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Interpersonal violence - results from the latest NZCASS Study

October 01, 2015 at 3:59 PM

Interpersonal violence - results from the latest NZCASS Study

*From the New ZEaland Family Violence Clearinghouse*

The NZ Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) provides policy makers, researchers and the public with information about the extent and nature of crime and victimisation in New Zealand. Superu are hosting a seminar to discuss the findings from the survey in Wellington on the 23rd of October.

When: Friday 23 October 2015, 10-11am

Where: Nau Mai Meeting Room, Ground Floor, Te Puni Kōkiri House, 143 Lambton Quay, Wellington

Organised by Superu

FreeRegister by 22 October 2015

The NZ Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) provides policy makers, researchers and the public with information about the extent and nature of crime and victimisation in New Zealand.  The NZCASS is a nationwide, face-to-face survey of NZ residents aged 15 years and over.  Without the NZCASS there would be a notable gap in our knowledge about crime and victimisation, particularly crime that goes unreported to Police.  This most recent NZCASS undertaken in 2014 is the third time that the survey has been conducted.

Taija Peach, NZCASS 2014 Project Manager from the Ministry of Justice, will discuss the findings from the survey. The presentation will explore interpersonal violence both by type of violence and by the victims’ relationship to the offender.

For more information, email events@superu.govt.nz