Table 11
Perceptions of local police and criminal courts, by Aboriginal identity and territory, 2014

Table 11
Perceptions of local police and criminal courts, by Aboriginal identity and territory, 2014
Table summary
This table displays the results of Perceptions of local police and criminal courts. The information is grouped by Perceptions of local police and criminal courts (appearing as row headers), Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, All territories, Aboriginal people, Non-Aboriginal people and Total, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Perceptions of local police and criminal courts Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut All territories
Aboriginal people Non-Aboriginal people TotalNote 
percent
How much confidence do you have in the police? Is it...?  
A great deal of confidence 36 40 32 30Note ** 43 36
Some confidence 49 46 43 46 47 46
Not very much confidence 10 10Note E: Use with caution 16Note ** 16Note ** 6 12
No confidence at all 3Note E: Use with cautionNote ** 4Note E: Use with caution 5Note * 5Note ** 2Note E: Use with caution 4
Don’t know/refusal 2Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published Note F: too unreliable to be published Note F: too unreliable to be published Note F: too unreliable to be published 2Note E: Use with caution
Do you think your local police force does a good job, an average job or a poor job:  
of enforcing the laws?  
Good job 50 51 44Note * 41Note ** 57 49
Average job 38 35 39 41Note ** 33 37
Poor job 8Note ** 12Note E: Use with caution 12 14Note ** 7 11
Don’t know/refusal 4Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with cautionNote ** 5Note E: Use with caution 5Note E: Use with cautionNote * 3Note E: Use with caution 4
of promptly responding to calls?  
Good job 48Note ** 41 41 38Note ** 50 44
Average job 27 32 30 32Note * 27 30
Poor job 10Note ** 17 21Note ** 23Note ** 8 16
Don’t know/refusal 15Note ** 9 8Note E: Use with cautionNote ** 7Note ** 15 11
of being approachable and easy to talk to?  
Good job 66 65 62 59Note ** 70 64
Average job 21 23 23 25Note ** 19 22
Poor job 7 6Note E: Use with caution 10Note ** 10Note ** 4Note E: Use with caution 8
Don’t know/refusal 6 6Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published 6Note E: Use with caution 6 6
of supplying information to the public on ways to prevent crime?  
Good job 43 42 41 39Note * 45 42
Average job 33 35 28Note ** 31 33 32
Poor job 13Note ** 16 24Note ** 23Note ** 12 17
Don’t know/refusal 11Note ** 6Note ** 7Note E: Use with caution 7Note * 10 8
of ensuring the safety of the citizens in your area?  
Good job 59 57 57 54Note ** 62 58
Average job 29 32 30 32 29 30
Poor job 6Note E: Use with caution 8 8Note E: Use with caution 9Note ** 5Note E: Use with caution 7
Don’t know/refusal 6Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with cautionNote ** 5Note E: Use with caution 5Note E: Use with caution 4 4
of treating people fairly?  
Good job 50 54 53 49Note ** 56 52
Average job 31 32 28 31 30 30
Poor job 12Note E: Use with caution 11 14 15Note ** 8 12
Don’t know/refusal 8Note ** 4Note E: Use with cautionNote ** Note F: too unreliable to be published 5Note E: Use with caution 6 6
How much confidence do you have in the Canadian criminal courts? Is it...?  
A great deal of confidence 13 16 16 16 14 15
Some confidence 53 50 48 47Note ** 54 51
Not very much confidence 22 21 19 19 21 21
No confidence at all 6 7 7 8Note ** 5 7
Don’t know/refusal 6Note E: Use with caution 7Note E: Use with caution 11Note E: Use with cautionNote * 9Note ** 6 8
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