Homicides victims, by Aboriginal identity and sex, 2014 to 2016
|Number – Aboriginal||Rate1 – Aboriginal||Number – Non-Aboriginal||Rate2 – Non-Aboriginal|
|Total homicide victims3||120||7.30||396||1.17|
|Male homicide victims||90||11.11||276||1.65|
|Female homicide victims||30||3.60||120||0.70|
|Total homicide victims3||148||8.76||455||1.34|
|Male homicide victims||107||12.83||321||1.90|
|Female homicide victims||41||4.79||134||0.78|
|Total homicide victims3||142||8.19||460||1.34|
|Male homicide victims||113||13.20||341||2.00|
|Female homicide victims||29||3.30||119||0.69|
Complete data on Aboriginal identity are available for male victims starting in 2014 and for female victims starting in 1980.
Rates are calculated per 100,000 Aboriginal population, by sex.
Rates are calculated per 100,000 non-Aboriginal population, by sex.
Total homicide victims excludes persons where the Aboriginal identity was reported as unknown by police (e.g., 1% of victims in 2016).
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