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Youth contact with the police in England and Wales 2012/2013

Distribution of 10 to 15 year olds coming into the contact with the police in England and Wales in 2012/2013, by reason/situation

Youth contact with the police in England and Wales 2012/2013 This statistic shows the distribution of 10 to 15 year olds coming into the contact with the police in England and Wales in 2012/2013, by reason/situation. The most common youth/police interaction was when the police told off or asked the respondents to move on. 7 percent of respondents were stopped and searched.
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Distribution of 10 to 15 year olds coming into the contact with the police in England and Wales in 2012/2013, by reason/situation

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This statistic shows the distribution of 10 to 15 year olds coming into the contact with the police in England and Wales in 2012/2013, by reason/situation. The most common youth/police interaction was when the police told off or asked the respondents to move on. 7 percent of respondents were stopped and searched.
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Release date
May 2014
Region
United Kingdom (England, Wales)
Survey time period
April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013
Number of respondents
291*
Age group
10-15 years
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* In total, 1,396 ten to fifteen year olds were asked if the police had talked to or approached them. Of these respondents, 291 (22 percent) said yes and were then asked the reason for this.
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