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crime small image Presentations on crime data

ESDS organises and presents at workshops where expert speakers talk about data they have created or re-use of data. Listed below are some presentations related to crime data together with details of and links to the associated event. See also Crime data - events for programmes from other past events and links to presentations held elsewhere.


presentation iconAccessing the NCDS and the BCS70 via the Economic and Social Data Service
10 May 2011: National Child Development Study (NCDS) and British Cohort Study 1970 (BCS70) Introductory Workshop
Location: Institute of Education, University of London

presentation iconThe Economic and Social Data Service: Research Resources for Criminology
11-14 July 2010: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 2010
Location: University of Leicester

presentation iconESDS Crime data resources: quantitative and qualitative
5-8 July 2010: Research Methods Festival 2010
Location: St Catherine's College, Oxford

presentation iconUpdate on BCS developments
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconNorthern Ireland Crime Survey
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconDrinking patterns and violent behaviour amongst young people: A longitudinal analysis of the Offending Crime and Justice survey
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconESDS Government Resources for Government Crime Surveys
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconSurvey Resources Network
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconPublic perceptions of crime
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconWhere is the Full Fat Fear of Crime: Has 25 Years of Homogenised Data Misled Criminologists and Policymakers?
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconAssessing the relative influence of interviewer and area differences on reported levels of fear of crime: A cross-classified multilevel analysis of the British Crime Survey
7 December 2009: Crime surveys user meeting
Location: University of Manchester

presentation iconAssessing policing and the public perception of Police Forces using the BCS - a research project with challenges
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconThe British Crime Survey: Update from the Home Office
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconDevelopments on the BCS
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconBritish Crime Survey: Presentation to the BCS User Group
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconESDS resources for BCS users
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconAn Update on the Scottish Crime Survey
11 December 2007: British Crime Survey User Meeting
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconOffending, Crime and Justice survey: aims, coverage and methodology
8 May 2007: Families, youth, community and justice: new survey datasets for social research
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

presentation iconOffending, Crime and Justice Survey: headline results from the 2005 survey
8 May 2007: Families, youth, community and justice: new survey datasets for social research
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London



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