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Modelling property crime using the British Crime Survey

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posted on 22.02.2006 by Andromachi Tseloni, Denise Osborn, Alan Trickett, Ken Pease
The British Crime Survey (BCS) has been used to develop a number of statistical models that describe property crime victimization at the level of the individual household. This paper gives an overview of what has been learnt from these studies.
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TSELONI, A., OSBORN, D., TRICKETT, A., PEASE, K., 2002. Modelling property crime using the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology, 42(1), pp. 109-128.

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2002

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This article has been published in the journal, British Journal of Criminology [© Oxford University Press].

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