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National Crime Survey

The National Crime Survey (NSC) is a survey of victims of crime, based on the methodology of the International Crime Victims Survey, originally developed by UNICRI (the United Nations Institute on Criminal Justice) CSD and its subsidiary social research company, Vitosha Research, have been conducting the National Crime Survey annually since 2005. Before that surveys were done in 1997, 2001, and 2004. While the core of the survey is still the methodology developed by UNICRI, the survey has been developed and enriched with additional questions that reflect the specifics of crime situation in Bulgaria. The NCS is presented annually as part of the regular meetings of the National Crime Prevention Council.

 

NCS 2015

Dynamics of Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2014 – 2015

CSD Policy Brief No. 56: Dynamics of Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2014 – 2015

NCS 2013

Public discussion: Crime Trends 2012 - 2013

NCS 2011

Crime Trends in Bulgaria 2000 – 2010

Public Discussion: Dynamics of Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2000-2010

NCS 2010

National crime Survey 2010 (in Bulgarian)

National Crime Survey Synopsis

Public Discussion: Dynamics of Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2009 – 2010 – 8 June 2010

NCS 2009

National crime Survey 2009 (in Bulgarian)

Conventional Crime in Bulgaria: Levels and trends – 2009

NCS 2008

Seminar: Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2007-2008. The Use of Good Practices in the Monitoring of Justice and Home Affairs -May 20 2009

NCS 2001-2006

Crime Trends in Bulgaria 2000 - 2005

NCS 2005

Crime Trends in Bulgaria: Police Statistics and Victimization Surveys - January 26, 2005

Crime trends in Bulgaria: Police statistics and crime victimization report - 2005



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