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This chapter presents the main descriptive results of the effects of the Chilean Criminal Procedure Reform in four dimensions: victimisation and reporting practices, fear of crime , weapons ownership and public opinion about criminal justice actors. The results show changes across these indicators during the period of the reform, although there are significant differences among the effects between different social groups. While for some the reform did mean an increase in expressive trust, victimisation and reporting practices were not affected in the same way. Weapons ownership did show a significant decrease during the period, meaning that, at least in some way, the rule of law seems to have been strengthened by the reform.
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