Arts and entertainment premises victim to crime in England and Wales 2013, by size

This survey shows the proportion of arts, entertainment and recreation premises experiencing crime in England and Wales in 2013, by number of employees. Crime incidents include burglary (including attempts), vandalism, vehicle related theft, robbery (including attempts), assaults and threats, thefts (by customers, employees, unknown persons and others), and fraud (by customers, unknown persons and others). Of the responding premises, 41 percent of those employing 1 to 9 members of staff had experienced an incident of crime in the last 12 months.

Proportion of arts, entertainment and recreation premises experiencing crime incidents in England and Wales in 2013, by number of employees

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Source

Release date

2014

Region

United Kingdom (England, Wales)

Survey time period

August to November 2013

Number of respondents

888 respondents

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

* Data refers to incidents in the 12 months prior to survey. Surveys were conducted between August and November 2013.

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