Table 4.9
Clearance status of police-reported violent incidents against women, by province and territory, 2011

Table 4.9 Clearance status of police-reported violent incidents against women, by province and territory, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of table 4.9 clearance status of police-reported violent incidents against women. The information is grouped by province and territory (appearing as row headers), cleared, not cleared, by charge, by other means and total cleared, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Province and territory Cleared Not cleared
By charge By other meansNote 1 Total cleared
percent
Newfoundland and Labrador 45 21 66 34
Prince Edward Island 41 31 72 28
Nova Scotia 53 25 78 22
New Brunswick 46 26 72 28
Quebec 50 29 79 21
Ontario 61 16 77 23
Manitoba 56 24 80 20
Saskatchewan 47 36 83 18
Alberta 54 25 79 21
British Columbia 51 15 66 35
Yukon 53 32 85 15
Northwest Territories 45 44 89 11
Nunavut 61 33 94 6
Canada 54 22 76 23
1. 'Cleared by other means' includes complainant requests charges not be laid, reasons beyond the control of the department, departmental discretion, suicide of accused, death of accused, death of witness/complainant, accused is less than 12 years of age, committal of accused to mental hospital, accused in foreign country, accused involved in other incidents, accused already sentenced, diversionary programs, incidents cleared by a lesser statute, incident cleared by other municipal/provincial/federal agency.
Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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