Crime victimisation in Northern Ireland findings from the 2001 Northern Ireland Crime Survey by Brian French

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StatementBrian French.
SeriesNorthern Ireland Office research & statistical bulletin -- 3/2002
ContributionsGreat Britain. Northern Ireland Office., Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.
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Pagination27p. ;
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL19412936M

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Mrs Long said a ministerially-commissioned reference group will be appointed to advise her on the potential remit of a general victims of crime commissioner for Northern Ireland. A victims' commissioner with a wider remit is being considered by the Department of Justice. Northern Ireland's current commissioner only deals with.

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T he Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland report said while there had been improvement in recent years, services to assist victims and witnesses are still not being consistently delivered.

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As users are aware, there has been a number of data quality issues identified in relation to PULSE data. Hate Crime in Northern Ireland: Trends And Patterns 17 Legal Framework: • International Standards • Domestic Law 30 41 ‘Hate’ Offences and Police Powers 46 Police Policy and Practice 62 Reporting and Recording Hate Crime 71 Keeping in Touch with Victims 81 Protection of Victims 85 Bringing a Case to Court 89 Perpetrators   Aside from the assaults and murders, crimes in 19th century Ireland sometimes took a stranger turn with the theft of ferrets or foals also ranking among the most commons forms of crime.

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