The National Crime Victimization Survey was undertaken to map out and analyze the trends of crime victimization to inform policy interventions. Notably, the survey found out that over 50% of Kenyans reported to have been direct victims of crimes over the last one year – with property-related crimes and offences against persons as the most prevalent crimes in the country. A multiplicity of factors perpetuates crime victimization in the country; key among them are vulnerabilities occasioned by unemployment; illicit alcohol, drugs and substance abuse; weak law enforcement; corruption in some criminal justice agencies. Report on  National Victimization Survey