FactCheck Q&A: Is violent crime getting worse in Victoria and do people feel less safe than ever?

Stuart Ross, Terrence Goldsworthy (Guest editor)

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Abstract

[Extract] Following a question on ABC TV’s Q&A program, Josh Frydenberg – who holds the inner Melbourne seat of Kooyong – said he thought people in his home state feel more unsafe than ever and that burglaries, assaults and murders were up year-on-year in that state.Is that right?
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 13 Feb 2017

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FactCheck Q&A : Is violent crime getting worse in Victoria and do people feel less safe than ever? / Ross, Stuart; Goldsworthy, Terrence (Guest editor).

In: The Conversation, 13.02.2017.

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