Datasets from Financial Abuse of Older People in Northern Ireland: The Unsettling Truth

Data generated from interviews about Financial Abuse, with 1,025 older people aged 60 or over, in the respondents home between 27th January and 2nd March 2016. The survey asked 50+ questions, of which 29 were used to calculate a prevalence of Financial Abuse against older people.

The sample of older people was representative of the older population by age, gender, location (Council area), and quintile of deprivation. This survey also formed the basis of the "Levels of cold calls and scams of older people in Northern Ireland (December 2016)" report.

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Creation Date November 11, 2016, 15:56 (UTC)
Topic Category
  • Economy
  • Health
  • Society
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Data generated from interviews about Financial Abuse, with 1,025 older people aged 60 or over, in the respondents home between 27th January and 2nd March 2016.

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Contact Name Ben Harris
Contact Email Ben.Harris@copni.org
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The Commissioner's report, including a summary of the results and suggestions for future action, and the technical report which gives further detail about the results, is available on http://www.copni.org/publications/

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