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1993
Mayhew, Pat,  Maung, Natalie Aye,  Mirrlees-Black, Catriona . The 1992 British Crime Survey. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
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1994
Skogan, Wesley G. Contacts Between Police and Public: Findings from the 1992 British Crime Survey. Home Office Research Study. 134, London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
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1996
Chenery, Sylvia,  Ellingworth, Dan,  Tseloni, Andromachi . Crimes which repeat: Undigested evidence from the British Crime Survey 1992. International Journal of Risk, Security and Crime Prevention. 1, (3), 207-216.
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1998
Osborn, Denise R.,  Tseloni, Andromachi . The distribution of household property crimes. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 14, (3), 307-330.
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1998
Dijk, Tom van,  Erez, Edna,  Robinson, Susan,  et al . Domestic victimization. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research. 6, (1), 3-111.
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1994
Mirrlees-Black, Catriona . Estimating the Extent of Domestic Violence: Findings from the 1992 British Crime Survey. 37, London: United Kingdom Home Office, Research and Statistics Department.
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2001
Markowitz, Fred E.,  Bellair, Paul E.,  Liska, Allen E.,  Liu, Jianhong . Extending social disorganization theory: Modeling the relationships between cohesion, disorder, and fear. Criminology. 39, (2), 293-320.
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1998
Ellingworth, Dan,  Pease, Ken . Movers and breakers: Household property crime against those moving home. International Journal of Risk, Security and Crime Prevention. 3, (1), 35-42.
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1995
Buck, Wendy,  Chatterton, Michael,  Pease, Ken . Obscene, Threatening and Other Troublesome Telephone Calls to Women in England and Wales: 1982-1992. 92, London: United Kingdom Home Office, Research and Planning Unit.
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2001
Hope, Tim,  Bryan, Jane,  Trickett, Alan . The phenomena of multiple victimization: The relationship between personal and property crime risk. British Journal of Criminology. 41, (4), 595-617.
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1997
Ellingworth, Dan,  Hope, Tim,  Osborn, Denise R.,  et al . Prior victimisation and crime risk. International Journal of Risk, Security and Crime Prevention. 2, (3), 201-215.
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1994
Maung, Natalie Aye,  Mirrlees-Black, Catriona . Racially Motivated Crime: A British Crime Survey Analysis. 82, London: United Kingdom Home Office, Research and Planning Unit.
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1996
Elliott, Caroline,  Ellingworth, Dan . The relationship between unemployment and crime A cross-sectional analysis employing the British Crime Survey 1992. International Journal of Manpower. 17, (6/7), 81 -
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1995
Mott, Joy,  Mirrlees-Black, Catriona . Self-Reported Drug Misuse in England and Wales: Findings from the 1992 British Crime Survey. 89, London: United Kingdom Home Office, Research and Planning Unit.
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1992
Mayhew, Pat . Surveying Crime from the 1992 British Crime Survey. 2, London: United Kingdom Home Office.
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1995
Ellingworth, Dan,  Farrell, Graham,  Pease, Ken . A victim is a victim is a victim? Chronic victimization in four sweeps of the British Crime Survey. British Journal of Criminology. 35, (3), 360-365.
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2001
Budd, Tracey . Violence at Work: New Findings from the 2000 British Crime Survey. London: United Kingdom Home Office, Health and Safety Executive.
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