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The research reported here was part of a larger project supported by the Department of Justice Canada (Carrington and Schulenberg, 2003). Tim Leonard, in Policing Services, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, provided extremely helpful information on the UCR2 Survey, and general support for the research. The report has benefited from comments on previous drafts provided by Colin Babyak, Rick Bourassa, Robin Fitzgerald, David Gullickson, Mark Irving, Bob Kingsley, Tim Leonard, Jillian Oderkirk, Valerie Pottie Bunge, Roy Jones, and John Turner. The authors would like to extend a special thank you to Danielle Baum for her indispensable work in preparing the Manuscript.
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