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By Catherine Elliott

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78 189, 191, 193, 194 s. 78(a) 189 s. 78(b) 189 s. 79 194 s. 79(2) 179 s. 79(8) 190 s. 79(8)(a)–(c) 190 Sched. 7 231 Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1976 s. 2 198 Suicide Act 1961 311 s. 2 294, 308, 401 Terrorism Act 2000 352 Theft Act 1968 207, 212–49, 251, 253, 286 s. 1 211, 223, 236, 246, 265, 363, 442 s. 1(1) 241 s. 2 243, 266 s. 2(1) 225, 226, 239, 247, 266 s. 2(1)(a) 229, 268 s. 2(1)(c) 244 s. 2(5) 267 s. 3 245 s. 3(1) 214, 218, 246, 250, 267, 270 s. 3(2) 214 s. 4 213, 215, 246, 440 s. 4(2) 213, 215, 246 s.

4(4) 214 s. 5 219, 247 s. 5(3) 220, 221, 247 s. 5(4) 220, 221, 247, 266, 267 s. 6 224, 225, 243, 244, 247 s. 6(1) 224, 225 s. 6(2) 225 s. 8 211, 227, 236, 247 s. 9 211, 231, 236, 263 s. 9(1)(a), (b) 231, 234, 236, 245, 247, 266, 268, 436 s. 9(2) 231, 233 s. 9(3) 232 s. 10 235, 236, 248, 436 s. 10(1)(a), (b) 235 s. 10(1)(c) 236 s. 10(2) 241 s. 10(2)(a)–(c) 241 s. 12 211, 240, 248, 441 s. 12(1) 240 s. 12A 240 s. 15 221–3, 239, 251 s. 15A 251 s. 16 251 s. 21 211, 238, 248 s. 21(a), (b) 238 s. 22 211, 239, 248, 266 s.

In cases of bribery and corruption, both parties may benefit, and both are liable to prosecution, so neither is likely to report the offence. Secondly, these crimes are frequently investigated not by the police, but by regulatory authorities such as the Health and Safety Executive, who, as a matter of policy, rely on persuasion rather than prosecution; the number of companies who need ‘persuading’ to stop breaking the law is not recorded in the criminal statistics. Statistics and conclusions These weaknesses of official statistics make them unreliable not only as a picture of current crime rates, but also for the purposes of comparison – which is a problem, given the huge media attention paid to such comparisons, and its influence on policy.

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