A victim survey is essentially a survey which gauges crime levels based on people saying what they’ve been a victim of, rather than asking them to admit to crime’s they’ve admitted. An advantage of this is that people are far less likely to lie to avoid prosecution; admittedly victims of certain crimes (such as rape or domestic/gang violence) are still unlikely to report their crimes.
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