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4500.0.55.001 - Measuring Victims of Crime: A Guide to Using Administrative and Survey data, June 2011  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 16/06/2011  First Issue
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Chapter One - Introduction
Includes: Introduction
Chapter Two - Differences between crime data sources
Includes: Introduction to differences between crime data sources, Comparisons across administrative data sources, Comparisons within administrative data, Comparisons across survey data, Comparisons between crime administrative data and crime survey data and Conclusion.
Chapter Three - Analysis of Crime victimisation data and police recorded administrative data
Includes: Introduction to analysis of crime victimisation survey data and police recorded administrative data, Know your dataset: Understanding general scope and coverage differences, Illustration of differences in crime victimisation data by offence, Assault, Robbery, Break-in, Motor Vehicle Theft and Conclusion.
Chapter Four - Guide to using each data source
Includes: Introduction to a guide to using each data source, Summary information for each ABS Crime Data Source, Which data source do I use? and Conclusion.
Technical note
Includes: Technical note
Includes: List of References

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