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.
Table note 1
Rates are calculated per 100,000 Aboriginal population, by sex.
Table note 2
Rates are calculated per 100,000 non-Aboriginal population, by sex.
Table note 3
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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