Victimization incidents (including spousal violence) reported by Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal people, by type of offence, provinces and territories, 2014
|Number in thousands – Aboriginal people1,2||Rate per thousand – Aboriginal people1,2||Number in thousands – Non-Aboriginal people2,3||Rate per thousand – Non-Aboriginal people2,3|
|Type of offence|
|Total violent victimization4||159||163*||2,094||74|
|Breaking and entering5||21E||74E*||391||30|
|Theft of a motor vehicle or parts5||5E||18E||231||18|
|Theft of household property5||28E||97*||684||52|
|Total household victimization5||70||244*||1,820||138|
|Theft of personal property4||98||101*||2,062||72|
use with caution
significantly different from reference category (p < 0.05)
General Social Survey on Victimization (4504).
Includes those who self-identified as First Nation, Métis or Inuit.
Aboriginal households consist of households in which the two spouses have Aboriginal identity; lone-parent families in which the parent has Aboriginal identity; single people with Aboriginal identity; and other households in which the respondent reported having Aboriginal identity and living with related people only. Non-Aboriginal households consist of households in which the two spouses did not report Aboriginal identity; lone-parent families in which the parent did not report Aboriginal identity; single people that did not report Aboriginal identity; and other households in which the respondent did not report Aboriginal identity and reported living with related people only. The data exclude all other types of households, which accounted for 5% of households.
Rates are calculated per 1,000 population aged 15 years and older.
Rates are calculated per 1,000 households.
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