But the 2006 Scottish crime survey found that only one in five "victims of force" by a partner had reported it.
What does SCS stand for?
SCS stands for Scottish Crime Survey (UK)
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We have 847 other meanings of SCS in our Acronym Attic
- Scheduling and Coordination System (Telcordia)
- School Crime Supplement
- School of Computer Science
- School of Contemporary Sciences (UK)
- School of Continuing Studies
- School of Creative Science (United Arab Emirates)
- Schouten Container Services (various locations)
- Science Commanding System
- Scientific Computing Support (various organizations)
- Scientific Council Summary Documents (NAFO)
- SCP Switching & Conferencing Subsystem
- SCS Global Services (formerly Scientific Certification Systems)
- Sea/Secondary Control Ship
- Second City Style (online magazine)
- Secondary Clear to Send
- Secondary Containment System
- Secondary Control Ship
- Secondary Coolant System
- Sector Controller Shelf
- Sectorized Cell Site (celluar tower)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most recent Scottish crime survey reveals that the biggest victims of crime are in fact young people.
THE Scottish Crime Survey sends a shiver down the spine.
The 2000 Scottish Crime Survey revealed nearly four in 10 Scots aged between 20 and 24 had tried drugs.
The 1996 Scottish Crime Survey, published yesterday, revealed 90 per cent of people questioned said crime was a serious problem.
The Scottish Crime Survey showed just over a quarter of Scots rated crime as a serious problem compared to 44 per cent at the time of the last survey in 1996.
I was heartened to see the latest Scottish Crime Survey reporting that the public's level of concern about crime has fallen.
After the Scottish Crime Survey revealed a 33 per cent increase in violence between 1995 and 1999, Wallace said: "There is an unacceptable culture of violence which links in with alcohol, drugs, domestic abuse and street crime.