Group: Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs
The 1993 Minnesota Crime Survey, conducted by Minnesota Planning and the Department of Public Safety, asked a random sample of more than 5,000 Minnesotans age 15 and older about their experiences with crime in 1992. The results, based on a response rate of more than 72 percent, provide a baseline for measuring citizens experience with crime and their fear of it, as well as the relationship between these.
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