Table 10
Youth accused of police-reported crime, by selected offences and by province and territory, 2012

Table 10
Youth accused of police-reported crime, by selected offences and by province and territory, 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of police-reported youth crime for selected offences. The information is grouped by province
or territory (appearing as row headers), homicide, robbery, major assault
(levels 2 and 3) and total violent crime, calculated using number, rate and percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Province
or territory
HomicideNote 1 Robbery Major assault
(Levels 2 and 3)Note 2
Total violent crimeNote 3
number rate rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012Note 4 rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012
Newfoundland and Labrador 0 0.0 27 Note ...: not applicable 270 3 2,027 -3
Prince Edward Island 0 0.0 55 Note ...: not applicable 137 1 1,710 16
Nova Scotia 0 0.0 161 -7 294 -7 2,755 3
New Brunswick 0 0.0 34 -9 240 4 1,971 -11
Quebec 2 0.4 126 -7 206 -15 1,562 -7
Ontario 15 1.6 187 -12 155 -13 1,413 -9
Manitoba 6 6.0 286 -5 588 -5 3,070 -1
Saskatchewan 6 7.2 207 6 594 3 3,184 -7
Alberta 4 1.5 102 -7 232 -12 1,631 -9
British Columbia 0 0.0 119 2 168 -11 1,125 -9
Yukon 0 0.0 0 Note ...: not applicable 952 65 4,220 5
Northwest Territories 0 0.0 113 Note ...: not applicable 819 -31 7,480 2
Nunavut 1 24.7 74 Note ...: not applicable 519 -45 5,583 -3
Canada 34 1.4 153 -8 219 -10 1,639 -7
Table summary
This table displays the results of police-reported youth crime for selected offences. The information is grouped by province
or territory (appearing as row headers), break and enter, motor vehicle theft, total property crime and total crime
(youth crime rate), calculated using rate and percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Province
or territory
Break and enter Motor vehicle theft Total property crimeNote 3 Total crime
(youth crime rate)Note 3
rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012 rate percent change in rate 2011 to 2012
Newfoundland and Labrador 448 -25 135 -23 2,823 -18 5,746 -11
Prince Edward Island 366 -28 165 -21 3,155 -5 5,487 2
Nova Scotia 606 17 172 -8 4,285 -3 8,824 -1
New Brunswick 459 -2 154 -14 3,070 -4 6,092 -8
Quebec 302 3 103 2 1,759 -5 3,725 -4
Ontario 232 -5 69 -13 2,056 -9 4,193 -8
Manitoba 705 -5 233 4 3,692 1 9,082 -2
Saskatchewan 1,290 -16 500 -17 7,479 -16 15,266 -11
Alberta 353 17 186 -1 3,305 -7 6,453 -7
British Columbia 219 -3 56 -8 2,140 -9 4,268 -9
Yukon 869 41 248 -57 7,116 -20 18,494 1
Northwest Territories 4,093 18 790 -2 18,657 3 34,660 -3
Nunavut 3,582 6 1,062 -23 12,376 -10 23,864 -5
Canada 345 -2 118 -8 2,541 -8 5,224 -7
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