CSEW

AcronymDefinition
CSEWClassified School Employee Week
CSEWComputer Science Education Workshop (Czech Republic and Slovakia)
CSEWCanadian Space Exploration Workshop
CSEWCentre for Study of Education and Work (Canada)
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Alexa Bradley, the deputy head of crime statistics at ONS, explained why the CSEW and police records data appeared to show different trends.
Some 35,000 households are questioned for the CSEW and the response rate is 73%, Mr Flatley added: "People are a bit black and white - 'Crime survey is good, police recorded crime is bad.
When CSEW violent crime was at its peak in 1995, 4.
The CSEW is a face-toface survey of England and Wales residents, and includes some offences not recorded by or reported to the police.
Vehicle-related theft and criminal damage were both down in the CSEW by 15% and "other household theft" by 9%.
Shadow policing minister David Hanson, MP for Delyn, called for Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary to look at apparent discrepancies between recorded crimes and CSEW results.
In addition, the CSEW estimated that there were 900,000 crimes against children aged 10 to 15 in 2012.
The CSEW is a face-to-face survey of England and Wales residents, and includes some offences not recorded by or reported to the police.
But after this time, policerecorded crimes started falling at almost twice the rate than in the CSEW.
Despite this only 55% of people, according to the CSEW, think Gwent Police is dealing with local concerns - the second-lowest figure in England and Wales.
But after that period of time, police-recorded crimes started falling at almost twice the rate than in the CSEW.