Methodology

CRIME RECORDED BY THE POLICE AND THE GENDARMERIE: INDICATORS

By grouping together several of the indicators in the Etat 4001 database, the ONDRP created four new indicators with a view to analysing the trends of different criminal phenomena: wilful attacks against a person's physical integrity, property crime, crimes detected by the gendarmerie and police departments, and economic and financial crimes and fraud. Crimes not fitting the description of one of these four indicators come under the heading "other crimes".

 

METHODOLOGICAL DICTIONARY

The ONDRP uses the findings of the "Living environment and security" crime victimisation surveys it conducts together with Insee in its Annual Report as well as in thematic articles, "Grand Angle" or "Repères" collections in particular. This dictionary first and foremost sets out to lay down the main methodological guidelines for the ONDRP's Annual Report on the findings of the "Living environment and security" crime victimisation survey. It is intended to serve as a benchmark for all of the ONDRP's publications based wholly or partially on this source. Read the document

 

THE LIVING ENVIRONMENT AND SECURITY SURVEYS IN 12 QUESTIONS

This is one of the surveys that Insee carries out on the living conditions of French citizens and the findings of which are primarily used by the ONDRP. There are several surveys on a variety of themes, including time use, transport and travel practices, spending, new technologies or holidays. The "Living environment and security" survey, for its part, addresses victimisation and the perception of crime among the French population.

 

CRIME VICTIMISATION SURVEY AND ÉTAT 4001

The ONDRP uses the findings of the "Living environment and security" crime victimisation surveys it conducts together with Insee in its Annual Report as well as in thematic articles, "Grand Angle" or "Repères" collections in particular. This dictionary first and foremost sets out to lay down the main methodological guidelines for the ONDRP's Annual Report on the findings of the "Living environment and security" crime victimisation survey. It is intended to serve as a benchmark for all of the ONDRP's publications based wholly or partially on this source. Read the document