An increasing number of Catholics in the North are reporting crimes to the PSNI, according to a new poll conducted by the local District Policing Partnerships.
The survey found that 80% of Catholic crime victims and 81% of Protestant victims had made police reports.
More than two-thirds of Catholic victims also said they were satisfied with the PSNI's response to their complaints, with just 17% saying they were unhappy.
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