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Skip module menu and go to content. Online Catalogue Main page of Canadians' Use of Crime Prevention Measures Highlights Findings Tables and figures Methodology Bibliography More information Canadians' Use of Crime Prevention Measures in PDF version Previous issues of the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series

Tables and figures

Tables

Table 1 Crime prevention measures taken to protect self or property by personal characteristics, 2004

Table 2 Crime prevention measures taken to protect self or property by household characteristics, 2004

Table 3 Factors related to changing activities or avoiding certain places as a crime prevention measure, multivariate analysis, 2004

Figures

Figure 1 Changing activities or avoiding certain places among most common lifetime protective measures employed, 1999 and 2004

Figure 2 About six in ten people routinely lock car doors for safety when alone, 1999 and 2004

Figure 3 Use of prevention measures greater among those with negative perceptions of neighbourhood safety, 2004


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