The Home Office provides research and publishes statistics on Home Office responsibilities such as crime, counter-terrorism, the justice system and immigration. Ministers and policy-makers then use these research findings and statistics to inform policy development and operational activity to tackle crime.
The UK Data Service acquires micro data from surveys sponsored by the Home Office including:
Offending, Crime and Justice Survey, 2003-2006
Citizenship Survey, 2001-2011
Crime Survey for England and Wales, 1982-
Commercial Victimisation Survey, 2002
Survey of New Refugees, 2005-2009
Youth Lifestyles Survey, 1998-1999
Offenders Index Cohort Data, 1953-1997
Young People and Crime Survey, 1992-1993
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