Monday, March 31, 2014

Uniform Crime Reporting Survey


Does the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey report per 100,000? Also, I'm not able to locate justice spending back to 1990 only back to 2000:<>


Statistics Canada has not collected courts or prosecutions related expenditures data since the Courts Resources, Expenditures and Personnel Survey and the Prosecutorial Services in Canada were discontinued.

For police-reported crime rates per 100,000 population, the client will need to access two separate CANSIM tables. For data from 1977 to 1997, the information is contained in CANSIM table 252-0013 Crime statistics, by detailed offences. For data after 1997, the information is contained in CANSIM table 252-0051 Incident-based crime statistics, by detailed violations.

For expenditures on policing services, please see the following tables from the Juristat article Police Resources in Canada, 2013. Current and constant dollar expenditures on policing, Canada, 1986 to 2012 <>. Total expenditures on policing, current dollars, by province and territory, 2012 <>. Total expenditures on policing, constant dollars, by province or territory, 2002-2012 <>.

For expenditures on legal aid plans, please see CANSIM table 258-0007 Legal aid plan expenditures, by type of expenditure.
For expenditures on the adult correctional system, please see the following table from the Juristat article Admissions to adult correctional services in Canada, 2011/2012.

In regards to raw data, I do know that they were piloting access to administrative justice in the RDCs, but it is still in the pilot phase and not accepting new proposals.