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Cracking Crime Tuesday, 17 September, 2002, 21:31 GMT 22:31 UK
Attitudes towards the police
The ICM poll carried out for the BBC's Cracking Crime Day revealed the following statistics about attitudes towards the police.

 

How recently can you remember seeing a police officer on the beat in your area?

 

Percentages of respondents who said they were

 

Which of the following best describes the reason why you are not confident about the police catching the offender in a street mugging?

 

Which one or two of these do you think would od most to make you feel safer on the streets in your area?


ICM interviewed a random sample of 1,009 adults aged 18 and above by telephone between 9 and 12 September 2002. Interviews were conducted across the country and the results have been weighted to the profile of all adults.

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