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Table 1.02 Knowledge about local police, 2009/10 and 2010/11 BCS
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Percentages England and Wales, adults aged 16 and over, BCS
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2009/102010/11
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Respondent had seen, read or heard details of local police 3132
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Unweighted base11,03111,501
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Where respondent had come across details of local police
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Police newsletter2629
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Council newsletter2625
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Local newspaper2521
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Poster in public place1315
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Neighbourhood Watch newsletter1111
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Other newsletters/flyers156
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Directly from the police222
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At a local meeting/group321
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Local TV/radio01
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Somewhere else66
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Unweighted base (respondent had come across details of local police)43,6253,872
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1. Coded from open response post-interview. Includes parish council newsletter, Resident's Association newsletter, etc.
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2. Coded from open response post-interview. Includes details from a police officer, PCSO, at a police station, from a police website, etc.
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3. Coded from open response post-interview. Includes parish council meeting, Resident's Association or tenant's group, Neighbourhood Watch group, etc.
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4. Figures here are based on respondents who had seen, read or heard details of the local police.
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Source: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/science-research-statistics/research-statistics/crime-research/hosb1811/?view=Standard&pubID=961474
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