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Stephen Maize

Violence according to British Crime Survey

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Stephen Maize
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On Violence according to the 2006 British Crime Survey. On the list of locations were Transport, which is the tube or a car etc.,other location, inside or outside home. Only thing I got rid of was the violence at the pub or club, which drops violence to 2.4%

The Survey also had violence according to morning, afternoon,evening and night.

Night being midnight to 6am.

I got rid of the violence at night. It has dropped to 1.8%

This is for Stranger and Acquaintance Violence.

How do I make the argument that there is no need for 40% to 50% to have guns or knifes on the streets, when a mere 1.8% of people were subject to violence?

Also I have questions regarding acquaintance violence. I wish the British Crime Survey would explain if Violence happened because of an argument. 

Is it your view that most if all acquaintance violence happens because of arguments?

i need this to be established.

Interestingly, if you never went to a pub or club in the evening, it said 1.6%.

I’m glad that the Uk has gun control and police have been successful in their drive against crime.

Currently, it is 1.3% for 2017.

 

Thank you for your time.

Edited by Stephen Maize

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BlueBob

Why would you be asking “us” to make your argument especially when it’s based on20!yesr old, poorly analysed/ selected  data

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How do I make the argument that there is no need for 40% to 50% to have guns or knifes on the streets, when a mere 1.8% of people were subject to violence?



It’s getting a bit boring now, don’t you think?

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Stephen Maize
3 hours ago, Mac7 said:

 

 


It’s getting a bit boring now, don’t you think?

 

 

 

Hey, now. I need answers. I’m serious.

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Topic closed.

Thanks to all who have contributed.

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