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Law and Criminology: Empirically Based Research


This portal is designed to help new academics and students learn SPSS:

IBM SPSS Demos and Tutorials

Register with your University email but set a different password for helpful short video tutorials and guides on;

  • Importing Excel files
  • Running correlation coefficient
  • Using Custom Tables
  • Running Descriptive Statistics

and many more available from the portal above.

There are also SPSS books available to borrow from the library;

Welsh Statistics

Welsh Government Statistics Access to topic areas for the Welsh Government statistics

Statswales Freely available official data on Wales.

UK Statistics

Office for National Statistics: Crime and Justice Crime levels and trends for England and Wales

UK National Statistics Publication Hub   Gateway to UK National Statistics

National Statistics Online Access to UK official statistics (2008 onwards)

Neighbourhood Statistics Official UK government local statistics.  Reports available using postcode searches

IBIS World a great resource for company and industry sector information and statistics

International Statistics

European Union - Open Data Portal  Access to European Union data.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Statistics on drugs, crime and criminal justice at an international level

UK Data Service UK's Largest collection of UK and international social, economic and population data.

World Factbook Overview of all countries providing brief descriptions of many aspects including people, government, economy and transport.

Guide to freely available international data resources Links to official national, regional and international statistical websites.