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Tables, figures and appendices

Tables

Table 1 Estimated number and rate of spousal violence incidents against women and men 15 years of age and over, past five years, 2004

Table 2 Number of spousal homicides in Canada, the provinces and territories by sex of victim, 1975 to 2004

Table 3 Economic costs of violence against women

Table 4 Number of victim services in Canada, the provinces and territories, by type of service, 2002/03

Table 5 Number and proportion of male and female spousal violence cases, by offence type

Table 6 Percentage of female victims of current spousal violence who reported to police in the previous year, by victim characteristics, 2004

Table 7 Percentage of spousal violence victims who reported to police, by incident characteristics, 2004

Table 8 Annual number of women and children using shelters in the provinces and territories, by fiscal year

Table 9 Use of victim services in the provinces, October 22, 2003

Table 10 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal victims of homicide in Canada, by sex and accused-victim relationship, 1997 to 2004

Table 11 Victims of homicide in the territories and provinces, by accused-victim relationship, 1975 to 2004

Figures

Figure 1 Five-year rates of spousal assault, 1993, 1999 and 2004

Figure 2 One-year rates of spousal assault, 1993, 1999 and 2004

Figure 3 Five-year rates of spousal assault against women by province, 1999 and 2004

Figure 4 Types of spousal violence experienced by women and men, 2004

Figure 5 Women experience more serious violence than men, 2004

Figure 6 Changes in the severity of spousal assaults against women over time, 1993, 1999 and 2004

Figure 7 Number of intimate partner assaults reported to police by offender relationship to victim, 1998 to 2004

Figure 8 Rates of spousal homicide by sex of victim, 1975 to 2004

Figure 9 Percent distribution of persons accused of spousal homicide by gender and most serious violation, 1975 to 2004

Figure 10 Percentage of spousal homicides with a history of domestic violence between victim and offender, by offender relationship to victim, 1991 to 2004

Figure 11 Average spousal homicide rates by province and territory, 1975 to 2004

Figure 12 Total sexual assaults and level I sexual assaults reported to police, Canada, 1983 to 2004

Figure 13 Level II and level III sexual assaults reported to the police, Canada, 1983 to 2004

Figure 14 Number of criminal harassment incidents reported to police, by offender relationship to victim, 1998 to 2004

Figure 15 Women more likely than men to experience stalking, past five years, 2004

Figure 16 Percentage of women and men aged 15 years and over who reported some form of stalking, by relationship of stalker to victim, past five years, 2004

Figure 17 Percentage of women and men aged 15 years and over who reported some form of stalking, by type of stalking, past five years, 2004

Figure 18 Female victims stalked by an ex-spouse are more likely to experience violence or threats, 2004

Figure 19 Psychological consequences of spousal violence victims, 2004

Figure 20 Impact of spousal violence for victims

Figure 21 Societal impacts of spousal violence

Figure 22 One-year rates of sexual assault and criminal harassment against women, by woman's age, 2004

Figure 23 Rates of spousal homicide by age group and sex of victim, 1975 to 2004

Figure 24 Sexual offences recorded by police, by sex and age group of victims, 2004

Figure 25 Spousal homicide accused-victim relationships compared to the percentage distribution of marital status in the general population, 1991 to 2004

Figure 26 Percentage of women assaulted by partners when psychological abuse was present (current partner), 2004

Figure 27 Percentage of women assaulted by partners when psychological abuse was present (previous partner), 2004

Figure 28 Five-year rates of spousal violence by visible minority status and sex of victim, 1999 and 2004

Figure 29 Five-year rates of spousal violence for immigrant women, 1999 and 2004

Figure 30 Five-year rates of psychological abuse against women by spousal partners, by type of abuse and visible minority status, 2004

Figure 31 Five-year rates of psychological abuse against spousal partners, by type of abuse and immigrant status, 2004

Figure 32 Change in the number of shelters

Figure 33 Number of treatment programs for violent men

Figure 34 Convictions for crimes of violence, by offence type and offender-victim relationship, 1997/98 to 2001/02

Figure 35 Sentences in spousal violence cases compared to other cases, 1997/98 to 2001/02

Figure 36 Sentences in spousal violence cases, by sex of convicted person, 1997/98 to 2001/02

Figure 37 Mean prison and probation sentence length for violent crime cases, 1997/98 to 2001/02

Figure 38 Length of prison and probation sentences for spousal violence cases, by sex of convicted person, 1997/98 to 2001/02

Figure 39 Conviction rates in adult court for sexual assault and other violent crimes, 2003/04

Figure 40 Percentage of cases with convictions in adult court resulting in a prison term, 2003/04

Figure 41 Percentage of spousal violence victims who reported to police, by sex of victim, 1993, 1999 and 2004

Figure 42 Types of social services used by spousal violence victims

Figure 43 Annual number of women and children using shelters, Canada

Figure 44 Rates of women admitted to shelters for reasons of abuse, April 14, 2004, Canada, the provinces and territories

Figure 45 Use of victim services, October 22, 2003, Canada

Figure 46 Rates of spousal violence, by Aboriginal origin, 1999 and 2004

Figure 47 Seriousness of spousal assaults on women, by Aboriginal status, 1999 and 2004

Figure 48 Consequences of spousal violence for women, by Aboriginal status, 2004

Figure 49 Rates of psychological abuse by spousal partners, by type of abuse and Aboriginal status, 2004

Figure 50 Rates of spousal homicide, by sex of victim and Aboriginal status, 1997 to 2000

Figure 51 Percentage of Aboriginal women who used social services and reported spousal violence to the police, 2004

Figure 52 Rates of spousal assault in the territories, 2004

Figure 53 Rates of sexual offences per 100,000 population in Canada, the provinces and territories, 2004

Figure 54 Rates of sexual offences in the territories, 1983 to 2004

Figure 55 Homicide rates in the territories, by sex of victim, all ages, 1975 to 2004

Figure 56 Spousal homicide rates in the territories, by age group and sex of victim, 1975 to 2004

Figure 57 Use of victim services, October 22, 2003, Yukon Territory

Figure 58 Use of victim services, October 22, 2003, Northwest Territories

Appendices

Appendix 1 Economic equality indicators

Table A1.1 Income and earnings trends

Table A1.2 Women in justice-related occupations

Appendix 2 Criminal Code Offences

Appendix 3 Provincial and Territorial domestic violence legislation


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