weighting, imputation and producing analyses.
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