Crime Surveys User Conference 2017
The annual Crime Surveys User Conference, organised by the UK Data Service, is free to attend and will be held at the Royal Statistical Society in London. The programme contains a mixture of presentations from data producers, including the Office for National Statistics (ONS), and researchers who use crime-related data.
The user conference brings data producers and data users together to share updates on the development of the UK crime surveys available from the UK Data Service, such as the Crime Survey for England and Wales and the Commercial Victimisation Survey, and to showcase research that is being carried out using the data.
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Venue| Programme| Presentation: CSEW: An Update, Chloe Farrier and Fiona Aitchison| Panel discussion: How will we measure crime in ten years’ time? Pat MacLeod| Presentation: Commercial Victimisation Survey: Findings from the 2016 CVS, Rosanna Currenti| Presentation: Estimating the true scale of shop theft in Nottingham and other Core Cities, Laura Garius and James Hunter| Presentation: The Changing Nature of Urban Crime: A Focus on LB Islington, Roger Matthews| Presentation: Just another statistic: improving policy and popular understandings of knife crime through improved data collection and analysis, Peter Traynor| Panel discussion: What if there were no Crime Survey for England and Wales? Andromachi Tseloni| Summary of notes from the panel session: ‘How we will measure crime in 10 years’