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Property crimes: why they remained unreported in Scotland in 2017/18

Reasons given by victims of property crime for not reporting the incident in Scotland in 2017/18

by Daniel Clark, last edited Mar 28, 2019
Property crimes: why they remained unreported in Scotland in 2017/18 This statistic shows the reasons why property crime was not reported to the police in Scotland in the fiscal year 2017/18. 44 percent of people said that the incident was too trivial and not worth reporting, whereas 18 percent said that the police would not have been interested. This reflects the wide range of crimes that are included under the umbrella term 'property crime.'
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Reasons given by victims of property crime for not reporting the incident in Scotland in 2017/18

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by Daniel Clark, last edited Mar 28, 2019
This statistic shows the reasons why property crime was not reported to the police in Scotland in the fiscal year 2017/18. 44 percent of people said that the incident was too trivial and not worth reporting, whereas 18 percent said that the police would not have been interested. This reflects the wide range of crimes that are included under the umbrella term 'property crime.'
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