Victims of police-reported violent crime, by intimate and non-intimate partners and most serious weapon present, Canada, 2010
|Type of weapon||Victims of spousal violence||Victims of dating violence||Victims of intimate partner violenceNote 1||Victims of non-intimate partner violenceNote 2|
|No weaponNote 3||7,809||17||11,717||22||19,526||20||62,806||23|
|Other weaponNote 5||2,682||6||3,001||6||5,683||6||21,335||8|
|Unknown||2,147||Note …: not applicable||1,754||Note …: not applicable||3,901||Note …: not applicable||15,433||Note …: not applicable|
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1. Intimate partner violence refers to violence committed by legally married, separated, divorced, and common-law, dating partners (current and previous) and other intimate partners. The intimate partner category is based on victims aged 15 to 89.
2. Non-intimate partner violence refers to violence committed by other family members (parent, child, sibling, and extended family), friends, acquaintances, business relationships, criminal relationships, authority figures, and strangers. The non-intimate partner category is based on victims aged 0 to 89.
3. Includes threats that are construed to imply that death or injury is possible.
4. Knife includes other piercing/cutting instrument, such as a hatchet, razor blade or arrow.
5. Includes other types of weapons such as explosives, fire, motor vehicles, or poison.
Note: Excludes incidents where the sex and/or age of victim was unknown and where the relationship between the victim and the accused was unknown. Unknown weapons are excluded in the calculation of percentages. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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