University of Technology Sydney

98001 Crime Data: Analysis and Interpretation

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.


In this subject, students develop an understanding of how different methods of counting crime lead to different social, policy and cultural outcomes. Students learn the practical skills of data analysis, interpretation and presentation using real crime statistics and data sets and develop essential competencies in evaluation and data literacy. Students learn to connect data with the real-world phenomena they represent and grapple with the implications of how data is used in the context of crime and criminology.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus

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Access conditions

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