Youth views: Violence between children in England and Wales 2012/2013

This statistic shows, according to the Crime Survey for England and Wales, the views of 10 to 15 year old victims of violence (child to child) in England and Wales in 2012/2013. The majority of respondents said that they don't see such violence as a crime. Over a third of respondents even accept it as a normal part of life.

Views of incidents of violence by 10 to 15 year old victims in England and Wales in 2012/2013*

Share of respondents
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Release date

May 2014


United Kingdom (England, Wales)

Survey time period

April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013

Number of respondents

217 respondents

Age group

10-15 years

Supplementary notes

* Violence between children which includes the following offence types: wounding, robbery, assault with minor injury and assault with injury.

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