General Social Survey - Victimization (Canadians' Safety - Territories), 2014

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Relationship to Selected Respondent (RSR)

Relationship to Selected Respondent (RSR) - Question identifier:RSR_Q1

What is the relationship...

of: ^SPECRESPNAME2 (^SPECRESPAGE2, [Male/Female])

to you?

  • 01: ^DT_HUSBAND_WIFE
  • 02: Common-law partner
  • 03: ^DT_FATHER_MOTHER_C
  • 04: ^DT_SON_DAUGHTER_C (birth, adopted or step)
  • 05: ^DT_BROTHER_SISTER_C
  • 06: Foster ^DT_FATHER_MOTHER
  • 07: Foster ^DT_SON_DAUGHTER
  • 08: ^DT_GRAND_FATHER_MOTHER_C
  • 09: ^DT_GRAND_SON_DAUGHTER
  • 10: In-law
  • 11: Other related - Specify
  • 12: Unrelated - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Previous Marriage or Common-law relationship (PMC)

Previous Marriage or Common-law relationship (PMC) - Question identifier:PMC_Q10

Have you ever been [married or in a common-law relationship/in a previous marriage or common-law relationship]?

By "common-law" we mean partners living together as a couple without being legally married.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Ownership of Dwelling by Respondent (ODR)

Ownership of Dwelling by Respondent (ODR) - Question identifier:ODR_Q10

Is the dwelling you are living in...?

Read categories to respondent. If the respondent's household contains both owners and renters, such as a boarder, the dwelling should be considered owned.

  • 1: Owned by you or a member of your household, (even if it is still being paid for)
  • 2: Rented, even if no cash rent is paid
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Length of time Respondent has lived in Dwelling (LRD)

Length of time Respondent has lived in Dwelling (LRD) - Question identifier:LRD_Q10

How long have you lived in this dwelling?

  • 1: Less than 6 months
  • 2: 6 months to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year to less than 3 years
  • 4: 3 years to less than 5 years
  • 5: 5 years to less than 10 years
  • 6: 10 years and over
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Length of time Respondent has lived in Neighbourhood (LRN)

Length of time Respondent has lived in Neighbourhood (LRN) - Question identifier:LRN_Q10

How long have you lived in this neighbourhood?

  • 1: Less than 6 months
  • 2: 6 months to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year to less than 3 years
  • 4: 3 years to less than 5 years
  • 5: 5 years to less than 10 years
  • 6: 10 years and over
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Length of time Respondent has lived in city or local Community (LRC)

Length of time Respondent has lived in city or local Community (LRC) - Question identifier:LRC_Q20

How long have you lived in this city or local community?

  • 1: Less than 6 months
  • 2: 6 months to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year to less than 3 years
  • 4: 3 years to less than 5 years
  • 5: 5 years to less than 10 years
  • 6: 10 years and over
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Residential Mobility (MOB)

Residential Mobility (MOB) - Question identifier:MOB_Q010

In the last 5 years, how many times have you moved? Include all moves from one residence to another, even moves within the same city, town or community.

Min = 0; Max = 25

Questions about the Immediate Neighbourhood of respondent (QIN)

Questions about the Immediate Neighbourhood of respondent (QIN) - Question identifier:QIN_Q10

Would you say that you know...?

Read the categories to respondent.

  • 1: Most of the people in your neighbourhood
  • 2: Many of the people (in your neighbourhood)
  • 3: A few of the people (in your neighbourhood)
  • 4: None of the people in your neighbourhood
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Questions about the Immediate Neighbourhood of respondent (QIN) - Question identifier:QIN_Q20

Would you say this neighbourhood is a place where neighbours help each other?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Live in a Welcoming Community (LWC)

Live in a Welcoming Community (LWC) - Question identifier:LWC_Q10

In general, would you say that you live in a welcoming community?

A welcoming community is a community where you would not hesitate to participate in activities for fear of being harassed, ridiculed or discriminated against.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ)

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q110

In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem are:

noisy neighbours or loud parties?

Read the categories to respondent.

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q120

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem are:)

people hanging around on the streets?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q140

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem is:)

garbage or litter lying around?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q150

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem is:)

vandalism, graffiti and other deliberate damage to property or vehicles?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q160

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem are:)

people being attacked or harassed because of their skin colour, ethnic origin or religion?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q170

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem are:)

people using or dealing drugs?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Social Disorder Questions (SDQ) - Question identifier:SDQ_Q180

(In your neighbourhood, how much of a problem are:)

people being drunk or rowdy in public places?

  • 1: A big problem
  • 2: A moderate problem
  • 3: A small problem
  • 4: Not a problem at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Sense of Belonging (SBL)

Sense of Belonging (SBL) - Question identifier:SBL_Q100

How would you describe your sense of belonging to your local community? Is it...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very strong
  • 2: Somewhat strong
  • 3: Somewhat weak
  • 4: Very weak
  • 5: No opinion
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Isolation (ISL)

Isolation (ISL) - Question identifier:ISL_Q100

How many relatives and friends do you have who you feel close to, that is, who you feel at ease with, can talk to about what is on your mind, or call on for help? [Do not include those who live with you./EMPTY].

Min = 0; Max = 200

Relatives include all persons related by blood, marriage or adoption residing outside of the household. Include aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, etc.

Likelihood Neighbours would Call the Police (NCP)

Likelihood Neighbours would Call the Police (NCP) - Question identifier:NCP_Q10

How likely do you think it is that your neighbours would call the police:

if they heard or witnessed what seemed like criminal behaviour in your neighbourhood? Is it...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very likely
  • 2: Somewhat likely
  • 3: Somewhat unlikely
  • 4: Not at all likely
  • 5: Just moved into the area
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Likelihood Neighbours would Call the Police (NCP) - Question identifier:NCP_Q20

(How likely do you think it is that your neighbours would call the police:)

if they heard or witnessed family violence occurring in your home?

  • 1: Very likely
  • 2: Somewhat likely
  • 3: Somewhat unlikely
  • 4: Not at all likely
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Trust In People (TIP)

Trust In People (TIP) - Question identifier:TIP_Q10

Using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means 'Cannot be trusted at all' and 5 means 'Can be trusted a lot', how much do you trust each of the following groups of people:

people in your family?

  • 1: Cannot be trusted at all
  • 2: ...
  • 3: ...
  • 4: ...
  • 5: Can be trusted a lot
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Trust In People (TIP) - Question identifier:TIP_Q15

(Using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means 'Cannot be trusted at all' and 5 means 'Can be trusted a lot', how much do you trust each of the following groups of people:)

people in your neighbourhood?

  • 1: Cannot be trusted at all
  • 2: ...
  • 3: ...
  • 4: ...
  • 5: Can be trusted a lot
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Trust In People (TIP) - Question identifier:TIP_Q20

(Using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means 'Cannot be trusted at all' and 5 means 'Can be trusted a lot', how much do you trust each of the following groups of people:)

people you work with or go to school with?

  • 1: Cannot be trusted at all
  • 2: ...
  • 3: ...
  • 4: ...
  • 5: Can be trusted a lot
  • 6: Does not go to school nor works
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Trust In People (TIP) - Question identifier:TIP_Q25

(Using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means 'Cannot be trusted at all' and 5 means 'Can be trusted a lot', how much do you trust each of the following groups of people:)

strangers?

  • 1: Cannot be trusted at all
  • 2: ...
  • 3: ...
  • 4: ...
  • 5: Can be trusted a lot
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Neighbourhood Safety and Crime (NSC)

Neighbourhood Safety and Crime (NSC) - Question identifier:NSC_R10

Now, some general questions on crime and safety.

Press <1> to continue.

Neighbourhood Safety and Crime (NSC) - Question identifier:NSC_Q10

Compared to other areas in Canada, do you think your neighbourhood has a higher amount of crime, about the same or a lower amount of crime?

Neighbourhood refers to the area surrounding your home.

  • 1: Higher
  • 2: About the same
  • 3: Lower
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Neighbourhood Safety and Crime (NSC) - Question identifier:NSC_Q20

During the last 5 years, do you think that crime in your neighbourhood has increased, decreased or remained about the same?

  • 1: Increased
  • 2: Decreased
  • 3: About the same
  • 4: Just moved into the area / has not lived in neighbourhood long enough
  • 8: RF

Neighbourhood Safety and Crime (NSC) - Question identifier:NSC_Q30

How safe do you feel from crime walking alone in your area after dark? Do you feel...?

If respondent cannot walk, ask if they would go out in a wheelchair.

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very safe
  • 2: Reasonably safe
  • 3: Somewhat unsafe
  • 4: Very unsafe
  • 5: Do not walk alone
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Public Transportation in respondent's city/local community and Safety (PTS)

Public Transportation in respondent's city/local community and Safety (PTS) - Question identifier:PTS_Q10

Is there public transportation in your city or local community?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Public Transportation in respondent's city/local community and Safety (PTS) - Question identifier:PTS_Q30

While waiting for or using public transportation alone after dark, do you feel...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very worried
  • 2: Somewhat worried
  • 3: Not at all worried about your safety from crime
  • 4: Never use public transportation (after dark)
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Alone at Home in the Evening or at night (AHE)

Alone at Home in the Evening or at night (AHE) - Question identifier:AHE_Q10

When alone in your home in the evening or at night, do you feel...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very worried
  • 2: Somewhat worried
  • 3: Not at all worried about your safety from crime
  • 4: Never alone
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: Evenings Out (PEO)

Perceptions: Evenings Out (PEO) - Question identifier:PEO_Q110

On average, how many times a month do you go out during the evening:

to work, attend night classes, go to meetings or do volunteer work?

Min = 0; Max = 95

If respondent states "Less than once a month" enter "95". If the respondent says "Never" enter "0". If the respondent answers in weeks, multiply by four to convert that amount into times per month.

Perceptions: Evenings Out (PEO) - Question identifier:PEO_Q130

(On average, how many times a month do you go out during the evening:)

to go to bars, clubs or pubs?

Min = 0; Max = 95

If respondent states "Less than once a month" enter "95". If the respondent says "Never" enter "0". If the respondent answers in weeks, multiply by four to convert that amount into times per month.

Perceptions: Evenings Out (PEO) - Question identifier:PEO_Q180

(On average, how many times a month do you go out during the evening:)

to do other activities (such as go to restaurants, shop, practice sports or visit relatives or friends or anything that gets you to leave the house)?

Min = 0; Max = 95

If respondent states "Less than once a month" enter "95". If the respondent says "Never" enter "0". If the respondent answers in weeks, multiply by four to convert that amount into times per month.

Satisfaction with Personal Safety from crime (SPS)

Satisfaction with Personal Safety from crime (SPS) - Question identifier:SPS_Q10

In general, how satisfied are you with your personal safety from crime?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very satisfied
  • 2: Satisfied
  • 3: Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
  • 4: Dissatisfied
  • 5: Very dissatisfied
  • 6: No opinion
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC)

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q110

Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:

changed your routine, activities, or avoided certain people or places?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q120

(Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:)

installed new locks or security bars?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q130

(Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:)

installed burglar alarms, motion detector lights or a video surveillance system?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q140

(Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:)

taken a self-defence course?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q160

(Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:)

obtained a dog?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q180

(Have you ever done any of the following things to protect yourself or your property from crime? Have you ever:)

changed residence or moved?

Probe to be sure action was taken as a protection from crime.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q185

[Did you do this/Have you done any of these things] to protect yourself or your property from crime in the last 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Protection From Crime (PFC) - Question identifier:PFC_Q190

Which ones?

Mark all that apply.

  • 1: Changed your routine, activities, or avoided certain people or places
  • 2: Installed new locks or security bars
  • 3: Installed burglar alarms or motion detector lights or a video surveillance system
  • 4: Taken a self-defence course
  • 5: Obtained a dog
  • 6: Changed residence or moved
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC)

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q10

Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:

carry something to defend yourself or to alert other people?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.
Examples of things to defend yourself or to alert other people are: a whistle, a knife, pepper spray, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q20

(Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:)

when alone and returning to a parked car, check the back seat for intruders before getting into the car?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q30

(Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:)

plan your route with safety in mind?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q40

(Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:)

stay at home at night because you are afraid to go out alone?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q50

(Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:)

lock windows and doors at home?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Safer From Crime (SFC) - Question identifier:SFC_Q60

(Do you do any of the following things to make yourself safer from crime? Do you routinely:)

rather than walk, use your car, a taxi or public transportation for your personal safety?

Routinely means "most of the time" even if you occasionally forget.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP)

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_R110

The next questions deal with your perceptions about the work of the criminal justice system.

Press <1> to continue.

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q110

Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:

of enforcing the laws?

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q120

(Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:)

of promptly responding to calls?

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q130

(Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:)

of being approachable and easy to talk to?

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q140

(Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:)

of supplying information to the public on ways to prevent crime?

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q150

(Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:)

of ensuring the safety of the citizens in your area?

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: the RCMP detachment (PLP) - Question identifier:PLP_Q160

(Do you think the RCMP detachment in your community does a good job, an average job or a poor job:)

of treating people fairly?

'Treating people fairly' could be related to race, age, gender, or the severity of the offence, etc.

  • 1: Good job
  • 2: Average job
  • 3: Poor job
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Confidence In the Police (CIP)

Confidence In the Police (CIP) - Question identifier:CIP_Q10

How much confidence do you have in the police?

Is it...?

Read categories to respondent.

Exclude security guards, fire marshalls, by-law officers and all others who have no authority to make arrests.

  • 1: A great deal of confidence
  • 2: Some confidence
  • 3: Not very much confidence
  • 4: No confidence at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: Criminal Courts (PCC)

Perceptions: Criminal Courts (PCC) - Question identifier:PCC_Q145

How much confidence do you have in the Canadian Criminal courts?

Is it ...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: A great deal of confidence
  • 2: Some confidence
  • 3: Not very much confidence
  • 4: No confidence at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Perceptions: Criminal Courts (PCC) - Question identifier:PCC_Q160

Have you ever had contact with the Canadian Criminal courts?

"Canadian Criminal courts" refers to courts in Canada which deal with criminal incidents.

Exclude family and traffic courts.

Contact with a criminal court may be for any reason such as being a witness to a crime, a victim of a crime, having friends or family members charged with a crime or being on a jury.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP)

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q110

During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:

for a public information session?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q120

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

for a traffic violation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q140

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

as a witness to a crime?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q150

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

by being arrested?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q160

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

because of problems with your emotions, mental health or alcohol or drug use?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q170

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

because of a family member's emotional problems, mental health or alcohol or drug use?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact With the police (CWP) - Question identifier:CWP_Q180

(During the past 12 months, did you come into contact with the police:)

for any other reason?

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP)

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_R110A

The next questions ask about incidents which may have happened to you in Canada during the past 12 months.

Press <1> to continue.

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_R110B

Please include acts committed by both family and non-family members whether or not they were reported to the police.

Press <1> to continue.

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q110

During the past 12 months, did anyone deliberately damage or destroy any property belonging to you or anyone in your household, such as a window or a fence?

Record incidents of vandalism to a motor vehicle in question VSV_Q120.

Exclude damage to the halls or elevators or to the outside of an apartment building.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q115

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q120

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone take or try to take something from you by force or threat of force?

Record incidents of assault in question VSA_Q110, threats in question VSA_Q120 and sexual assaults in question VSA_Q130.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q125

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q130

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone illegally break into or attempt to break into your residence or any other building on your property?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q135

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q140

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, was/Was] anything of yours stolen from outside your home, such as yard furniture?

Record incidents of theft from work, school or other public place in VSP_Q150, theft from hotel, vacation home, cottage or while travelling in VSP_Q160 and motor vehicle theft in question VSV_Q110.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q145

How many times did this happen during the past 12 month?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q150

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, was/Was] anything of yours stolen from your place of work, from school or from a public place, such as a restaurant?

Probe to ensure property taken was their own personal property and not property belonging to their work place or school.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q155

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q160

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, was/Was] anything of yours stolen from a hotel, vacation home, cottage, car, truck or while travelling in Canada?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Property (VSP) - Question identifier:VSP_Q165

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV)

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q100

During the past 12 months, did you or anyone in your household have a motor vehicle, such as a car, truck or motorcycle?

Exclude short term rentals; for example, those used for short trips or weekends.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q110

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone steal or try to steal one of these vehicles or a part of one of them, such as a battery, hubcap or radio?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q115

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q120

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone deliberately damage one of these vehicles, such as slashing tires?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q125

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q130

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone steal or try to steal something else that belonged to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Vehicle (VSV) - Question identifier:VSV_Q135

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA)

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_R110

An attack can be anything from being threatened, hit, slapped, pushed or grabbed, to being shot or beaten.

Press <1> to continue.

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q110

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, were/Were] you attacked by anyone in the past 12 months?

Please exclude acts that may have been committed by a current or previous spouse or partner.

Remember that your answers are strictly confidential.

Record incidents of threats in question VSA_Q120 and sexual assaults in question VSA_Q130.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q115

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q120

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, did/Did] anyone threaten to hit or attack you, or threaten you with a weapon?

(Please exclude acts that may have been committed by a current or previous spouse or partner.

Remember that your answers are strictly confidential.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q125

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q130

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, has/Has] anyone forced you or attempted to force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

This includes acts by family and non-family but excludes acts that could involve current or previous spouses or common-law partners.

Remember that your answers are strictly confidential.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q135

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q140

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, has/Has] anyone ever touched you against your will in any sexual way? By this I mean anything from unwanted touching or grabbing, to kissing or fondling.

(Please exclude acts that may have been committed by a current or previous spouse or partner.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q145

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q150

[Excluding incidents already mentioned, has/Has] anyone subjected you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent. By this I mean were you drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically?

(Please exclude acts that may have been committed by a current or previous spouse or partner.

Remember that your answers are strictly confidential.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Assault (VSA) - Question identifier:VSA_Q155

How many times did this happen during the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Total (VST)

Criminal Victimization Screening: Total (VST) - Question identifier:VST_Q110

[Apart from what you have told me, were/Were] there any other crimes that happened to you during the past 12 months? ^DT_EXCLUDE_EInclude acts which may or may not have been reported to the police.

Exclude criminal harassment or stalking incidents. They will be collected in another section.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Criminal Victimization Screening: Total (VST) - Question identifier:VST_Q115

How many times did this happen?

Min = 1; Max = 95

Criminal Victimization Screening: Total (VST) - Question identifier:VST_Q200

I would like to confirm the crimes that you reported and that occurred on different occasions over the past 12 months. You said you were a victim of:

^DT_HhldDamage_E
^DT_TakeByForce_E
^DT_BreakAndEnt_E
^DT_OutsideHhld_E
^DT_PropertyStl_E
^DT_RobberyVaca_E
^DT_StolenVehic_E
^DT_DamageVehic_E
^DT_StolenOther_E
^DT_PhysicalAtt_E
^DT_Threat_E
^DT_SexualAssal_E
^DT_UnwantedSex_E
^DT_SexualnoConsent_E
^DT_OtherCrimeS_E

If changes are required, go back to appropriate questions and make the necessary corrections.

  • 1: Confirmed: Number of crime incidents is correct
  • 2: Incorrect

Criminal Victimization Screening: Total (VST) - Question identifier:VST_Q205

I need to confirm that you have NOT been a victim of a crime [by someone other than a current or previous spouse or common-law partner/BLANK]in the past 12 months.

If changes are required, go back to appropriate questions and make the necessary corrections.

  • 1: Confirmed: No crime incidents in the past 12 months
  • 2: Incorrect

Number of Years with spouse/Partner (YWP)

Number of Years with spouse/Partner (YWP) - Question identifier:YWP_R10

Now, some questions concerning your [spouse/partner].

Number of Years with spouse/Partner (YWP) - Question identifier:YWP_Q10

In what year did you start living together?

Min = 1921; Max = 2014

If the couple lived common-law before getting married, ask the respondent when they started living together. We want to know the total length of time that the couple has lived together.

Number of Years with spouse/Partner (YWP) - Question identifier:YWP_Q15

In what month?

  • 01: January
  • 02: February
  • 03: March
  • 04: April
  • 05: May
  • 06: June
  • 07: July
  • 08: August
  • 09: September
  • 10: October
  • 11: November
  • 12: December
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP)

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q210

I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:

tries to limit your contact with family or friends.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q220

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

puts you down or calls you names to make you feel bad.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q230

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

is jealous and doesn't want you to talk to other men or women.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q240

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

harms, or threatens to harm, someone close to you.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q245

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

harms or threatens to harm your pet(s).

If respondent answers <No>, confirm that no pets were harmed by the spouse/partner. If respondent says <No> because he/she does not have pets, then select <Not applicable>.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not applicable
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q250

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

demands to know who you are with and where you are at all times.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q260

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

damages or destroys your possessions or property.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q270

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

prevents you from knowing about or having access to the family income, even if you ask.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by spouse/Partner (EFP) - Question identifier:EFP_Q280

(I'm going to read a list of statements that some people have used to describe their [spouse/partner]. I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your [spouse/partner]. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. [He/She/He or she]:)

forces you to give [him/her/him or her] your money, possessions or property.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP)

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_R110

I'm going to ask you some questions concerning the serious problem of violence in the home. I'd like you to tell me if, in the past 5 years, your current [spouse/partner] has done any of the following to you. Your responses are important whether or not you have had any of these experiences. Remember that all information provided is strictly confidential.

Press <1> to continue.

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q110

During the past 5 years has your current [spouse/partner]:

threatened to hit you with [his/her/his or her] fist or anything else that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q120

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

thrown anything at you that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q130

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

pushed, grabbed or shoved you in a way that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q140

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

slapped you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q150

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

kicked you, bit you, or hit you with [his/her/his or her] fist?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q160

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

hit you with something that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q170

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

beaten you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q180

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

choked you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q190

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

used or threatened to use a gun or knife on you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q200

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

forced you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down, or hurting you in some way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual violence by spouse/Partner (PSP) - Question identifier:PSP_Q210

(During the past 5 years has [he/she/he or she]:)

subjected you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent. By this I mean were you drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Violence Towards others by current spouse/Partner (VTP)

Violence Towards others by current spouse/Partner (VTP) - Question identifier:VTP_Q10

In the past 5 years, has your current [spouse/partner] ever been physically or sexually violent:

towards anyone [else/BLANK] in the family?

Family includes all persons related by blood, marriage or adoption residing inside as well as outside of the household. It includes aunts, uncles, cousins, and in-laws, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Violence Towards others by current spouse/Partner (VTP) - Question identifier:VTP_Q20

In the past 5 years, has your current [spouse/partner] ever been physically or sexually violent:

towards anyone outside of the family?

"Outside of the family" includes all persons not related by blood, marriage or adoption residing in as well as outside of the household.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence with current spouse/Partner (NVP)

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence with current spouse/Partner (NVP) - Question identifier:NVP_Q10

You said yes to at least one of the previous questions concerning physical and sexual violence. During the past 5 years, has [he/she/he or she] been violent to you on more than 1 occasion?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence with current spouse/Partner (NVP) - Question identifier:NVP_Q20

How many different times did these things happen during the past 5 years?

  • 02: Two
  • 03: Three
  • 04: Four
  • 05: Five
  • 06: Six
  • 07: Seven
  • 08: Eight
  • 09: Nine
  • 10: Ten
  • 11: More than ten
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence with current spouse/Partner (NVP) - Question identifier:NVP_Q30

In what year did these incidents start to happen?

Min = 1921; Max = 2014

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence with current spouse/Partner (NVP) - Question identifier:NVP_Q40

How many of these incidents were in the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 995

Unwanted Sexual activity by current spouse/Partner (USP)

Unwanted Sexual activity by current spouse/Partner (USP) - Question identifier:USP_Q10

In how many of these ^NVP_Q40 incidents (during the past 12 months), did [he/she/he or she] force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

Min = 0; Max = 995

Unwanted Sexual activity by current spouse/Partner (USP) - Question identifier:USP_Q20

During this incident (in the past 12 months), did [he/she/he or she] force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Unwanted Sexual activity by current spouse/Partner (USP) - Question identifier:USP_Q30

In how many of these ^NVP_Q40 incidents (during the past 12 months), did [he/she/he or she] subject you to sexual activity to which you were not able to consent?

Min = 0; Max = 100

You were not able to consent because you were drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically.

Unwanted Sexual activity by current spouse/Partner (USP) - Question identifier:USP_Q40

During this incident (in the past 12 months), did [he/she/he or she] subject you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent?

You were not able to consent because you were drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with current spouse/Partner (MRP)

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with current spouse/Partner (MRP) - Question identifier:MRP_Q10

During what year and month did [this/the most recent] incident of physical or sexual violence happen?

Min = 2009; Max = 2014

Enter the year in which ^DT_THISTHE incident of physical or sexual violence took place.

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with current spouse/Partner (MRP) - Question identifier:MRP_Q20

(During what year and month did [this/the most recent] incident of physical or sexual violence happen?)

Enter the month where ^DT_THISTHE incident of physical or sexual violence took place.

  • 01: January
  • 02: February
  • 03: March
  • 04: April
  • 05: May
  • 06: June
  • 07: July
  • 08: August
  • 09: September
  • 10: October
  • 11: November
  • 12: December
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP)

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP) - Question identifier:IHP_Q10

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen before you were married or living common-law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP) - Question identifier:IHP_Q20

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen while you were married or living common-law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP) - Question identifier:IHP_Q30

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen while you were temporarily separated?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: No, never separated
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP) - Question identifier:IHP_Q40

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen while you were pregnant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with current spouse/Partner (IHP) - Question identifier:IHP_Q50

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] begin while you were pregnant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Contact in the past 5 years with a Previous spouse/partner (CFP)

Contact in the past 5 years with a Previous spouse/partner (CFP) - Question identifier:CFP_Q10

In the past 5 years, have you had any contact with a previous spouse or common-law partner?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX)

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX) - Question identifier:CWX_Q10

Did you and your ex-spouse(s) or ex-common-law partner(s) have any children together who are presently under the age of 18?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX) - Question identifier:CWX_Q20

How many children did you have (with your ex-spouse(s) or ex-common-law partner(s)), who are presently under the age of 18?

Min = 1; Max = 19

Count all the children (presently under the age of 18) that the respondent had with all their ex-spouses/ex-common-law partners if applicable.

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX) - Question identifier:CWX_Q30

What is [this child's/the children's] principal residence?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Respondent's home
  • 12: Ex-spouse/ex-common-law partner's home
  • 13: About the same amount of time at both parent's homes
  • 14: Somewhere else
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX) - Question identifier:CWX_Q40

How often does your ex-spouse(s)/ex-common-law partner(s) see [this child/these children]?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: At least once a week
  • 12: At least once every 2 weeks
  • 13: At least once a month
  • 14: A few times a year
  • 15: At least once a year
  • 16: Doesn't see the child but calls and/or sends letters, cards, gifts, etc.
  • 17: Has no contact with the child
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Children With EX-spouse/ex-partner who had contact with respondent in the last 5 years (CWX) - Question identifier:CWX_Q50

How often do you see [this child/these children]?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: At least once a week
  • 12: At least once every 2 weeks
  • 13: At least once a month
  • 14: A few times a year
  • 15: At least once a year
  • 16: Doesn't see the child but calls and/or sends letters, cards, gifts, etc.
  • 17: Has no contact with the child
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX)

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_R210A

Now a list of statements that some people have used to describe their previous spouse or partner.

Press <1> to continue.

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_R210B

Now a list of statements that may apply to your previous spouse or partner.

Press <1> to continue.

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q210

I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:

tried to limit your contact with family or friends.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q220

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

put you down or called you names to make you feel bad.

INTERVIEWER: If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q230

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

was jealous and didn't want you to talk to other men or women.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q240

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

harmed, or threatened to harm, someone close to you.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q245

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

harmed or threatened to harm your pet(s).

If respondent answers <No>, confirm that no pets were harmed by the ex-spouse/ex-partner. If respondent says <No> because he/she did not have pets, then select <Not applicable>.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not applicable
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q250

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

demanded to know who you were with and where you were at all times.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q260

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

damaged or destroyed your possessions or property.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q270

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

prevented you from knowing about or having access to the family income, even if you asked.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Emotional and Financial abuse by EX-spouse/ex-partner (EFX) - Question identifier:EFX_Q280

(I'd like you to tell me whether or not each statement describes your ex-spouse or ex-partner. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential. He or she:)

forced you to give him or her your money, possessions or property.

If necessary, confirm with respondent, if the statement above describes his or her ex-spouse/ex-partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX)

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_R110A

It is important to hear from people themselves if we are to understand the serious problem of violence in the home. I'm going to ask you some questions and I'd like you to tell me if, in the past 5 years, your previous spouse or partner did any of the following to you. Your responses are important whether or not you have had any of these experiences. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential.

Press <1> to continue.

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_R110B

The following questions refer to your previous spouse or partner. I'd like you to tell me if, in the past 5 years, your previous spouse or partner did any of the following to you. Again, your responses are important whether or not you have had any of these experiences. Please remember that all information provided is strictly confidential.

Press <1> to continue.

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q110

During the past 5 years did your previous spouse or partner:

threaten to hit you with his (her) fist or anything else that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q120

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

throw anything at you that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q130

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

push, grab or shove you in a way that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q140

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

slap you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q150

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

kick you, bite you or hit you with his (her) fist?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q160

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

hit you with something that could have hurt you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q170

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

beat you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q180

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

choke you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q190

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

use or threaten to use a gun or knife on you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q200

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Physical and Sexual Violence by EX-spouse/ex-partner (PSX) - Question identifier:PSX_Q210

(During the past 5 years did he or she:)

subject you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent. By this I mean were you drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Violence Towards others by EX-spouse/ex-partner (VTX)

Violence Towards others by EX-spouse/ex-partner (VTX) - Question identifier:VTX_Q10

In the past 5 years, has your ex-spouse/partner ever been physically or sexually violent:

towards anyone [else/BLANK] in the family?

Family includes all persons related by blood, marriage or adoption residing inside as well as outside of the household. It includes aunts, uncles, cousins, and in-laws, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Violence Towards others by EX-spouse/ex-partner (VTX) - Question identifier:VTX_Q20

In the past 5 years, has he(she) ever been physically or sexually violent:

towards anyone outside of the family?

"Outside of the family" includes all persons not related by blood, marriage or adoption residing in as well as outside of the household.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence by an EX-spouse/ex-partner (NVX)

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence by an EX-spouse/ex-partner (NVX) - Question identifier:NVX_Q10

You said yes to at least one of the previous questions concerning physical and sexual violence. During the past 5 years, has he (she) been violent to you on more than 1 occasion?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence by an EX-spouse/ex-partner (NVX) - Question identifier:NVX_Q20

How many different times did these things happen during the past 5 years?

  • 02: Two
  • 03: Three
  • 04: Four
  • 05: Five
  • 06: Six
  • 07: Seven
  • 08: Eight
  • 09: Nine
  • 10: Ten
  • 11: More than ten
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence by an EX-spouse/ex-partner (NVX) - Question identifier:NVX_Q30

In what year did these incidents start to happen?

Min = 1921; Max = 2014

Number of incidents of physical and sexual Violence by an EX-spouse/ex-partner (NVX) - Question identifier:NVX_Q40

How many of these were in the past 12 months?

Min = 0; Max = 995

Unwanted Sexual activity by EX-spouse/ex-partner (USX)

Unwanted Sexual activity by EX-spouse/ex-partner (USX) - Question identifier:USX_Q10

In how many of these ^NVX_Q40 incidents (during the past 12 months), did he (she) force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

Min = 0; Max = 995

Unwanted Sexual activity by EX-spouse/ex-partner (USX) - Question identifier:USX_Q20

During this incident (in the past 12 months), did he (she) force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Unwanted Sexual activity by EX-spouse/ex-partner (USX) - Question identifier:USX_Q30

In how many of these ^NVX_Q40 incidents (during the past 12 months), did he (she) subject you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent?

Min = 0; Max = 100

You were not able to consent because you were drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically.

Unwanted Sexual activity by EX-spouse/ex-partner (USX) - Question identifier:USX_Q40

During this incident (in the past 12 months), did he (she) subject you to a sexual activity to which you were not able to consent?

You were not able to consent because you were drugged, intoxicated, manipulated or forced in other ways than physically.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with EX-spouse/ex-partner (MRX)

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with EX-spouse/ex-partner (MRX) - Question identifier:MRX_Q10

During what year and month did [this/the most recent] incident of physical or sexual violence happen?

Min = 2009; Max = 2014

Enter the year in which ^DT_THISTHE incident of physical or sexual violence took place.

Most Recent incident of physical or sexual violence with EX-spouse/ex-partner (MRX) - Question identifier:MRX_Q20

(During what year and month did [this/the most recent] incident of physical or sexual violence happen?)

Enter the month in which ^DT_THISTHE incident of physical or sexual violence took place.

  • 01: January
  • 02: February
  • 03: March
  • 04: April
  • 05: May
  • 06: June
  • 07: July
  • 08: August
  • 09: September
  • 10: October
  • 11: November
  • 12: December
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX)

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q10

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen while you were living together?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q20

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen while you were pregnant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q30

Did these incidents begin while you were pregnant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q40

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] (in the past 5 years) happen after you split up?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q45

Of [these ^piNVX_Q20 incidents/these incidents], how many happened after you split up?

Min = 1; Max = 100

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q50

How long were you separated when the violence occurred?

  • 1: Less than 1 week
  • 2: 1 week to less than 1 month
  • 3: 1 to 6 months
  • 4: More than 6 months
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Information about incident that Happened in the past 5 years with EX-spouse/ex-partner (IHX) - Question identifier:IHX_Q60

Do you think it increased after you split up (in frequency or intensity)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI)

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_R110A

You said that during the past 5 years your current [spouse/partner] was violent.

Press <1> to continue.

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_R110B

We will now return to some questions concerning the violence you experienced during the past 5 years by your current [spouse/partner].

Press <1> to continue.

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q110

During [EMPTY/any of] [this incident/these incidents], were you ever physically injured in any way, for example bruises, cuts, broken bones or other types of injury?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q111

What were your injuries? Were they:

bruises?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q112

(What were your injuries? Were they:)

cuts, scratches or burns?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q117

(What were your injuries? Were they:)

any other type of injury?

Example : fractures, broken bones, miscarriage, or internal injuries.

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q120

Did any of the incidents in which you were injured happen in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner Abuse Injuries (SAI) - Question identifier:SAI_Q125

During [this incident/these incidents] was your [spouse/partner] drinking?

Select <yes> if the respondent says usually or during more than half of the incidents.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Does not drink
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Medical Attention (SMA)

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Medical Attention (SMA) - Question identifier:SMA_Q10

During the past 5 years, did you ever receive any medical attention from a doctor or a nurse for your injuries?

Include medical attention received immediately after the attack as well as any medical attention received as a result of the injuries.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (STO)

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (STO) - Question identifier:STO_Q10

As a result of the violence and excluding any time you may have spent in a hospital or a health center did you, during the past 5 years, ever have to stay in bed for all or most of the day?

Include time spent in bed for injuries as well as for stress reasons.

Most of a day means at least 6 hours over and above the time the respondent normally spends sleeping.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (STO) - Question identifier:STO_Q15

For how many days in total?

Min = 1; Max = 995

Count each day the respondent spent at least 6 hours in bed over and above the time he/she normally spends sleeping.

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (STO) - Question identifier:STO_Q20

During the past 5 years, did you ever have to take time off from your everyday activities because of what happened to you other than the time you may have spent in a hospital or a health center or in bed?

Select <Yes> if the respondent's everyday activities were disrupted for at least 6 hours.

Could include activities such as working at a paid job or business, looking for paid work, going to school, caring for children, household work, retirement.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (STO) - Question identifier:STO_Q25

In total, how many days did you take off?

Min = 1; Max = 995

If respondent was never able to go back to their everyday activities, provide an estimate of the number of days since the incident.

Never being able to go back to their everyday activities must be as a permanent consequence of the incident, not a choice.

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (SOH)

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (SOH) - Question identifier:SOH_Q10

During the past 5 years, was anyone else ever harmed or threatened during [this incident/these incidents]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (SOH) - Question identifier:SOH_Q15

How many persons?

Min = 1; Max = 95

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (SOH) - Question identifier:SOH_Q20

[Was this person/Were any of these people] (harmed or threatened) under 15 years of age?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (SOH) - Question identifier:SOH_Q25

How many persons?

Min = 1; Max = 95

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI)

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI) - Question identifier:SOI_Q10

During the past 5 years, did any of the children in your household see or hear [this incident/any of these incidents]?

Exclude friends, playmates or distant relatives.

  • 1: Yes/think so
  • 2: No/don't think so
  • 3: No children at the time
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI) - Question identifier:SOI_Q15

Were child protective services involved?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI) - Question identifier:SOI_Q20

During the past 5 years, did you ever fear that your life was in danger because of your [spouse/partner]'s violent or threatening behaviour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI) - Question identifier:SOI_Q25

(During the past 5 years), were you ever separated because of your [spouse/partner]'s violent or threatening behaviour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse injuries - Other information (SOI) - Question identifier:SOI_Q27

How many times?

Min = 1; Max = 90

Spouse/partner abuse violence - Police Learned about violence (SPL)

Spouse/partner abuse violence - Police Learned about violence (SPL) - Question identifier:SPL_Q10

Did the police ever find out about the violence (in any way)?

If the respondent or the respondent's spouse/partner or a member of the household is a police officer, select <Yes> only if it was reported to the police.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse violence - Police Learned about violence (SPL) - Question identifier:SPL_Q20

Did they find out about it in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse violence - Police Learned about violence (SPL) - Question identifier:SPL_Q30

How did they learn about it? Was it from you or some other way?

  • 1: Respondent
  • 2: Some other way
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spouse/partner abuse violence - Police Learned about violence (SPL) - Question identifier:SPL_Q40

How many times was [he/she/he or she] violent toward you before the police learned about it?

Min = 1; Max = 100

Spousal/partner abuse - Report to Police (SRP)

Spousal/partner abuse - Report to Police (SRP) - Question identifier:SRP_Q110

Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:

to stop it or receive protection[ for yourself and for your child/ for yourself and for your children/EMPTY]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Report to Police (SRP) - Question identifier:SRP_Q120

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

to arrest and punish your [spouse/partner]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Report to Police (SRP) - Question identifier:SRP_Q130

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

because you felt it was your duty to notify police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Report to Police (SRP) - Question identifier:SRP_Q140

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

on the recommendation of someone else?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT)

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q10

What action did the police take? Did they:

visit the scene?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q20

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

make a report or conduct an investigation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q30

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

give a warning to your [spouse/partner]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q40

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

arrest or take your [spouse/partner] away?

"Take away" means to physically separate both spouses/partners. For instance driving the spouse to a parent's or friend's house, a hotel, a shelter.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q45

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

arrest or take you away?

"Take away" means to physically separate both spouses/partners. For instance driving the respondent to a parent's or friend's house, a hotel, a shelter.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q50

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

lay charges against your [spouse/partner]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q55

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

lay charges against you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Action Taken by police (SAT) - Question identifier:SAT_Q60

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

take any other action?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Restraining Order or protective order against current spouse/partner (SRO)

Spousal/partner abuse - Restraining Order or protective order against current spouse/partner (SRO) - Question identifier:SRO_Q10

Was there ever any kind of restraining, protective or no contact order against your [spouse/partner]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Satisfaction with Actions taken by police (SSA)

Spousal/partner abuse - Satisfaction with Actions taken by police (SSA) - Question identifier:SSA_Q10

Overall, how satisfied were you with the actions that the police took? Were you...?

Read categories to respondent.
Refers to all incidents reported to the police.

  • 1: Very satisfied
  • 2: Somewhat satisfied
  • 3: Somewhat dissatisfied
  • 4: Very dissatisfied
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Satisfaction with Actions taken by police (SSA) - Question identifier:SSA_Q20

Is there anything (else) they should have done to help you?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Remove spouse/ partner from the house
  • 12: Arrest spouse/partner
  • 13: Charge spouse/ partner
  • 14: Respond more quickly
  • 15: Refer/take you to a support service
  • 16: Relocate you
  • 17: Take you to hospital
  • 18: Be more supportive/sympathetic
  • 19: Other - Specify
  • 95: No/nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Threatening Behaviour from spouse/partner after police involvement (STB)

Spousal/partner abuse - Threatening Behaviour from spouse/partner after police involvement (STB) - Question identifier:STB_Q10

After the police were involved, did your [spouse/partner]'s violent or threatening behaviour towards you...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Increase
  • 2: Decrease or stop
  • 3: Stay the same
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN)

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q10

I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:

because of fear of revenge by your [spouse/partner]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q15

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you were afraid child protection / child welfare agencies would take your [children/child] away from you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q20

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because there was a lack of evidence?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q25

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have considered the incident important enough?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q30

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have been efficient or effective?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q35

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you received unsatisfactory service in the past?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q45

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because dealing with the police could have caused you trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q50

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want to get your [spouse/partner] in trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q55

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want the hassle of dealing with the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q60

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you were afraid reporting it to the police would bring shame and dishonour to the family?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q65

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because your family prevented you from contacting the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q70

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you considered the incident a private or personal matter and handled it informally?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q75

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want others to find out about the victimization (including didn't want publicity or news coverage)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q80

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the crime was minor and not worth taking the time to report?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q85

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no one was harmed?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q90

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no harm was intended?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q95

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you didn't think your [spouse/partner] would be convicted or adequately punished?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q100

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you feared or did not want the hassle of dealing with the court process?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q105

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would be biased?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q110

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because it was reported to another official?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q115

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

for some other reason, not already mentionned?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Reasons Not Reporting (SRN) - Question identifier:SRN_Q120

What was the main reason why you didn't contact the police?

  • 01: Fear of revenge by ^DT_MSTATUS_E
  • 02: Afraid child protection/welfare agencies would take away children
  • 03: Lack of evidence
  • 04: Police would not consider incident important enough
  • 05: Police would not be efficient/effective
  • 06: Police service unsatisfactory in the past
  • 07: Would cause trouble with the law for respondent
  • 08: Don't want ^DT_MSTATUS_E to be in trouble with the law
  • 09: Did not want hassle of dealing with police
  • 10: Would cause shame or dishonour to family
  • 11: Prevented by family
  • 12: Incident a private or personal matter. Handled informally
  • 13: Do not want others to find out (publicity / news coverage)
  • 14: Crime minor, not important enough to respondent
  • 15: No one harmed
  • 16: No harm intended
  • 17: Didn't think ^DT_MSTATUS_E would be convicted or adequately punished
  • 18: Fear of court process
  • 19: Thought police would be biased
  • 20: Reported to other official
  • 21: ^SRN_S115
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA)

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q110

Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:

a family member?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q120

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a friend or neighbour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q130

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a co-worker?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q140

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a doctor or nurse?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q150

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a lawyer?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q160

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a priest, rabbi, imam, elder or another spiritual advisor?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the violence (STA) - Question identifier:STA_Q180

Did the police or anyone else provide you with information about services for victims in your community?

Probe respondent to find out who provided them with the information.

  • 1: Yes, the police
  • 2: Yes, someone else
  • 3: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Contact with Services (SCS)

Spousal/partner abuse - Contact with Services (SCS) - Question identifier:SCS_Q110

During the past 5 years, did you ever contact or use any of the following services for help because of the violence, such as:

a crisis centre or crisis line, a victim service or a victim witness assistance program, a counsellor, a psychologist or a social worker, a community, family, ethnic or cultural centre, a shelter or transition house, a [women's/men's] centre[, a seniors' centre/EMPTY] or support group?

Victim services include providing general information about the justice system, referrals, assistance with court, help preparing victim impact statements, offering case-specific information, emotional support and providing information to help victims recover financial losses resulting from the crime.

See help screen for examples and notes per province.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Contact with Services (SCS) - Question identifier:SCS_Q170B

Did you contact any of these services in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Contact with Services (SCS) - Question identifier:SCS_Q180

Is there any reason why you didn't use any of these services?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Didn't know of any services
  • 12: None available
  • 13: Waiting list
  • 14: Too minor
  • 15: Shame/embarrassment
  • 16: Wouldn't be believed
  • 17: Spouse/ partner prevented me
  • 18: Distance from service
  • 19: Fear of losing financial support
  • 20: Fear of losing the children
  • 21: Didn't want relationship to end
  • 22: Didn't want/need help
  • 23: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA)

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA) - Question identifier:SEA_Q10

At the time of [this incident/these incidents], how did [this experience/these experiences] affect you emotionally?

Mark all that apply.

This question refers to emotional consequences. Do not include physical injury, financial loss or medical treatment.

  • 11: Not at all
  • 12: Not much
  • 13: Angry
  • 14: Upset, confused, frustrated
  • 15: Fearful
  • 16: More cautious/aware
  • 17: Shock/disbelief
  • 18: Hurt/disappointment
  • 19: Victimized
  • 20: Sleeping problems
  • 21: Depression/anxiety attacks
  • 22: Ashamed/guilty
  • 23: Afraid for children
  • 24: Annoyed
  • 25: Lowered self esteem
  • 26: Increased self-reliance
  • 27: Problems relating to men/women
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA) - Question identifier:SEA_Q20

Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:

had nightmares about it or thought about it when you did not want to?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA) - Question identifier:SEA_Q30

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

tried hard not to think about it or went out of your way to avoid situations that reminded you of it?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA) - Question identifier:SEA_Q40

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

felt constantly on guard, watchful, or easily startled?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Spousal/partner abuse - Impact on respondent (SEA) - Question identifier:SEA_Q50

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

felt numb or detached from others, activities, or your surroundings?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI)

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_R110

You said that during the past 5 years your ex-spouse or ex-partner was violent.

Press <1> to continue.

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q110

During [BLANK/any of] [this incident/these incidents] were you ever physically injured in any way, for example bruises, cuts, broken bones or other types of injury?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q111

What were your injuries? Were they:

bruises?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q112

(What were your injuries? Were they:)

cuts, scratches or burns?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q117

(What were your injuries? Were they:)

any other type of injury?

Example : fractures, broken bones, miscarriage, or internal injuries.

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q119

Did [this incident/these incidents] in which you were injured happen before or after the separation?

  • 1: Before
  • 2: After
  • 3: Before and after
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q120

Did any of these incidents in which you were injured happen in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner Abuse Injuries (XAI) - Question identifier:XAI_Q125

During [this incident/these incidents] was your ex-spouse or ex-partner drinking?

Select "Yes" if the respondent says usually or during more than half of the incidents.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Does not drink
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Medical Attention (XMA)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Medical Attention (XMA) - Question identifier:XMA_Q10

During the past 5 years, did you ever receive any medical attention from a doctor or a nurse for your injuries?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (XTO)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (XTO) - Question identifier:XTO_Q10

As a result of the violence and excluding any time you may have spent in a hospital or a health center did you, during the past 5 years, ever have to stay in bed for all or most of the day?

Include time spent in bed for injuries as well as for stress reasons.

Most of a day means at least 6 hours over and above the time the respondent normally spends sleeping.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (XTO) - Question identifier:XTO_Q15

For how many days in total?

Min = 1; Max = 995

Count each day the respondent spent at least 6 hours in bed over and above the time he/she normally spends sleeping.

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (XTO) - Question identifier:XTO_Q20

During the past 5 years, did you ever have to take time off from your everyday activities because of what happened to you other than the time you may have spent in a hospital or a health center or in bed??

Select "Yes" if the respondent's everyday activities were disrupted for at least 6 hours.

Could include activities such as working at a paid job or business, looking for paid work, going to school, caring for children, household work, retirement.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Time Off due to injuries (XTO) - Question identifier:XTO_Q25

In total, how many days did you take off?

Min = 1; Max = 995

If respondent was never able to go back to their everyday activities, provide an estimate of the number of days since the incident.

Never being able to go back to their everyday activities must be as a permanent consequence of the incident, not a choice.

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (XOH)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (XOH) - Question identifier:XOH_Q10

During the past 5 years, was anyone else ever harmed or threatened during [this incident/these incidents]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (XOH) - Question identifier:XOH_Q15

How many persons?

Min = 1; Max = 95

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (XOH) - Question identifier:XOH_Q20

[Was this person/Were any of these people] (harmed or threatened) under 15 years of age?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other persons Harmed (XOH) - Question identifier:XOH_Q25

How many persons?

Min = 1; Max = 95

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other information (XOI)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other information (XOI) - Question identifier:XOI_Q10

During the past 5 years, did any of the children in your household see or hear [this incident/any of these incidents]?

Exclude friends, playmates or distant relatives.

  • 1: Yes/think so
  • 2: No/don't think so
  • 3: No children at the time
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other information (XOI) - Question identifier:XOI_Q15

Were ^DT_DPJCPS involved?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse injuries - Other information (XOI) - Question identifier:XOI_Q20

(During the past 5 years), did you ever fear that your life was in danger because of your ex-spouse or ex-partner's violent or threatening behaviour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q10

Did the police ever find out about the violence (in any way)?

If the respondent or the respondent's ex-spouse/ex-partner or a member of the household is a police officer, select <Yes> only if it was reported to the police.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q20

Did they find out about it in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q30

How did they learn about it? Was it from you or some other way?

If respondent answers both himself/herself and some other way - enter <Respondent>.

  • 1: Respondent
  • 2: Some other way
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q40

How many times was he (she) violent toward you before the police learned about it?

Min = 1; Max = 100

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q50

Had the police been made aware of incidents that have occurred after the separation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Police Learned about violence (XPL) - Question identifier:XPL_Q60

Has the police been contacted for incidents that had happened before the separation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Report to Police (XRP)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Report to Police (XRP) - Question identifier:XRP_Q110

Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:

to stop it or receive protection[ for yourself and for your child/ for yourself and for your children/EMPTY]?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Report to Police (XRP) - Question identifier:XRP_Q120

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

to arrest and punish your ex-spouse or ex-partner?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Report to Police (XRP) - Question identifier:XRP_Q130

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

because you felt it was your duty to notify police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Report to Police (XRP) - Question identifier:XRP_Q140

(Did you report the violence to the police for any of the following reasons:)

on the recommendation of someone else?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q10

What action did the police take? Did they:

visit the scene?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q20

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

make a report or conduct an investigation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q30

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

give a warning to your ex-spouse or ex-partner?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q40

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

arrest or take your ex-spouse or ex-partner away?

"Take away" means to physically separate both ex-spouses or ex-partners. For instance driving the ex-spouse or ex-partner to a parent's or friend's house, a hotel, a shelter.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q45

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

arrest or take you away?

"Take away" means to physically separate both ex-spouses or ex-partners. For instance driving the respondent to a parent's or friend's house, a hotel, a shelter.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q50

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

lay charges against your ex-spouse or ex-partner?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q55

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

lay charges against you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Action Taken by police (XAT) - Question identifier:XAT_Q60

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

take any other action?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Restraining Order or protective order against current ex-spouse/ex-partner (XRO)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Restraining Order or protective order against current ex-spouse/ex-partner (XRO) - Question identifier:XRO_Q10

Was there ever any kind of restraining order, protective or no contact order against him(her)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Satisfaction with actions taken by police (XSA)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Satisfaction with actions taken by police (XSA) - Question identifier:XSA_Q10

Overall, how satisfied were you with the actions that the police took? Were you...?

Read categories to respondent.
Refers to all incidents reported to the police.

  • 1: Very satisfied
  • 2: Somewhat satisfied
  • 3: Somewhat dissatisfied
  • 4: Very dissatisfied
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Satisfaction with actions taken by police (XSA) - Question identifier:XSA_Q20

Is there anything (else) they should have done to help you?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Remove ex-spouse/ex-partner from the house
  • 12: Arrest ex-spouse/ex-partner
  • 13: Charge ex-spouse/ex-partner
  • 14: Respond more quickly
  • 15: Refer/take you to a support service
  • 16: Relocate you
  • 17: Take you to hospital
  • 18: Be more supportive/sympathetic
  • 19: Other - Specify
  • 95: No/nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Threatening Behaviour from ex-spouse/ex-partner after police involvement (XTB)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Threatening Behaviour from ex-spouse/ex-partner after police involvement (XTB) - Question identifier:XTB_Q10

After the police were involved, did your ex-spouse or ex-partner's violent or threatening behaviour towards you...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Increase
  • 2: Decrease or stop
  • 3: Stay the same
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q10

I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:

because of fear of revenge by your ex-spouse/ex-partner?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q15

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you were afraid child protection / child welfare agencies would take your [children/child] away from you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q20

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because there was a lack of evidence?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q25

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have considered the incident important enough?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q30

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have been efficient or effective?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q35

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you received unsatisfactory service in the past?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q45

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because dealing with the police could have caused you trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q50

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want to get your ex-spouse or ex-partner in trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q55

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want the hassle of dealing with the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q60

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you were afraid reporting it to the police would bring shame and dishonour to the family?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q65

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because your family prevented you from contacting the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q70

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you considered the incident a private or personal matter and handled it informally?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q75

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want others to find out about the victimization (including didn't want publicity or news coverage)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q80

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the crime was minor and not worth taking the time to report?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q85

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no one was harmed?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q90

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no harm was intended?

Examples: minor crime, no intended harm, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q95

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you didn't think your ex-spouse/ex-partner would be convicted or adequately punished?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q100

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you feared or did not want the hassle of dealing with the court process?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q105

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would be biased?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q110

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because it was reported to another official?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q115

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

for some other reason, not already mentioned?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Reasons for Not contacting the police (XRN) - Question identifier:XRN_Q120

What was the main reason why you didn't contact the police?

  • 01: Fear of revenge by ex-spouse/ex-partner
  • 02: Afraid child protection/ welfare agencies would take away children
  • 03: Lack of evidence
  • 04: Police would not consider incident important enough
  • 05: Police would not be efficient/effective
  • 06: Police service unsatisfactory in the past
  • 07: Would cause trouble with the law for respondent
  • 08: Don't want ex-partner/ex-spouse to be in trouble with the law
  • 09: Did not want hassle of dealing with police
  • 10: Would cause shame or dishonour to family
  • 11: Prevented by family
  • 12: Incident a private or personal matter. Handled informally
  • 13: Do not want others to find out (publicity / news coverage)
  • 14: Crime minor, not important enough to respondent
  • 15: No one harmed
  • 16: No harm intended
  • 17: Didn't think ex-spouse/ex-partner would be convicted or adequately punished
  • 18: Fear of court process
  • 19: Thought police would be biased
  • 20: Reported to other official
  • 21: ^XRN_S115
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q110

Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:

family?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q120

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a friend or neighbour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q130

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a co-worker?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q140

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a doctor or nurse?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q150

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a lawyer?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q160

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone else about [this incident/these incidents], such as:)

a priest, rabbi, imam, elder or another spiritual advisor?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Talk to Anyone about the incident (XTA) - Question identifier:XTA_Q180

Did the police or anyone else provide you with information about services for victims in your community?

  • 1: Yes, the police
  • 2: Yes, someone else
  • 3: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Contact with Services (XCS)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Contact with Services (XCS) - Question identifier:XCS_Q110

During the past 5 years, did you ever contact or use any of the following services for help because of the violence, such as:

a crisis centre or crisis line, a victim service or a victim witness assistance program, a counsellor, a psychologist or a social worker, a community, family, ethnic or cultural centre, a shelter or transition house, a [women's/men's] centre[, a seniors' centre/EMPTY] or support group?

Victim services include providing general information about the justice system, referrals, assistance with court, help preparing victim impact statements, offering case-specific information, emotional support and providing information to help victims recover financial losses resulting from the crime.

See help screen for examples and notes per province.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Contact with Services (XCS) - Question identifier:XCS_Q170B

Did you contact any of these services in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Contact with Services (XCS) - Question identifier:XCS_Q180

Is there any reason why you didn't use any of these services?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Didn't know of any services
  • 12: None available
  • 13: Waiting list
  • 14: Too minor
  • 15: Shame/embarrassment
  • 16: Wouldn't be believed
  • 17: Spouse/ partner prevented me
  • 18: Distance from service
  • 19: Fear of losing financial support
  • 20: Fear of losing the children
  • 21: Didn't want relationship to end
  • 22: Didn't want/need help
  • 23: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA)

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA) - Question identifier:XEA_Q10

At the time of [this incident/these incidents], how did [this experience/these experiences] affect you emotionally?

Mark all that apply.

This question refers to emotional consequences.
Do not include physical injury, financial loss or medical treatment.

  • 11: Not at all
  • 12: Not much
  • 13: Angry
  • 14: Upset, confused, frustrated
  • 15: Fearful
  • 16: More cautious/aware
  • 17: Shock/disbelief
  • 18: Hurt/disappointment
  • 19: Victimized
  • 20: Sleeping problems
  • 21: Depression/anxiety attacks
  • 22: Ashamed/guilty
  • 23: Afraid for children
  • 24: Annoyed
  • 25: Lowered self esteem
  • 26: Increased self-reliance
  • 27: Problems relating to men/women
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA) - Question identifier:XEA_Q20

Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:

had nightmares about it or thought about it when you did not want to?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA) - Question identifier:XEA_Q30

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

tried hard not to think about it or went out of your way to avoid situations that reminded you of it?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA) - Question identifier:XEA_Q40

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

felt constantly on guard, watchful, or easily startled?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

EX-spousal/ex-partner abuse - Impact on respondent (XEA) - Question identifier:XEA_Q50

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the violence you experienced. In the past month, have you:)

felt numb or detached from others, activities, or your surroundings?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Incident report tables (IRT)

Incident report tables (IRT) - Question identifier:IRT_R100

Now some questions to collect more information on this crime/all of these crimes. Some of these questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Press <1> to continue.

Incident report tables (IRT) - Question identifier:IRT_Q100

You mentioned earlier that, in the past 12 months, you were the victim of:

^DT_HhldDamage_E
^DT_TakeByForce_E
^DT_BreakAndEnt_E
^DT_OutsideHhld_E
^DT_PropertyStl_E
^DT_RobberyVaca_E
^DT_StolenVehic_E
^DT_DamageVehic_E
^DT_StolenOther_E
^DT_PhysicalAtt_E
^DT_Threat_E
^DT_SexualAssal_E
^DT_UnwantedSex_E
^DT_SexualnoConsent_E
^DT_OtherCrimeS_E

Now some questions to collect more information on this crime/all of these crimes. Some of these questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

If changes are required, go back to appropriate questions and make the necessary corrections.

  • 1: Confirmed: Number of crime incidents is correct
  • 2: Incorrect
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR)

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_R010

We will now be collecting information on another crime.

Press <1> to continue.

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q010

In what month were you the victim of ^DT_CIR_D010_E?

  • 00: Not in the past 12 months
  • 01: January
  • 02: February
  • 03: March
  • 04: April
  • 05: May
  • 06: June
  • 07: July
  • 08: August
  • 09: September
  • 10: October
  • 11: November
  • 12: December
  • 95: Duplicate of incident already reported
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q015

Did this happen in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes (will continue with incident report)
  • 2: No
  • 3: Yes, but refuses to talk about incident
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q090

Were you present at any time during the incident?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q100

Did the person(s) who committed the act have a weapon, such as a gun or knife or something he/she was using as a weapon, such as a rock or bottle?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q110

An assault can be anything from being hit, slapped, grabbed or knocked down, to being shot, or beaten. This can also include forced sexual activity and unwanted sexual touching or grabbing. In this incident, were you assaulted in any physical or sexual way?

Enter "Yes" if something was thrown at them or if they were shot at but not hit.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q120

Did the person(s) threaten you with physical harm in any way?

Physical threats may have been made even if the respondent was not present when the incident occurred. For example, personal belongings may have been damaged or animals belonging to respondent may have been injured in order to threaten respondent.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q150

How were you assaulted?

Mark all that apply.
Probe for multiple answers.

Remember that an assault can include any type of physical or sexual assault, such as being slapped, beaten or being forced into sexual activity or being touched or grabbed in a sexual way.

  • 11: Forced or attempted forced sexual assault by being threatened, held down or hurt in some way
  • 12: Unwanted sexual touching, grabbing, kissing or fondling
  • 13: Shot, knifed or hit with object held in hand
  • 14: Hit, kicked, slapped, knocked down
  • 15: Grabbed, held, tripped, jumped, pushed
  • 16: Other - Specify
  • 95: Not attacked/assaulted
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q160

Were you physically injured in any way (for example, bruises, cuts, broken bones)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q170

Did you ever receive any medical attention from a doctor or a nurse for your injuries?

Include medical attention received immediately after the attack as well as any follow-up medical attention received as a result of the injuries.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q190

Excluding any time you may have spent in a hospital or health center, did you ever have to stay in bed for all or most of the day, as a result of the incident?

Include time spent in bed for injuries as well as for stress reasons.

Most of a day means at least 6 hours over and above the time the respondent normally spends sleeping.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q195

For how many days in total?

Min = 1; Max = 995

Count each day the respondent spent at least 6 hours in bed over and above the time he/she normally spends sleeping.

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q335

Was anyone[ else/EMPTY] harmed or threatened during this incident?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q336

How many people?

Min = 1; Max = 95

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_N645

"Yes" - the respondent confuses details of this incident from other similar incidents and is unable to report it separately.

"No" - the respondent remembers any important details that allow him/ her to distinguish the incidents (incidents should be reported separately).

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Routing Module: Crime Incident Report (CIR) - Question identifier:CIR_Q650

Of the remaining incidents during the past 12 months for ^DT_CIR_D010_E, how many have details similar to this one? Exclude incidents you have already told me about.

Min = 0; Max = 95

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR)

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q100

Where did this incident take place? (For example, was it at home, on the street, at work or at school?) Please exclude incidents that have happened outside Canada.

  • 1: Respondent's home and surrounding area
  • 2: Other private residences or other farms
  • 3: Commercial or institutional establishment
  • 4: Street or other public place
  • 5: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q110

(Where did this incident take place? (Respondent's home and surrounding area))

Probe to know precisely where the incident took place, in order to select appropriate category.

  • 1: Inside respondent's own home/apartment
  • 2: Inside a vacation property (includes surrounding areas)
  • 3: Inside garage or other building on respondent's property
  • 4: Outside respondent's home, apartment, including yard, farm field, driveway, parking lot or in shared areas related to home such as apartment hallway or laundry room
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q112

Was that the same dwelling that you are living in now?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q115

What type of dwelling were you living in at the time of this incident? Was it a...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 01: Single detached house
  • 02: Semi-detached or double (side by side)
  • 03: Garden home, town-house or row house
  • 04: Duplex (one above the other)
  • 05: Low-rise apartment (less than 5 stories)
  • 06: High-rise apartment (5 or more stories)
  • 07: Mobile home or trailer
  • 08: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q120

(Where did this incident take place? (Other private residences or other farms))

Probe to know precisely where the incident took place, in order to select appropriate category.

  • 1: Offender's home (in or around)
  • 2: Other Private Residence or Farm (in or around)
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q130

(Where did this incident take place? (Commercial or institutional establishment))

Probe to know precisely where the incident took place, in order to select appropriate category.

  • 1: In a restaurant or bar
  • 2: Inside school or on school grounds
  • 3: In a commercial or office building, a factory, a store, or a shopping mall
  • 4: In a hospital, prison or rehabilitation centre
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q140

(Where did this incident take place? (Street or other public place))

Probe to know precisely where the incident took place, in order to select appropriate category.

  • 1: On public transportation
  • 2: In a parking garage or parking lot other than the respondent's
  • 3: On sidewalk/street/highway in respondent's neighbourhood
  • 4: On any other sidewalk/street/highway
  • 5: In a rural area or park (include national, provincial or local park, or conservation area)
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Where incident took place (WHR) - Question identifier:WHR_Q150

Was this your place of work?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA)

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA) - Question identifier:PCA_Q10

At the time of the incident, did the person(s) who committed the act live with you?

If more than one person and at least one lived with respondent select <Yes>.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA) - Question identifier:PCA_Q20

Did the person(s) who committed the act actually get [into the residence/into the vacation property/inside the garage or building] or just try to get in?

For apartments and multi-unit structures, determine if there was an actual or attempted entry of the respondent's unit. Do not include entry to other parts of the building, such as the lobby.

  • 1: Actually got in
  • 2: Tried to get in
  • 3: Threat received by telephone, mail, or e-mail
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA) - Question identifier:PCA_Q30

Did someone let them in?

Example: guests or workmen

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA) - Question identifier:PCA_Q40

Was there any evidence that they [forced/tried to force] their way in, such as a broken lock or window?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Person(s) who Committed the Act of violence or crime (PCA) - Question identifier:PCA_Q45

What was the evidence?

Mark all that apply.

  • 1: Broken lock or forced door
  • 2: Broken or forced window
  • 3: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT)

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q110

How were you threatened? Was it:

face-to-face?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q120

^DT_POEHow were you threatened? Was it:[BLANK/)]

by mail?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q130

(How were you threatened? Was it:)

by e-mail or on the Internet?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q140

(How were you threatened? Was it:)

over the telephone?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q150

(How were you threatened? Was it:)

other?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: How respondent Was Threatened (HWT) - Question identifier:HWT_Q170

Did you think the threat was going to be carried out?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO)

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO) - Question identifier:WHO_Q120

In your opinion, was this incident related to the person's alcohol or drug use?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO) - Question identifier:WHO_Q210

Was only one person involved in committing the act?

Select <Don't know - 3> if the respondent is unsure or guesses about the number of offenders.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Don't know
  • 8: RF

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO) - Question identifier:WHO_Q220

Was the person male or female?

  • 1: Male
  • 2: Female
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO) - Question identifier:WHO_Q230

How old would you say the person was?

Min = 1; Max = 95

CIR Sub-module: Who was present during the incident (WHO) - Question identifier:WHO_Q240

What was the person's relationship to you?

Record relationship at time of incident (not necessarily current relationship)

  • 01: Mother
  • 02: Father
  • 03: Mother-in-law
  • 04: Father-in-law
  • 05: Step-mother
  • 06: Step-father
  • 07: Son
  • 08: Daughter
  • 09: Son-in-law
  • 10: Daughter-in-law
  • 11: Brother
  • 12: Sister
  • 13: Spouse/partner
  • 14: Ex-spouse/ex-partner
  • 15: Other family member
  • 16: Boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 17: Ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend
  • 18: Neighbour
  • 19: Friend
  • 20: Acquaintance
  • 21: Internet friend
  • 22: Teacher/ professor
  • 23: Supervisor, manager, boss
  • 24: Co-worker
  • 25: Classmate
  • 26: Known by sight only
  • 27: Stranger
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP)

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP) - Question identifier:MPP_Q10

How many people were involved in this incident?

Min = 2; Max = 95

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP) - Question identifier:MPP_Q20

Were they male or female?

  • 1: All male
  • 2: All female
  • 3: Both male and female
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP) - Question identifier:MPP_Q30

Were they mostly male or mostly female?

  • 1: Mostly male
  • 2: Mostly female
  • 3: Evenly divided
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP) - Question identifier:MPP_Q40

How old would you say the youngest was?

Min = 1; Max = 95

CIR Sub-module: Multiple People Present during the incident (MPP) - Question identifier:MPP_Q50

How old would you say the oldest was?

Min = 1; Max = 95

CIR Sub-module: Persons Involved (PIV)

CIR Sub-module: Persons Involved (PIV) - Question identifier:PIV_Q110

What was the relationship of the [first/second/third/fourth/fifth/sixth/seventh/eighth/nineth/tenth] offender to you?

  • 01: Mother
  • 02: Father
  • 03: Mother-in-law
  • 04: Father-in-law
  • 05: Step-mother
  • 06: Step-father
  • 07: Son
  • 08: Daughter
  • 09: Son-in-law
  • 10: Daughter-in-law
  • 11: Brother
  • 12: Sister
  • 13: Spouse/partner
  • 14: Ex-spouse/ex-partner
  • 15: Other family member
  • 16: Boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 17: Ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend
  • 18: Neighbour
  • 19: Friend
  • 20: Acquaintance
  • 21: Internet friend
  • 22: Teacher/ professor
  • 23: Supervisor, manager, boss
  • 24: Co-worker
  • 25: Classmate
  • 26: Known by sight only
  • 27: Stranger
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP)

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q10

Excluding property belonging to a business, was anything that belonged to you or your household stolen during this incident?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q20

What was stolen during the incident? Anything else?

Mark all that apply.

Exclude property belonging to a business.

  • 11: Cash
  • 12: Purse, wallet, credit cards, cheques, personal cards or papers
  • 13: Clothing, jewellery
  • 14: Other personal property
  • 15: Personal property of someone else
  • 16: Car
  • 17: Truck or van
  • 18: Motorcycle or moped
  • 19: Other motor vehicle
  • 20: Part of a motor vehicle (for example battery, hubcap, radio, etc.)
  • 21: Food, drink, liquor
  • 22: Electronic equipment, including T.V. stereo, video recorder, CD's
  • 23: Household articles, including tools, appliances, furniture, carpets
  • 24: Boat
  • 25: Bicycle
  • 26: Other household property
  • 95: Nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q30

What is your best estimate of the value of all property or cash stolen in this incident?

Min = 0; Max = 999995

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q40

Was any of the stolen money or property recovered, not counting anything received from insurance?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q45

Was everything recovered?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q50

Excluding property belonging to a business, did the person(s) attempt to take anything that belonged to you or your household?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Stolen Property (STP) - Question identifier:STP_Q60

What did they attempt to steal during this incident?

Mark all that apply.
Exclude property belonging to a business.

  • 11: Cash
  • 12: Respondent's personal property
  • 13: Personal property of someone else
  • 14: Motor vehicle
  • 15: Part of a motor vehicle (for example, battery, hubcap, radio, etc.)
  • 16: Household property
  • 95: Nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM)

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM) - Question identifier:PDM_Q10

Was anything that belonged to you or a member of your household damaged but not taken in this incident?

Include damage resulting from vandalism.
Exclude property belonging to a business.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM) - Question identifier:PDM_Q20

What was damaged?

Mark all that apply.

Exclude property belonging to a business.

  • 11: Respondent's personal property
  • 12: Personal property of someone else
  • 13: Motor vehicle or part of a motor vehicle
  • 14: Dwelling or other building on property
  • 15: Household property
  • 95: Nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM) - Question identifier:PDM_Q30

What is your estimate of the value of all damage done in this incident?

Min = 0; Max = 999995

Round to the nearest dollar.

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM) - Question identifier:PDM_Q40

Have any of the damaged items been repaired or replaced?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Property Damage (PDM) - Question identifier:PDM_Q45

Will they be repaired or replaced?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through Insurance (OCI)

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through Insurance (OCI) - Question identifier:OCI_Q10

At the time of the incident, did you have any insurance?

Insurance refers to insurance purchased to cover or compensate for (or related to) the incident (i.e. damage to a vehicle is covered by auto insurance).

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through Insurance (OCI) - Question identifier:OCI_Q20

Did you attempt to obtain compensation for this incident through an insurance company?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through Insurance (OCI) - Question identifier:OCI_Q25

Did you obtain any compensation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not yet resolved
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through the Courts (OCC)

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through the Courts (OCC) - Question identifier:OCC_Q20

For this incident, what is your best estimate of your out-of-pocket expenses, that is, expenses for which you do not expect to be reimbursed?

Min = 0; Max = 99995

Round to the nearest dollar.

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through the Courts (OCC) - Question identifier:OCC_Q30

During the week of the incident, was your main activity working at a paid job or business, looking for paid work, going to school, caring for children, household work, retired, on vacation or something else?

Accept one response only. If respondent indicates more than one activity then probe for main activity. If respondent insists on more than one then select <Other-Specify>.

If sickness or short-term illness is reported, ask for usual main activity.

  • 01: Working at a paid job or business
  • 02: On vacation
  • 03: Looking for paid work
  • 04: Going to school
  • 05: Caring for children
  • 06: Household work
  • 07: Retired
  • 08: Maternity/paternity leave
  • 09: Long term illness
  • 10: Volunteering or care-giving other than for children
  • 11: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through the Courts (OCC) - Question identifier:OCC_Q40

As a result of this incident, did you find it difficult or impossible to carry out your everyday activities for all or most of a day? (Reasons could range from requiring medical treatment to emotional or psychological distress, to having to replace or repair property or visit insurance agents.)

Select <Yes> if the respondent's main activity was disrupted for at least 6 hours during a day.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Obtain Compensation through the Courts (OCC) - Question identifier:OCC_Q50

For how many days?

Min = 1; Max = 995

CIR Sub-module: Police Found Out about the incident (PFO)

CIR Sub-module: Police Found Out about the incident (PFO) - Question identifier:PFO_Q100

Did the police find out about this incident in any way?

If the respondent or a member of the household is a police officer, select <Yes> only if it was officially reported to the police.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Police Found Out about the incident (PFO) - Question identifier:PFO_Q105

How did they learn about it? Was it from you or some other way?

If respondent answers both himself/herself and some other way - enter <Respondent>.

  • 1: Respondent
  • 2: Some other way
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP)

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP) - Question identifier:RIP_Q10

People have different reasons for reporting incidents to the police. Did any of the following have anything to do with why you reported this incident? Was it:

to stop the incident or receive protection?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP) - Question identifier:RIP_Q20

(People have different reasons for reporting incidents to the police. Did any of the following have anything to do with why you reported this incident? Was it:)

to arrest and punish the offender?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP) - Question identifier:RIP_Q30

(People have different reasons for reporting incidents to the police. Did any of the following have anything to do with why you reported this incident? Was it:)

to file a report to claim compensation or insurance?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP) - Question identifier:RIP_Q40

(People have different reasons for reporting incidents to the police. Did any of the following have anything to do with why you reported this incident? Was it:)

because you felt it was your duty to notify police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for reporting Incidents to the Police (RIP) - Question identifier:RIP_Q50

(People have different reasons for reporting incidents to the police. Did any of the following have anything to do with why you reported this incident? Was it:)

on the recommendation of someone else?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT)

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q10

What action did the police take? Did they:

visit the scene?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q20

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

make a report or conduct an investigation?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q30

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

give a warning to the offender?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Offender not known
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q40

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

arrest or take the offender away?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q50

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

lay charges against the offender?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Action Police Took (APT) - Question identifier:APT_Q60

(What action did the police take? Did they:)

take any other action?

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Satisfaction of respondent with actions taken by police (SAP)

CIR Sub-module: Satisfaction of respondent with actions taken by police (SAP) - Question identifier:SAP_Q10

How satisfied were you with the actions that the police took? Were you ...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very satisfied
  • 2: Somewhat satisfied
  • 3: Somewhat dissatisfied
  • 4: Very dissatisfied
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Satisfaction of respondent with actions taken by police (SAP) - Question identifier:SAP_Q20

Is there anything (else) they should have done to help you?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Take the person out of the house
  • 12: Charge the person
  • 13: Arrest the person
  • 14: Respond more quickly
  • 15: Refer/take you to a support service
  • 16: Relocate you
  • 17: Take you to hospital
  • 18: Be more supportive/sympathetic
  • 19: Other - Specify
  • 95: No/nothing
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP)

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q120

I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:

because of fear of revenge by the offender or others?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q130

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the police would not have been able to find or identify DT_PROPOFF?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q140

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because there was a lack of evidence?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q150

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the police would not have considered the incident important enough?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q160

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the police would not have been efficient or effective?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q170

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you received unsatisfactory service in the past?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q180

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you tried to report but could not get through (includes waited too long on the phone; lack of confidence with the initial contact)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q190

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because dealing with the police could have caused you trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q200

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you did not want to get the offender in trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q220

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you did not want the hassle of dealing with the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q225

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you were afraid reporting it to the police would bring shame and dishonour to the family?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q240

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because your family prevented you from contacting the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q245

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you considered the incident a private or personal matter and handled it informally?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q250

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you did not want others to find out about the victimization (including didn't want publicity or news coverage)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q260

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the crime was minor and not worth taking the time to report?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q270

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because no one was harmed or there was no financial loss?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q280

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because no harm was intended?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q290

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you didn't think the offender would be convicted or adequately punished?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q300

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you feared or did not want the hassle of dealing with the court process?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q310

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the police would be biased?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q320

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because the insurance wouldn't cover it?

For example, no insurance, loss less than deductible, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q330

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because you did not need a police report to file a claim?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q340

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it:)

because nothing was taken or the items were recovered?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q350

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to this incident. Was it: )

because it was reported to another official?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q355

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

for some other reason, not already mentioned?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Reasons for Not contacting the Police (RNP) - Question identifier:RNP_Q360

What was the main reason for not reporting to the police?

  • 01: Fear of revenge by the offender or others
  • 02: Police could not find/identify property or offender
  • 03: Lack of evidence
  • 04: Police would not have considered incident important enough
  • 05: Police would not have been efficient or effective
  • 06: Unsatisfactory service in the past
  • 07: Tried to report but didn't succeed at it
  • 08: Dealing with the police could have caused you trouble with the law
  • 09: Did not want the offender in trouble with the law
  • 10: Did not want the hassle of dealing with police or courts
  • 11: Afraid reporting would bring shame to the family
  • 12: Prevented by family
  • 13: Incident private and handled it informally
  • 14: You did not want others to find out (including publicity or news coverage)
  • 15: Crime was minor and not worth time to report
  • 16: No one was harmed /no financial loss
  • 17: No harm was intended
  • 18: Didn't think offender will be convicted or adequately punished
  • 19: Fear of court process / did not want the hassle
  • 20: Police would be biased
  • 21: Insurance won't cover it
  • 22: Did not need a police report to file a claim
  • 23: Nothing was taken or the items were recovered
  • 24: It was reported to another official
  • 25: ^RNP_S355
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA)

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q110

Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:

a family member?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q120

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:)

a friend or neighbour?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q130

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:)

a co-worker?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q140

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:)

a doctor or nurse?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q150

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:)

a lawyer?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Talk to anyone about the incident (TTA) - Question identifier:TTA_Q160

(Other than to the police, did you ever talk to anyone about what happened, such as:)

a priest, rabbi, imam, elder or another spiritual advisor?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Victims Services in respondent's Community (VSC)

CIR Sub-module: Victims Services in respondent's Community (VSC) - Question identifier:VSC_Q10

Did the police or anyone else provide you with information about services for victims in your community?

  • 1: Yes, the police
  • 2: Yes, someone else
  • 3: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Victims Services in respondent's Community (VSC) - Question identifier:VSC_Q20

Did you ever contact or use any of the following services for help because of this incident, such as:

a crisis centre or crisis line, a victim service or a victim witness assistance program, a counsellor, a psychologist or a social worker, a community, family, ethnic or cultural centre, a shelter or transition house, a [women's/men's] centre[, a seniors' centre/EMPTY] or support group?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Victims Services in respondent's Community (VSC) - Question identifier:VSC_Q90

Is there any reason why you didn't use any of these services?

Mark all that apply.

  • 11: Didn't know of any services
  • 12: None available
  • 13: Waiting list
  • 14: Too minor
  • 15: Shame/embarrassment
  • 16: Wouldn't be believed
  • 17: Offender prevented me
  • 18: Distance from service
  • 19: Fear of losing financial support
  • 20: Fear of losing the children
  • 21: Didn't want relationship to end
  • 22: Didn't want/need help
  • 23: Language barrier
  • 24: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR)

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR) - Question identifier:GIR_Q10

At the time of the incident, how did this experience affect you emotionally?

Mark all that apply.

This question refers to emotional consequences. Do not include physical injury, financial loss or medical treatment.

  • 11: Not at all
  • 12: Not much
  • 13: Angry
  • 14: Upset, confused, frustrated
  • 15: Fearful
  • 16: More cautious/aware
  • 17: Shock/disbelief
  • 18: Hurt/disappointment
  • 19: Victimized
  • 20: Sleeping problems
  • 21: Depression/anxiety attacks
  • 22: Ashamed/guilty
  • 23: Afraid for children
  • 24: Annoyed
  • 25: Lowered self esteem
  • 26: Increased self-reliance
  • 27: Problems relating to men/women
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR) - Question identifier:GIR_Q20

Now some questions about longer term effects of the incident you experienced. In the past month, have you:

had nightmares about it or thought about it when you did not want to?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR) - Question identifier:GIR_Q30

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the incident you experienced. In the past month, have you: )

tried hard not to think about it or went out of your way to avoid situations that reminded you of it?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR) - Question identifier:GIR_Q40

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the incident you experienced. In the past month, have you: )

felt constantly on guard, watchful, or easily startled?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: General victimization - Impact on respondent (GIR) - Question identifier:GIR_Q50

(Now some questions about longer term effects of the incident you experienced. In the past month, have you: )

felt numb or detached from others, activities, or your surroundings?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

CIR Sub-module: Case Went to Court (CWC)

CIR Sub-module: Case Went to Court (CWC) - Question identifier:CWC_Q10

Did the case go to court?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Case pending or awaiting trial
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX)

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_R010

The next few questions are about events that may have happened before you were 15. Remember that all information provided is strictly confidential.

Press <1> to continue.

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q010

Before age 15, how many times did an adult slap you on the face, head or ears, or hit you with something hard to hurt you? By adult, I mean anyone 18 years and over.

Read categories to respondent.

Exclude spanking.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q020

Before age 15, how many times did an adult push, grab, shove or throw something at you to hurt you?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q030

Before age 15, how many times did an adult kick, bite, punch, choke, burn you, or physically attack you in some way?

If necessary, read the categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q040

Thinking about the most serious incident, what was the adult's relationship to you?

  • 01: Mother
  • 02: Father
  • 03: Step-mother
  • 04: Step-father
  • 05: Grandmother
  • 06: Grandfather
  • 07: Brother
  • 08: Sister
  • 09: Other family member
  • 10: Boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 11: Ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend
  • 12: Neighbour
  • 13: Friend
  • 14: Acquaintance
  • 15: Teacher/ professor/ tutor
  • 16: Baby-sitter/ Nanny
  • 17: Classmate
  • 18: Known by sight only
  • 19: Stranger
  • 20: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q050

Before age 15, how many times did an adult force you or attempt to force you into any unwanted sexual activity, by threatening you, holding you down or hurting you in some way?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q060

Before age 15, how many times did an adult touch you against your will in any sexual way? By this, I mean anything from unwanted touching or grabbing, to kissing or fondling.

If necessary, read the categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q065

Thinking about the (most serious) incident of a sexual nature, what was that adult's relationship to you?

  • 01: Mother
  • 02: Father
  • 03: Step-mother
  • 04: Step-father
  • 05: Grandmother
  • 06: Grandfather
  • 07: Brother
  • 08: Sister
  • 09: Other family member
  • 10: Boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 11: Ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend
  • 12: Neighbour
  • 13: Friend
  • 14: Acquaintance
  • 15: Teacher/ professor/ tutor
  • 16: Baby-sitter/ Nanny
  • 17: Classmate
  • 18: Known by sight only
  • 19: Stranger
  • 20: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q075

Before age 15, did you ever talk to anyone about any of the incidents you mentioned?

Mark all that apply.
Exclude the police or someone from child protective services.

  • 01: Family member
  • 02: Friend
  • 03: Neighbour
  • 04: Doctor or nurse
  • 05: Priest, rabbi, imam, elder or another spiritual advisor
  • 06: Teacher
  • 07: No, never spoke to anyone else
  • 08: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Childhood Experiences (CEX) - Question identifier:CEX_Q080

Before age 15, how many times did you see or hear any one of your parents, step-parents or guardians hit each other or another adult?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: 1 or 2 times
  • 3: 3 to 5 times
  • 4: 6 to 10 times
  • 5: More than 10 times
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Respondent was once the Legal Responsibility of the Government (LRG)

Respondent was once the Legal Responsibility of the Government (LRG) - Question identifier:LRG_Q10

As a child, were you ever under the legal responsibility of the government?

In this case, the government assumes the rights and responsibilities of a parent for the purpose of the child's care, custody and control.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Acts that may have been Committed by Someone other than a current or previous spouse/partner (ACS)

Acts that may have been Committed by Someone other than a current or previous spouse/partner (ACS) - Question identifier:ACS_R10

The following questions are about acts that may have been committed by someone other than a current or previous spouse or partner or someone you were dating.

Press <1> to continue.

Acts that may have been Committed by Someone other than a current or previous spouse/partner (ACS) - Question identifier:ACS_Q10

In the past 5 years, has a child, relative, friend or caregiver:

tried to limit your contact with family or friends, called you names to make you feel bad, or threatened to harm you or someone close to you?

Remember to exclude acts committed by spouse/partner, ex-spouse/ex-partner or dating partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Acts that may have been Committed by Someone other than a current or previous spouse/partner (ACS) - Question identifier:ACS_Q20

(In the past 5 years, has a child, relative, friend or caregiver:)

tried to prevent you from knowing about or having access to your income, forced you to relinquish control over your finances or give up something of value?

Remember to exclude acts committed by spouse/partner, ex-spouse/ex-partner or dating partner.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Acts that may have been committed by a dating partner (ADP)

Acts that may have been committed by a dating partner (ADP) - Question identifier:ADP_Q010

In the past 5 years, has anyone you were dating tried to limit your contact with family or friends, called you names to make you feel bad, or threatened to harm you or someone close to you?

Could include incidents already mentioned previously.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Did not date in the past 5 years
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Acts that may have been committed by a dating partner (ADP) - Question identifier:ADP_Q020

In the past 5 years, have you experienced physical violence by someone you were dating?

Physical violence could include such acts as hitting, throwing things to hurt, pushing, grabbing, slapping, kicking, biting, hitting with the fist, threatening with a weapon, choking.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Acts that may have been committed by a dating partner (ADP) - Question identifier:ADP_Q030

In the past 5 years, have you experienced sexual violence by someone you were dating?

Sexual violence could include such acts as forcing into an unwanted sexual activity by threatening, holding you down or hurting you or subjecting you to a sexual activity to which you are not able to consent.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK)

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_R10

People may sometimes be stalked or harassed, either by someone they know or by a stranger.

Press <1> to continue.

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q10

In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:

has anyone phoned you repeatedly or made silent or obscene phone calls?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q15

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q20

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone sent you unwanted messages through e-mail, text, Facebook or any other social media?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q25

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q30

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone sent you unwanted gifts, letters, or cards?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q35

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q40

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone tried to communicate with you against your will in any other way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Communication (STK) - Question identifier:STK_Q45

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Following (FBS)

Stalking - Following (FBS) - Question identifier:FBS_Q10

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone followed you or spied on you either in person or through an electronic tracking device (such as a GPS)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not sure
  • 8: RF

Stalking - Following (FBS) - Question identifier:FBS_Q15

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Watching (WBS)

Stalking - Watching (WBS) - Question identifier:WBS_Q10

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone waited outside your home?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Watching (WBS) - Question identifier:WBS_Q15

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Watching (WBS) - Question identifier:WBS_Q20

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone waited outside your place of work or school or other places you were, when they had no business being there?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Watching (WBS) - Question identifier:WBS_Q25

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS)

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q10

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone persistently asked you for a date and refused to take no for an answer?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q15

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q20

(In the past 5 years, have you been the subject of repeated and unwanted attention that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you? By that I mean:)

has anyone posted inappropriate, unwanted or personal information about you or pictures on a social media site?

Social media sites include YouTube, Google+, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q25

Did you fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q30

In the past 5 years, has anyone attempted to intimidate or threaten you by threatening or intimidating someone else?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q40

In the past 5 years, has anyone attempted to intimidate or threaten you by hurting your pet(s)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Does not have pets
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Threatening Behaviours (TBS) - Question identifier:TBS_Q50

In the past 5 years, has anyone attempted to intimidate or threaten you by damaging your property?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Within Past Year (SPY)

Stalking - Within Past Year (SPY) - Question identifier:SPY_R10

You said you were stalked or harassed in a way that caused you to fear for your safety or the safety of someone known to you in the past 5 years.

Press <1> to continue.

Stalking - Within Past Year (SPY) - Question identifier:SPY_Q10

Did [this incident/any of these incidents] occur in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent Abuser (MRA)

Stalking - Most Recent Abuser (MRA) - Question identifier:MRA_Q10

Was there more than one person who stalked or harassed you in the past 5 years?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent Abuser (MRA) - Question identifier:MRA_Q20

[Is this person male or female?/Thinking about the person who has done this most recently, is this person male or female?]

  • 1: Male
  • 2: Female
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent Abuser (MRA) - Question identifier:MRA_Q30

What is the person's relationship to you?

Record current relationship, not necessarily relationship at the time of incident.

  • 01: Stranger
  • 02: Spouse/common-law partner
  • 03: Ex-spouse / Ex common-law partner
  • 04: Boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 05: Ex-boyfriend/girlfriend
  • 06: Other relative
  • 07: Neighbour
  • 08: Friend/Casual acquaintance
  • 09: Co-worker/ Classmate
  • 10: Known by sight only
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE)

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE) - Question identifier:MRE_Q05

Do you believe that the harassment from this person has ended?

  • 1: Ended
  • 2: Still going on
  • 3: Not sure
  • 8: RF

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE) - Question identifier:MRE_Q10

For how long [has this person been stalking or harassing you/did this person stalk or harass you]?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: 1 week or less
  • 2: 1 to 4 weeks
  • 3: 1 to 6 months
  • 4: 6 to 12 months
  • 5: More than one year
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE) - Question identifier:MRE_Q20A

During this time, did this person ever physically intimidate you or threaten you with violence?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE) - Question identifier:MRE_Q30

(During this time,) did this person ever grab or attack you in any way?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Most Recent stalking Experience (MRE) - Question identifier:MRE_Q50

(During this time,) did you ever fear that your life was in danger from this person?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS)

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q10

[Was this incident/Were these incidents] ever reported to the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q100

I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:

because of fear of revenge by the stalker or by others?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q130

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have been able to find or identify the stalker?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q140

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because there was a lack of evidence?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q150

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have considered the incident important enough?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q160

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would not have been efficient or effective?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q170

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you received unsatisfactory service in the past?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q180

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you tried to report, but you could not get through (includes waited too long on the phone; lack of confidence with initial contact)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q190

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because dealing with police could have caused you trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q200

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want to get the stalker in trouble with the law?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q220

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want the hassle of dealing with the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q230

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you considered the incident a private or personal matter and handled it informally?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q250

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you did not want others to find out about the victimization (including didn't want publicity or news coverage)?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q260

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the crime was minor and not worth taking the time to report?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q270

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no one was harmed or there was no financial loss?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q280

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because no harm was intended?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q290

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you didn't think the stalker would be convicted or adequately punished?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q300

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because you feared or did not want the hassle of dealing with the court process?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q310

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because the police would be biased?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q350

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

because it was reported to another official?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q360

(I'm going to read a list of reasons why some people choose not to contact the police. Please tell me which ones apply to your experience. Was it:)

for some other reason, not already mentioned?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Reasons Not Reporting to Police (RNS) - Question identifier:RNS_Q370

What was the main reason why you didn't contact the police?

  • 01: Fear of revenge by the stalker or others
  • 02: Police could not find/identify the stalker
  • 03: Lack of evidence
  • 04: Police would not have considered incident important enough
  • 05: Police would not have been efficient or effective
  • 06: Unsatisfactory service in the past
  • 07: Tried to report but didn't succeed at it
  • 08: Dealing with the police could have caused you trouble with the law
  • 09: Did not want the stalker in trouble with the law
  • 10: Did not want the hassle of dealing with police
  • 11: Incident private and handled it informally
  • 12: You did not want others to find out (including publicity or news coverage)
  • 13: Crime was minor and not worth time to report
  • 14: No one was harmed /no financial loss
  • 15: No harm was intended
  • 16: Didn't think stalker will be convicted or adequately punished
  • 17: Fear of court process / did not want the hassle
  • 18: Police would be biased
  • 19: It was reported to another official
  • 20: ^RNS_S360
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Stalking - Talking to someone (SHS)

Stalking - Talking to someone (SHS) - Question identifier:SHS_Q10

[Other than the police, did/Did] you ever talk to anyone about what happened?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Talking to someone (SHS) - Question identifier:SHS_Q20

Who did you talk to (about what happened)?

Mark all that apply.

  • 01: Family member
  • 02: Friend or neighbour
  • 03: Co-worker
  • 04: Doctor or nurse
  • 05: Lawyer
  • 06: Priest, rabbi, imam, elder or another spiritual advisor
  • 07: Counsellor or psychologist
  • 08: Someone else
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Stalking - Charges Laid (SCL)

Stalking - Charges Laid (SCL) - Question identifier:SCL_Q10

[Were/Thinking about the person who has done this most recently were] charges laid against this person?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Charges Laid (SCL) - Question identifier:SCL_Q20

What kind of charges were they?

Mark all that apply.

  • 1: Stalking or criminal harassment
  • 2: Assault
  • 3: Uttering threats
  • 4: Mischief
  • 5: Other types of charges
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Restraining Order (ROS)

Stalking - Restraining Order (ROS) - Question identifier:ROS_Q10

[Was/Thinking about the person who has done this most recently was] there ever a restraining, protective or a no contact order against this person?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Stalking - Impact on Respondent (IOR)

Stalking - Impact on Respondent (IOR) - Question identifier:IOR_Q10

At the time of [the incident/these incidents], how did [this experience/these experiences] affect you emotionally?

Mark all that apply.

This question refers to emotional consequences. Do not include physical injury, financial loss or medical treatment.

  • 11: Not at all
  • 12: Not much
  • 13: Angry
  • 14: Upset, confused, frustrated
  • 15: Fearful
  • 16: More cautious/aware
  • 17: Shock/disbelief
  • 18: Hurt/disappointment
  • 19: Victimized
  • 20: Sleeping problems
  • 21: Depression/anxiety attacks
  • 22: Ashamed/guilty
  • 23: Afraid for children
  • 24: Annoyed
  • 25: Lowered self esteem
  • 26: Increased self-reliance
  • 27: Problems relating to men/women
  • 28: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU)

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_R100

The following questions are about cyber-stalking and cyber-bullying, which is the use of the Internet to embarrass, intimidate or threaten someone.

Press <1> to continue.

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q100

During the past 5 years, how often have you typically used the Internet?

  • 01: Daily
  • 02: A few times a week
  • 03: Once a week
  • 04: A few times a month
  • 05: Once a month
  • 06: Less than once a month
  • 07: Rarely
  • 08: Never
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q110

In the past 5 years, :

have you ever received threatening or aggressive e-mails or instant messages where you were the only recipient?

Include only threatening or aggressive communications. Exclude money scams and other types of phishing scams.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q120

(In the past 5 years,:)

have you ever been the target of threatening or aggressive comments spread through group e-mails, instant messages or postings on Internet sites?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q125

(In the past 5 years,)

has anyone ever sent out or posted pictures that embarrassed you or made you feel threatened?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q130

(In the past 5 years,)

has anyone ever used your identity to send out or post embarrassing or threatening information?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q140

(In the past 5 years,:)

have you ever been the target of any other kind of cyber stalking/bullying (which is the use of the Internet to embarrass, intimidate or threaten someone), not already mentioned?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_R150

You said you were intimidated, embarrassed or threatened by someone over the Internet in the past 5 years.

Press <1> to continue.

Cyber Bullying Respondent (CBU) - Question identifier:CBU_Q150

Did any of these experiences occur in the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Activity of Respondent (MAR)

Main Activity of Respondent (MAR) - Question identifier:MAR_Q110

During the past 12 months, was your main activity working at a paid job or business, looking for paid work, going to school, caring for children, household work, retired or something else?

If sickness or short-term illness is reported, ask for usual main activity.

  • 01: Working at a paid job or business
  • 02: Looking for paid work
  • 03: Going to school
  • 04: Caring for children
  • 05: Household work
  • 06: Retired
  • 07: Maternity/paternity or parental leave
  • 08: Long term illness
  • 09: Volunteering or care-giving other than for children
  • 10: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Main Activity of Respondent (MAR) - Question identifier:MAR_Q133

Did you have a job or were you self-employed at any time last week?

Include persons that were on vacation, sick leave with pay, strike, lock-out, maternity/paternity or parental leave.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Activity of Respondent (MAR) - Question identifier:MAR_Q134

In the last four weeks, did you look for a job?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Activity of Respondent (MAR) - Question identifier:MAR_Q135

Did you have a job or were you self-employed at any time during the past 12 months?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Respondent Ever Worked (REW)

Respondent Ever Worked (REW) - Question identifier:REW_Q10

Have you ever worked at a job or business?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Respondent Ever Worked (REW) - Question identifier:REW_Q20

In what year did you last do any paid work?

Min = 1900; Max = 2014

Respondent Ever Worked (REW) - Question identifier:REW_Q30

How old were you when you last did any paid work?

Min = 10; Max = 95

Work activities - Employment Type (WET)

Work activities - Employment Type (WET) - Question identifier:WET_Q110

For how many weeks during the past 12 months were you employed?

Min = 1; Max = 52

Include vacation, illness, strikes, lock-outs or maternity/paternity or parental leave.

Work activities - Employment Type (WET) - Question identifier:WET_Q120

Were you mainly ...?

Read categories to respondent.

Self-employed is a person who is earning income directly from their own business, trade or profession, rather than being paid a specified salary or wage by an employer.

  • 1: A paid worker
  • 2: Self-employed
  • 3: An unpaid family worker
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Work activities - Telework Information (WTI)

Work activities - Telework Information (WTI) - Question identifier:WTI_Q110

Excluding overtime, [do/did] you usually work any of your scheduled hours at home?

Exclude respondents who occasionally perform some overtime work in their homes.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not applicable
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Work activities - Telework Information (WTI) - Question identifier:WTI_Q120

How many paid hours per week [do/did] you usually work at home?

Min = 1; Max = 168

Round to the nearest whole hour.

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY)

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q110

[What is the name of your business?/What was the name of your business?/For whom did you work the longest time during the past 12 months?]

Long Answer Length = 80

Name of business, government department or agency, or person.

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q120

What kind of business, industry or service [is/was] this?

Long Answer Length = 80

Give full description: e.g., federal government, canning industry, forestry services.

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q130

What kind of work [are/were] you doing?

Long Answer Length = 80

Examples include: babysitting in own home, factory worker, forestry technician.

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q140

What [are/were] your most important activities or duties?

Long Answer Length = 80

Examples include: caring for children, stamp press machine operator, forest examiner.

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q145

Are you still working [for this employer/at this business]?

Includes those employed but not currently working due to vacation, sick leave with pay, leave of absence, strike, lockout or maternity/paternity or parental leave.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Work activities - Last Year employer information (WLY) - Question identifier:WLY_Q150

Which of the following best describes your terms of employment in this job? [Are/Were] you a...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Regular employee (no contractual or anticipated termination date)
  • 2: Seasonal employee (employment on this job is intermittent according to the seasons of the year)
  • 3: Term employee (term of employment has a set termination date)
  • 4: Casual or on-call employee
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Work activities - Hours Worked (WHW)

Work activities - Hours Worked (WHW) - Question identifier:WHW_Q120

How many hours a week [do/did] you usually work at your job?

Min = 0.1; Max = 168.0

If the respondent had more than one job add the number of hours for these jobs.

Work activities - Hours Worked (WHW) - Question identifier:WHW_Q230

Which of the following best describes your usual work schedule at your job? [Is/Was] it ...?

Read categories to respondent.

For respondent's main job:

"on call" means no prearranged schedules, but called as need arises (for example, a substitute teacher);

"irregular schedule" is usually prearranged one week or more in advance (for example, pilots).

  • 01: A regular daytime schedule or shift
  • 02: A regular evening shift
  • 03: A regular night shift
  • 04: A rotating shift (one that changes periodically from days to evenings or to nights)
  • 05: A split shift (one consisting of two or more distinct periods each day)
  • 06: A compressed work week
  • 07: On call or casual
  • 08: An irregular schedule
  • 09: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Main Activity of respondent's spouse/Partner (MAP)

Main Activity of respondent's spouse/Partner (MAP) - Question identifier:MAP_Q110

During the past 12 months, was your [spouse/partner]'s main activity working at a paid job or business, looking for paid work, going to school, caring for children, household work, retired or something else?

If sickness or short-term illness is reported, ask for usual main activity.

  • 01: Working at a paid job or business
  • 02: Looking for paid work
  • 03: Going to school
  • 04: Caring for children
  • 05: Household work
  • 06: Retired
  • 07: Maternity/paternity or parental leave
  • 08: Long term illness
  • 09: Volunteering or care-giving other than for children
  • 10: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Main Activity of respondent's spouse/Partner (MAP) - Question identifier:MAP_Q120

Was [he/she/he/she] enrolled as...?

Read the categories to respondant.

  • 1: Full-time student
  • 2: Part-time student
  • 3: Both full-time and part-time student
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Main Activity of respondent's spouse/Partner (MAP) - Question identifier:MAP_Q130

Did [he/she/he/she] have a job or was [he/she/he/she] self-employed at any time during the past 12 months?

Include vacation, illness, strikes, lock-outs and maternity/paternity leave.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Extended Block (EOR)

Education Extended Block (EOR) - Question identifier:EOR_Q01

What type of educational institution [are you attending/did you attend]?

Mark all that apply.

  • 1: Elementary, junior high school or high school
  • 2: Trade school, college, CEGEP or other non-university institution
  • 3: University
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Extended Block (EOR) - Question identifier:EOR_Q02

[Are you enrolled/Were you enrolled] as... ?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: A full-time student
  • 2: A part-time student
  • 3: Both full-time and part-time student
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Extended Block (EOR) - Question identifier:EOR_Q03

In what country was the institution that granted your highest certificate, diploma or degree located?

Ask the respondent to specify the country according to current boundaries.

Start typing the name of the country to activate function.

Enter "CAN" to select Canada.

Enter "Other - Specify" if the country is not part of the list.

  • 1: Search
  • 2: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

HC: Education Sublock School attendance "currently" - ESC1

HC: Education Sublock School attendance "currently" - ESC1 - Question identifier:ESC1_Q01

Are you currently attending school, college, CEGEP or university?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3)

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3) - Question identifier:EHG3_Q01

What is the highest certificate, diploma or degree that you have completed?

  • 1: Less than high school diploma or its equivalent
  • 2: High school diploma or a high school equivalency
    certificate
  • 3: Trade certificate or diploma
  • 4: College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma
    (other than trades certificates or diplomas)
  • 5: University certificate or diploma below the bachelor's level
  • 6: Bachelor's degree (e.g. B.A., B.Sc., LL.B.)
  • 7: University certificate, diploma or degree above the
    bachelor's level
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3) - Question identifier:EHG3_Q02

Was that a... ?

If the respondent has already specified the diploma or certificate, select the category from the list below; if not, ask:Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: High school graduation diploma
  • 2: High school equivalency certificate (such as General Educational Development (GED) or Adult Basic Education (ABE))
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3) - Question identifier:EHG3_Q03

Was that a... ?

If the respondent has already specified the certificate, select the category from the list below; if not, ask:Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Registered Apprenticeship certificate (including Certificate of Qualification, Journeyperson's designation)
  • 2: Other trades certificate or diploma from a trade school or a professional training center
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3) - Question identifier:EHG3_Q04

Was that a certificate or diploma from a program of... ?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Less than 3 months
  • 2: 3 months to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year to 2 years
  • 4: More than 2 years
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Highest Degree Block v.3 (EHG3) - Question identifier:EHG3_Q05

Was that a... ?

If the respondent has already specified the university certificate, diploma or degree, select the category from the list below; if not, ask:Read categories to respondent.
Honorary doctorates should not be included in the "earned doctorate" category.

  • 1: University certificate or diploma above the bachelor's level
  • 2: Degree in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or optometry
  • 3: Master's degree
  • 4: Earned doctorate
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Education Of respondent's Partner (EOP)

Education Of respondent's Partner (EOP) - Question identifier:EOP_Q200

What is the highest level of education that your ^DT_MSTATUS_E has attained?

  • 01: Earned doctorate (Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Ed.)
  • 02: Masters (M.A., M.Sc., M.Ed.)
  • 03: Degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, or Optometry (M.D., D.D.S., D.M.D., D.V.M., O.D.)
  • 04: Bachelor or undergraduate degree, or teacher's college (B.A., B.Sc., LL.B., B.Ed.)
  • 05: Diploma or certificate from community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 06: Diploma or certificate from trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 07: Some university
  • 08: Some community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 09: Some trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 10: High school diploma
  • 11: Some high school
  • 12: Elementary school diploma
  • 13: Some elementary
  • 14: No schooling
  • 15: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Education Of respondent's Mother (EOM)

Education Of respondent's Mother (EOM) - Question identifier:EOM_Q200

What is the highest level of education that your mother has attained? By mother, we mean the woman who mostly raised you.

This may be someone other than the respondent's mother (example: sister, aunt, guardian, adoptive mother, grandmother).

  • 01: Earned doctorate (Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Ed.)
  • 02: Masters (M.A., M.Sc., M.Ed.)
  • 03: Degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, or Optometry (M.D., D.D.S., D.M.D., D.V.M., O.D.)
  • 04: Bachelor or undergraduate degree, or teacher's college (B.A., B.Sc., LL.B., B.Ed.)
  • 05: Diploma or certificate from community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 06: Diploma or certificate from trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 07: Some university
  • 08: Some community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 09: Some trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 10: High school diploma
  • 11: Some high school
  • 12: Elementary school diploma
  • 13: Some elementary
  • 14: No schooling
  • 15: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Education Of respondent's Father (EOF)

Education Of respondent's Father (EOF) - Question identifier:EOF_Q200

What is the highest level of education that your father has attained? By father, we mean the man who mostly raised you.

This may be someone other than the respondent's father (example: brother, uncle, guardian, adoptive father, grandfather).

  • 01: Earned doctorate (Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Ed.)
  • 02: Masters (M.A., M.Sc., M.Ed.)
  • 03: Degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, or Optometry (M.D., D.D.S., D.M.D., D.V.M., O.D.)
  • 04: Bachelor or undergraduate degree, or teacher's college (B.A., B.Sc., LL.B., B.Ed.)
  • 05: Diploma or certificate from community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 06: Diploma or certificate from trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 07: Some university
  • 08: Some community college, CEGEP or nursing school
  • 09: Some trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
  • 10: High school diploma
  • 11: Some high school
  • 12: Elementary school diploma
  • 13: Some elementary
  • 14: No schooling
  • 15: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Self Related Health (SRH)

Self Related Health (SRH) - Question identifier:SRH_R110

The following set of questions asks about your day-to-day health.

Press <1> to continue.
By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Self Related Health (SRH) - Question identifier:SRH_Q110

In general, would you say your health is...?

  • 1: Excellent
  • 2: Very good
  • 3: Good
  • 4: Fair
  • 5: Poor
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Self Related Health (SRH) - Question identifier:SRH_Q115

In general, would you say your mental health is...?

  • 1: Excellent
  • 2: Very good
  • 3: Good
  • 4: Fair
  • 5: Poor
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ)

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_R01

The following questions are about difficulties you may have doing certain activities. Please tell me only about difficulties or long-term conditions that have lasted or are expected to last for six months or more.

Press <1> to continue.

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q01

Do you have any difficulty seeing?

Read categories to respondent.

If respondent indicates that he/she uses glasses or contact lenses, ask for a response based on their ability to see when using these aids.

  • 1: No
  • 2: Sometimes
  • 3: Often
  • 4: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q02

Do you wear glasses or contact lenses to improve your vision?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q03

[With your glasses or contact lenses, which/Which] of the following best describes your ability to see? [You/He/She]... ?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Have no difficulty seeing
  • 2: Have some difficulty (seeing)
  • 3: Have a lot of difficulty (seeing)
  • 4: Are legally blind
  • 5: Are blind
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q04

How often does this [difficulty/condition] limit your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q05

Do you have any difficulty hearing?

Read categories to respondent.

If respondent indicates that he/she uses a hearing aid or a cochlear implant, ask for a response based on their ability to hear when using these aids.

  • 1: No
  • 2: Sometimes
  • 3: Often
  • 4: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q06

Do you use a hearing aid or cochlear implant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q07

[With your hearing aid or cochlear implant, which/Which] of the following best describes your ability to hear? [You/He/She]... ?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Have no difficulty hearing
  • 2: Have some difficulty (hearing)
  • 3: Have a lot of difficulty (hearing)
  • 4: Cannot hear at all
  • 5: Are Deaf
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q08

How often does this [difficulty/condition] limit your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q09

Do you have any difficulty walking, using stairs, using your hands or fingers or doing other physical activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No
  • 2: Sometimes
  • 3: Often
  • 4: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_R10

The following questions are about your ability to move around, even when using an aid such as a cane.

Press <1> to continue.

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q10

How much difficulty do you have walking on a flat surface for 15 minutes without resting?

Read categories to respondent.

This corresponds to the regular walking pace of the respondent. If the respondent uses an aid for minimal support such as a cane, walking stick or crutches, ask for a response based on their ability to walk when using these aids.

  • 1: No difficulty
  • 2: Some (difficulty)
  • 3: A lot (of difficulty)
  • 4: ^DT_YOU_C cannot do at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q11

How much difficulty do you have walking up or down a flight of stairs, about 12 steps without resting?

Read categories to respondent.

This corresponds to the regular walking pace of the respondent. If the respondent uses an aid for minimal support such as a cane, walking stick or crutches, ask for a response based on their ability to walk when using these aids.

  • 1: No difficulty
  • 2: Some (difficulty)
  • 3: A lot (of difficulty)
  • 4: ^DT_YOU_C cannot do at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q12

How often [does this difficulty walking limit/does this difficulty using stairs limit/do these difficulties limit] your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q13

How much difficulty do you have bending down and picking up an object from the floor?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No difficulty
  • 2: Some (difficulty)
  • 3: A lot (of difficulty)
  • 4: ^DT_YOU_C cannot do at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q14

How much difficulty do you have reaching in any direction, for example, above your head?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No difficulty
  • 2: Some (difficulty)
  • 3: A lot (of difficulty)
  • 4: ^DT_YOU_C cannot do at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q15

How often [does this difficulty bending down and picking up an object limit/does this difficulty reaching limit/do these difficulties limit] your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q16

How much difficulty do you have using your fingers to grasp small objects like a pencil or scissors?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No difficulty
  • 2: Some (difficulty)
  • 3: A lot (of difficulty)
  • 4: ^DT_YOU_C cannot do at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q17

How often does this difficulty using your fingers limit your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_R18

Please answer for difficulties or long-term conditions that have lasted or are expected to last for six months or more.

Press <1> to continue.

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q18

Do you have any difficulty learning, remembering or concentrating?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No
  • 2: Sometimes
  • 3: Often
  • 4: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q19

Do you think you have a condition that makes it difficult in general for you to learn? This may include learning disabilities such as dyslexia, hyperactivity, attention problems, etc..

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q20

Has a teacher, doctor or other health care professional ever said that you had a learning disability?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q21

How often are your daily activities limited by this condition?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q22

Has a doctor, psychologist or other health care professional ever said that you had a developmental disability or disorder? This may include Down syndrome, autism, Asperger syndrome, mental impairment due to lack of oxygen at birth, etc..

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q23

Do you have any ongoing memory problems or periods of confusion? Please exclude occasional forgetfulness such as not remembering where you put your keys.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q24

How often are your daily activities limited by this problem?

Read categories to respondent.

If respondent indicates that the problem is controlled by medication or therapy ask for a response based on when the respondent is using medication or therapy.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q25

Please remember that your answers will be kept strictly confidential.

Do you have any emotional, psychological or mental health conditions? These may include anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, anorexia, etc..

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: No
  • 2: Sometimes
  • 3: Often
  • 4: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q26

How often are your daily activities limited by this condition?

Read categories to respondent.

If respondent indicates that the condition is controlled by medication or therapy, ask for a response based on when the respondent is using medication or therapy.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_R27

The following questions are about pain due to a long-term condition that has lasted or is expected to last for six months or more.

Press <1> to continue.

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q27

Do you have pain that is always present?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q28

Do you [also/null/blank] have periods of pain that reoccur from time to time?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q29

How often does this pain limit your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

If the respondent has both pain that is always present and pain that reoccurs from time to time, ask them about the pain that bothers them the most. If respondent indicates that pain is controlled by medication or therapy, ask for a response based on when the respondent is using medication or therapy.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q30

Do you have any other health problem or long-term condition that has lasted or is expected to last for six months or more?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Disability Screening Questions - Minimum Block (DSQ) - Question identifier:DSQ_Q31

How often does this health problem or long-term condition limit your daily activities?

Read categories to respondent.

If respondent indicated more than one health problem or condition, ask for a response that is based on the health problem or condition that limits the respondent's daily activities the most.

  • 1: Never
  • 2: Rarely
  • 3: Sometimes
  • 4: Often
  • 5: Always
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Subjective Well-being Minimum Block (SLM)

Subjective Well-being Minimum Block (SLM) - Question identifier:SLM_Q01

Using a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 means "Very dissatisfied" and 10 means "Very satisfied", how do you feel about your life as a whole right now?

0 Very dissatisfied
1 I
2 I
3 I
4 I
5 I
6 I
7 I
8 I
9 V
10 Very satisfied

Min = 0; Max = 10

Medication of Respondent (MED)

Medication of Respondent (MED) - Question identifier:MED_Q110

During the past month, have you used any medications that were prescribed or bought over-the-counter to:

help you sleep?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Medication of Respondent (MED) - Question identifier:MED_Q120

(During the past month, have you used any medications that were prescribed or bought over-the-counter to:)

help you calm down?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Medication of Respondent (MED) - Question identifier:MED_Q130

(During the past month, have you used any medications that were prescribed or bought over-the-counter to:)

help you get out of depression?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drinking of Respondent (DRR)

Drinking of Respondent (DRR) - Question identifier:DRR_R110

The next questions pertain to the consumption of alcoholic beverages.

Press <1> to continue.

Drinking of Respondent (DRR) - Question identifier:DRR_Q110

In the past month, how often did you drink alcoholic beverages? Was it ...?

Read categories to respondent.
Use of alcohol is a measure of a person's health.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 6: Not in the past month
  • 7: Never drinks
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drinking of Respondent (DRR) - Question identifier:DRR_Q120

How many times in the past month have you had 5 or more drinks on the same occasion?

Min = 0; Max = 31

Consider a drink to be one beer, one glass of wine or 1½ oz. of liquor.

Drinking of spouse/Partner (DRP)

Drinking of spouse/Partner (DRP) - Question identifier:DRP_Q110

In the past month, how often did your [spouse/partner] drink alcoholic beverages? Was it...?

Read categories to respondent.
Use of alcohol is a measure of a person's health.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 6: Not in the past month
  • 7: Never drinks
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drinking of spouse/Partner (DRP) - Question identifier:DRP_Q120

How many times in the past month has your [spouse/partner] had 5 or more drinks on the same occasion?

Min = 0; Max = 31

Consider a drink to be one beer, one glass of wine or 1½ oz. of liquor.

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR)

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR) - Question identifier:DUR_R100

The following questions ask about the use of drugs. Please do not include medications that are taken (on a doctor's prescription) or bought over-the-counter. Remember that all information provided is strictly confidential

Press <1> to continue.

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR) - Question identifier:DUR_Q100

In the past month, did you use marijuana, hashish, hash oil or other cannabis derivatives?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR) - Question identifier:DUR_Q105

How often (in the past month, did you use marijuana, hashish, hash oil or other cannabis derivatives)?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR) - Question identifier:DUR_Q110

In the past month, did you use any other non prescribed drugs for example magic mushrooms, cocaine, speed, methamphetamine, ecstasy, PCP, mescaline or heroin?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of Respondent (DUR) - Question identifier:DUR_Q115

How often (in the past month, did you use any other non prescribed drugs for example magic mushrooms, cocaine, speed, methamphetamine, ecstasy, PCP, mescaline or heroin)?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of spouse/Partner (DUP)

Drug Use of spouse/Partner (DUP) - Question identifier:DUP_Q100

In the past month, did your [spouse/partner] use marijuana, hashish, hash oil or other cannabis derivatives?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of spouse/Partner (DUP) - Question identifier:DUP_Q105

How often (in the past month, did your [spouse/partner] use marijuana, hashish, hash oil or other cannabis derivatives)?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of spouse/Partner (DUP) - Question identifier:DUP_Q110

In the past month, did your [spouse/partner] use any other non prescribed drugs for example magic mushrooms, cocaine, speed, methamphetamine, ecstasy, PCP, mescaline or heroin?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Drug Use of spouse/Partner (DUP) - Question identifier:DUP_Q115

How often (in the past month, did your [spouse/partner] use any other non prescribed drugs for example magic mushrooms, cocaine, speed, methamphetamine, ecstasy, PCP, mescaline or heroin)?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Every day
  • 2: 4-6 times a week
  • 3: 2-3 times a week
  • 4: Once a week
  • 5: Once or twice in the past month
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Homeless (HOM)

Homeless (HOM) - Question identifier:HOM_Q10

Have you ever been homeless; that is, having to live in a shelter, on the street, or in an abandoned building?

Examples could include individuals living in emergency temporary shelters, in other locations not intended for human habitation (e.g. laneways, sidewalks, etc.).

Please do not include individuals living with family/friends, strangers, in hotels, hostels or rented accommodations. Do not include homelessness outside of Canada.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Homeless (HOM) - Question identifier:HOM_Q20

What is the longest period of time for which you have been homeless?

  • 1: Less than 1 month
  • 2: 1 month to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year and over
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Homeless (HOM) - Question identifier:HOM_Q30

Have you ever had to temporarily live with family or friends, in your car or anywhere else because you had nowhere else to live?

Examples could include individuals that are "couch surfing" or without a regular or stable dwelling.

Please do not include individuals living in hotels, hostels or rented accommodations.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Homeless (HOM) - Question identifier:HOM_Q40

What is the longest period of time for which you had to live with family, friends, in your car or anywhere else because you had nowhere else to live?

  • 1: Less than 1 month
  • 2: 1 month to less than 1 year
  • 3: 1 year and over
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Immigration extended block (BPR)

Immigration extended block (BPR) - Question identifier:BPR_Q02

In which province or territory were you born?

Ask the respondent to specify province or territory of birth according to current boundaries.

  • 10: Newfoundland and Labrador
  • 11: Prince Edward Island
  • 12: Nova Scotia
  • 13: New Brunswick
  • 24: Quebec
  • 35: Ontario
  • 46: Manitoba
  • 47: Saskatchewan
  • 48: Alberta
  • 59: British Columbia
  • 60: Yukon
  • 61: Northwest Territories
  • 62: Nunavut
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Immigration extended block (BPR) - Question identifier:BPR_Q15

In what year did you first come to Canada to live?

Min = 1871; Max = 2100

The respondent may have first come to live in Canada on a work or study permit or by claiming refugee status.


If the respondent moved to Canada more than once, enter the first year they arrived in Canada (excluding vacation time spent in Canada).

If the respondent cannot give the exact year of arrival in Canada, ask for a best estimate of the year.

Immigration extended block (BPR) - Question identifier:BPR_Q16

Are you now, or have you ever been a landed immigrant in Canada?

A landed immigrant, or permanent resident, is a person who has been granted the right to live in Canada permanently by immigration authorities.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Immigration extended block (BPR) - Question identifier:BPR_Q17

In what year did you first become a landed immigrant in Canada?

Min = 1871; Max = 2100

If respondent cannot give exact year of immigration, ask for a best estimate of the year.

Birthplace of spouse/Partner (BPP)

Birthplace of spouse/Partner (BPP) - Question identifier:BPP_Q10

In what country was your ^DT_MSTATUS_E born?

Ask the respondent to specify country of birth according to current boundaries.

Start typing the name of the country to activate function.

Enter "CAN" to select Canada.

Enter "Other - Specify" if the country is not part of the list.

  • 1: Search
  • 2: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Birthplace of spouse/Partner (BPP) - Question identifier:BPP_Q20

In which province or territory?

Report place of birth according to current boundaries.

  • 10: Newfoundland and Labrador
  • 11: Prince Edward Island
  • 12: Nova Scotia
  • 13: New Brunswick
  • 24: Quebec
  • 35: Ontario
  • 46: Manitoba
  • 47: Saskatchewan
  • 48: Alberta
  • 59: British Columbia
  • 60: Yukon
  • 61: Northwest Territories
  • 62: Nunavut
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Aboriginal Minimum (AMB)

Aboriginal Minimum (AMB) - Question identifier:AMB_Q01

Are you an Aboriginal person, that is, First Nations, Métis or Inuk (Inuit)? First Nations includes Status and Non-Status Indians.

The terms "First Nations" and "North American Indian" can be interchanged. Some respondents may prefer one term over the other.

"Inuit" is the plural form of "Inuk".

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Aboriginal Minimum (AMB) - Question identifier:AMB_Q02

Are you First Nations, Métis or Inuk (Inuit)?

If the respondent has already specified the Aboriginal group(s), select the group(s) from the list below; if not, ask:Mark all that apply.

First Nations (North American Indian) includes Status and Non-Status Indians.

The terms "First Nations" and "North American Indian" can be interchanged. Some respondents may prefer one term over the other.

"Inuit" is the plural form of "Inuk".

  • 11: First Nations (North American Indian)
  • 12: Métis
  • 13: Inuk (Inuit)
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Aboriginal Identity of spouse/Partner (AIP)

Aboriginal Identity of spouse/Partner (AIP) - Question identifier:AIP_Q01

Is your [spouse/partner] an Aboriginal person (that is, First Nations, Métis or Inuk [Inuit])?

The terms "First Nations" and "North American Indian" can be interchanged. First Nations includes Status and Non-Status Indians. Some respondents may prefer one term over the other.

"Inuit" is the plural form of "Inuk".

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Aboriginal Identity of spouse/Partner (AIP) - Question identifier:AIP_Q02

Is your [spouse/partner] First Nations, Métis or Inuk (Inuit)?

If the respondent has already specified the Aboriginal group(s), select the group(s) from the list below; if not, ask:Mark all that apply.

First Nations (North American Indian) includes Status and Non-Status Indians.

The terms "First Nations" and "North American Indian" can be interchanged. Some respondents may prefer one term over the other.

"Inuit" is the plural form of "Inuk".

  • 11: First Nations (North American Indian)
  • 12: Métis
  • 13: Inuk (Inuit)
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Population Group (PG)

Population Group (PG) - Question identifier:PG_Q01

You may belong to one or more racial or cultural groups on the following list.

Are you... ?

Read categories to respondent and mark up to 4 responses that apply.

If respondent answers "mixed", "bi-racial" or "multi-racial", etc, probe for specific groups and mark each one separately (e.g., White, Black, Chinese).

Aboriginal people or First Nations are not included in the list of response categories because the Employment Equity Act defines visible minorities as "persons, other than Aboriginal persons, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour". Guidelines state that "Due to their status as First Nation people, Aboriginal peoples are specifically excluded from the definition".

Under the Employment Equity Act, Aboriginal Peoples are considered to be a separate designated group.

  • 01: White
  • 02: South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan)
  • 03: Chinese
  • 04: Black
  • 05: Filipino
  • 06: Latin American
  • 07: Arab
  • 08: Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, Cambodian,
    Malaysian, Laotian)
  • 09: West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan)
  • 10: Korean
  • 11: Japanese
  • 12: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Visible Minority status of respondent's spouse/Partner (VMP)

Visible Minority status of respondent's spouse/Partner (VMP) - Question identifier:VMP_Q110

Is your [spouse/partner] ...?

Read categories to respondent.
Mark up to 4 responses.

  • 01: White
  • 02: South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan)
  • 03: Chinese
  • 04: Black
  • 05: Filipino
  • 06: Latin American
  • 07: Arab
  • 08: Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, Cambodian,
    Malaysian, Laotian)
  • 09: West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan)
  • 10: Korean
  • 11: Japanese
  • 12: Other - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Discrimination (DIS)

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q10

In the past 5 years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:

your sex?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q15

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your ethnicity or culture?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q20

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your race or colour?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q25

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your physical appearance (other than skin colour)?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc. Physical appearance includes weight, height, hair style/colour, clothing, jewelry, tattoos and other physical characteristics excluding skin colour.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q30

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your religion?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q35

In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:

your sexual orientation?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q40

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your age?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q45

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

a disability (physical or mental)?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q50

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada because of:)

your language?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination (DIS) - Question identifier:DIS_Q55

(In the past five years, have you experienced discrimination or been treated unfairly by others in Canada:)

for some other reason?

Discrimination means treating people differently, negatively or adversely because of their race, age, religion, sex, etc.

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS)

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q20

In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:

in a store, bank or restaurant?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q25

(In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:)

at work or when applying for a job or promotion?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q30

(In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:)

when dealing with the police?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q35

(In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:)

when dealing with the courts?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q60

(In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:)

when crossing the border into Canada?

Do not include incidences of discrimination upon leaving Canada.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Have not crossed the border into Canada in past 5 years
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Discrimination - Types of Situations experienced by respondent (DTS) - Question identifier:DTS_Q65

(In what types of situations have you experienced discrimination in the past 5 years? Was it:)

any other situation?

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Religion Extended (REE)

Religion Extended (REE) - Question identifier:REE_Q01

What is your religion?

Specify one denomination or religion only, even if you are not currently a practicing member of that group.

For infants or children, religion refers to the specific religious group, denomination, or system of beliefs in which they will be raised, if any.

Respondent does not have to be practicing.

If respondent answers "Catholic", ask "by Catholic do you mean Roman Catholic, Ukrainian Catholic or something else?"

If respondent answers Christian, Protestant or Orthodox, ask "Which denomination or church?" If no specific denomination or church can be given, record original response. If respondent provides more than one response, ask about the religion which is most important to them or which they practice most often.

Start typing the name of the religion to activate the search function.
Enter "Other - Specify" if the name of the religion is not part of the list.
If no religion, enter "No religion".

  • 1: Search
  • 2: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Religion Extended (REE) - Question identifier:REE_Q02

Not counting events such as weddings or funerals, during the past 12 months, how often did you participate in religious activities or attend religious services or meetings?

Read categories to respondent.
Exclude events such as weddings, funerals, baptisms, bar mitzvahs or other rites of passage.

All respondents should be asked the religious participation question, even if they said that they were not affiliated with a religion. For example, some respondents who said that they had "no religion", may attend religious services with family or friends on holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Chanukkah or Ramadan.

  • 1: At least once a week
  • 2: At least once a month
  • 3: At least 3 times a year
  • 4: Once or twice a year
  • 5: Not at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Religion Extended (REE) - Question identifier:REE_Q03

In the past 12 months, how often did you engage in religious or spiritual activities on your own, including prayer, meditation and other forms of worship taking place at home or in any other location?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: At least once a day
  • 2: At least once a week
  • 3: At least once a month
  • 4: At least 3 times a year
  • 5: Once or twice a year
  • 6: Not at all
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Importance of Religion (RLR)

Importance of Religion (RLR) - Question identifier:RLR_Q110

How important are your religious or spiritual beliefs to the way you live your life? Would you say they are ...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Very important
  • 2: Somewhat important
  • 3: Not very important
  • 4: Not at all important
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Religion of spouse/Partner (ROP)

Religion of spouse/Partner (ROP) - Question identifier:ROP_Q01

What is your [spouse/partner]'s religion?

Specify one denomination or religion only, even if he or she is not currently a practicing member of that group.

If respondent answers "Catholic", ask "by Catholic do you mean Roman Catholic, Ukrainian Catholic or something else?"

If respondent answers Christian, Protestant or Orthodox, ask "Which denomination or church?" If no specific denomination or church can be given, record original response in "Other -Specify". If respondent provides more than one response, ask about the religion which is most important to them or which they practice most often.

Start typing the name of the religion to activate the search function.
Enter "Other - Specify" if the name of the religion is not part of the list.
If no religion, enter "No religion".

  • 1: Search
  • 2: Other - Specify
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Language Minimum (LAN)

Language Minimum (LAN) - Question identifier:LAN_Q01

Of English or French, which language(s) do you speak well enough to conduct a conversation? Is it... ?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: English only
  • 2: French only
  • 3: Both English and French
  • 4: Neither English nor French
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Sexual Orientation of Respondent (SOR)

Sexual Orientation of Respondent (SOR) - Question identifier:SOR_R110

The following question asks about sexual orientation.

Press <1> to continue.

Sexual Orientation of Respondent (SOR) - Question identifier:SOR_Q110

Do you consider yourself to be ...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Heterosexual (sexual relations with people of the opposite sex)
  • 2: Homosexual, that is lesbian or gay (sexual relations with people of your own sex)
  • 3: Bisexual (sexual relations with people of both sexes)
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV)

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_R020

Now, I'd like to ask you some questions about any activities that you did without pay on behalf of a group or an organization in the past 12 months.

Press <1> to continue.

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q020

This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you do any:

canvassing?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q030

(This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you do any:)

fundraising?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q040

(This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you:)

sit as a member of a committee or board?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q050

(This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you do any:)

teaching, educating or mentoring?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q060

(This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you:)

organize, supervise or coordinate activities or events?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q070

In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization:
(This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

office work, bookkeeping, administrative duties, or library work?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q080

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

coach, referee or officiate?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q090

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

counsel or provide advice?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q100

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

provide health care or support including companionship?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q110

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

collect, serve or deliver food or other goods?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q120

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations.)

Did you do any:

work associated with the maintenance, repair or building of facilities or grounds?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q130

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you do any:)

volunteer driving?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q140

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you:)

provide help through first aid, fire-fighting, or search and rescue?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q150

(In the past 12 months, did you do any of the following activities without pay on behalf of a group or an organization. This includes any unpaid help you provided to schools, religious organizations, sports or community associations. Did you:)

engage in activities aimed at conservation or protection of the environment or wildlife?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Formal Volunteering (FV) - Question identifier:FV_Q160

In the past 12 months, did you do any other unpaid activities on behalf of a group or an organization?

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG)

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_R010

The next set of questions deal with financial donations that you may have made to a charitable or non-profit organization. Exclude donations such as food, clothing and household goods.

Press <1> to continue.

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_R030

This includes any financial donations that you made personally or jointly with your [spouse/partner].

Press <1> to continue.

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q030

In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:

by responding to a request through the mail?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q040

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by responding to a telephone request? Do not include any donations already mentioned.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q050

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by responding to a television or radio request, or a telethon? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q060

In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:

online? Do not include any donations you have already mentioned.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q070

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by approaching a charitable or non-profit organization on your own? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q080

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by paying to attend a charity event? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

Examples of charity events include: charity picnics, concerts, and dinners.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q090

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by donating in the name of someone who has passed away, or 'in memoriam'? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q100

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

when asked by someone at work? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 3: Not applicable
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q110

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

when asked by someone doing door-to-door canvassing? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q120

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

when asked by someone canvassing for a charitable organization at a shopping centre or on the street? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q130

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

through a collection at a church, synagogue, mosque or other place of worship? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q140

(In the past 12 months, did you make a charitable donation:)

by sponsoring someone in an event such as a walk-a-thon? (Do not include any donations already mentioned.)

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Financial Giving to Charitable Organizations (FG) - Question identifier:FG_Q170

In the past 12 months, were there any other methods in which you gave money to a charitable or non-profit organization? Do not include any donations already mentioned.

Exclude all non-financial donations such as food, clothing or household goods.

  • 1: Yes - Specify
  • 2: No
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR)

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q025

What was your main source of income during the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR?

Do not include capital gains/losses or withdrawals from pension plan or RRSP.

  • 00: No income
  • 01: Employment including wages, salaries, commissions and tips
  • 02: Self-employment such as unincorporated business, professional practice or farm
  • 03: Investment income (dividends, interest or net rents from real estate)
  • 04: RRSPs or RRIFs (registered retirement income funds)
  • 05: Employment Insurance (or Quebec Parental Insurance Plan)
  • 06: Workers' Compensation
  • 07: Benefits from Canada or Quebec Pension Plan
  • 08: Retirement pensions, superannuation and annuities
  • 09: Basic Old Age Security
  • 10: Guaranteed Income Supplement or Survivor's Allowance (from federal government only)
  • 11: Child Tax Benefit or family allowances
  • 12: Provincial, territorial or municipal social assistance or welfare
  • 13: Child Support/Alimony
  • 14: Other Income - Specify
  • 98: RF
  • 99: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q032

What is your best estimate of your total personal income, before taxes and deductions, from all sources during the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR?

Min = -9000000; Max = 90000000

Capital gains should not be included in the personal income.

Income can come from various sources such as from work, investments, pensions or government. Examples include Employment Insurance, Social Assistance, Child Tax Benefit and other income such as child support, spousal support (alimony) and rental income.

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q033

Can you estimate in which of the following groups your total personal income falls for the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR? Was it...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Less than $30,000 (including income loss)
  • 2: Or $30,000 or more
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q034

Please stop me when I have read the category which applies to you. Was it...?

Read categories to respondent until the respondent has identified the correct amount. Please confirm answer.

  • 1: Less than $5,000
  • 2: $5,000 to less than $10,000
  • 3: $10,000 to less than $15,000
  • 4: $15,000 to less than $20,000
  • 5: $20,000 to less than $25,000
  • 6: Or $25,000 to less than $30,000
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q035

Please stop me when I have read the category which applies to you. Was it...?

Read categories to respondent until the respondent has identified the correct amount. Please confirm answer.

  • 1: $30,000 to less than $40,000
  • 2: $40,000 to less than $50,000
  • 3: $50,000 to less than $60,000
  • 4: $60,000 to less than $80,000
  • 5: $80,000 to less than $100,000
  • 6: $100,000 to less than $150,000
  • 7: Or $150,000 or more
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q040

Not including you, how many other household members received income from any source during that period (the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR)?

Min = 0; Max = 19

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q110

What is your best estimate of your total household income, received by all household members, from all sources, before taxes and deductions, during the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR?

Min = -9000000; Max = 90000000

Capital gains should not be included in the household income.

Income can come from various sources such as from work, investments, pensions or government. Examples include Employment Insurance, Social Assistance, Child Tax Benefit and other income such as child support, spousal support (alimony) and rental income.

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q120

Can you estimate in which of the following groups your total household income falls for the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR? Was it...?

Read categories to respondent.

  • 1: Less than $50,000 (including income loss)
  • 2: Or $50,000 or more
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q130

(Can you estimate in which of the following groups your total household income falls for the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR?)

Please stop me when I have read the category which applies to your household. Was it...?

Read categories to respondent until the respondent has identified the correct amount.

  • 1: ^Q130_1_E
  • 2: ^Q130_2_E
  • 3: ^Q130_3_E
  • 4: ^Q130_4_E
  • 5: ^Q130_5_E
  • 6: ^Q130_6_E
  • 7: ^Q130_7_E
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Personal and household income (INR) - Question identifier:INR_Q140

Can you estimate in which of the following groups your total household income falls for the year ending December 31, ^DV_PASTYEAR?

Please stop me when I have read the category which applies to your household. Was it...?

Read categories to respondent until the respondent has identified the correct amount.

  • 1: ^Q140_1_E
  • 2: ^Q140_2_E
  • 3: ^Q140_3_E
  • 4: ^Q140_4_E
  • 5: ^Q140_5_E
  • 6: ^Q140_6_E
  • 7: ^Q140_7_E
  • 8: RF
  • 9: DK

Record Linkage Statement (RLS)

Record Linkage Statement (RLS) - Question identifier:RLS_Q01

To enrich the data from this survey, while minimizing the reporting burden for respondents, Statistics Canada may add information from other surveys or administrative data sources.

Press <1>, unless respondent objects to combining responses with other data sources.

  • 1: Continue
  • 2: Respondent does not want his/her responses combined with other sources
  • 3: Other [e.g. respondent hung up, interview suspended / interrupted]
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