The results of the first-ever EU-wide survey on crime victimisation are published

By February 23, 2021 February 24th, 2021 News

We are pleased to bring to your attention the results of the first-ever EU-wide survey on crime victimisation published yesterday by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.

The FRA survey details the experiences and opinions of 35,000 people from 29 countries. It gives the most detailed picture ever of crimes ranging from violence and harassment to burglary and online fraud.

FRA also breaks down the results by gender, age, income and educational level to help identify and support those most at risk.

Thanks to this valuable data, we will be able to advance in a more targeted manner with the actions under the EU Strategy on victims’ rights (2020-2025).

Download the report