This report presents the main findings from the “Enquête sur la sécurité 2013”. The main objectives of this victimization survey were to measure the prevalence rates of common crimes and to survey attitudes concerning crime and safety. Data were collected from June to August 2013 using computer-assisted telephone interviewing. The target population included people aged 16 years or older living in private households in Luxembourg. In addition, only people with a fixed (landline) telephone number were contacted, and participants were required to speak one of the four interview languages offered (Luxembourgish, French, German, and English). Out of the 8,064 eligible people, 3,025 contacted and interviewable target persons participated in the interview, which corresponds to a response rate of 37.5%.