The Australian National Crime Survey was conducted as part of the Social Science Survey in late 1989 and 1990. This report presents the final results. The first section, written by Kelley and Evans, focuses on the amount and distribution of crime in Australia; social and ecological aspects of crime victimisation; and the public's view of the police. Walker is responsible for the second section, which provides statistical tables and graphs containing the survey data.
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