Offender Surveys

Offender surveys collect information from offenders, in order to develop an understanding of their behaviour and attitudes. One example is the Offending Crime and Justice Survey (OCJS), which was a longitudinal study carried out between 2003 and 2006. In 2003, a sample of people aged 10 to 65 was taken and then about 5,000 of them were followed-up longitudinally until 2006. It collected data from a variety of areas including self-reported offending, indicators of recidivism (repeat offending), and the types of offences committed.

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