Senior victims of police-reported violent crime, by accused-victim relationship and sex of victim, Canada, 2010
|number||rateNote 1||number||rateNote 1||number||rateNote 1|
|Grown childNote 2||668||27||488||24||1,156||25|
|Extended familyNote 5||304||12||234||11||538||12|
|Total friends, acquaintances, other||1,301||52||2,033||98||3,334||73|
|Friend or acquaintanceNote 6||1,017||41||1,577||76||2,594||57|
|Dating partnerNote 7||125||5||97||5||222||5|
|Unknown||1||Note …: not applicable||3||Note …: not applicable||4||Note …: not applicable|
|Total violence against seniors||3,978||159||4,492||217||8,470||185|
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1. Rates are calculated on the basis of 100,000 seniors (65 to 89 years). Populations based upon July 1st estimates from Statistics Canada, Demography Division.
2. Includes biological, step, adoptive and foster children. Includes a small number of victims where the relationship of the accused to the victim was recoded to grown child.
3. Includes current and former legally married and common-law spouses.
4. Includes biological, step, adoptive and foster brothers and sisters.
5. Includes all other family members related by blood, marriage or adoption. Examples include grandchildren, uncles, aunts, cousins and in-laws.
6. Includes friends, neighbours, authority figures and casual acquaintances.
7. Includes girlfriend/boyfriend (current and previous) and other intimate partners.
Note: Excludes incidents where the victim's sex and/or age was unknown.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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