Table 1
Victimization incidents (including spousal violence) reported by Canadians, by Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal people, and type of offence, provinces and territories, 2014

Table 1
Victimization incidents (including spousal violence) reported by Canadians, by Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal people, and type of offence, provinces and territories, 2014
Table summary
This table displays the results of Victimization incidents (including spousal violence) reported by Canadians. The information is grouped by Type of offence (appearing as row headers), Aboriginal people and Non-Aboriginal people, calculated using number (thousands) and rate units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Type of offence Aboriginal peopleNote 1Note 2 Non-Aboriginal peopleNote 3Note 
number (thousands) rate number (thousands) rate
Sexual assaultNote 4 56Note E: Use with caution 58Note E: Use with caution Note * 577 20
RobberyNote 4 14Note E: Use with caution 15Note E: Use with caution 176 6
Physical assaultNote 4 88Note E: Use with caution 90Note E: Use with caution Note * 1,341 47
Total violent victimizationNote 4 159 163Note * 2,094 74
Break and enterNote 5 21Note E: Use with caution 74Note E: Use with caution Note * 391 30
Motor vehicle/parts theftNote 5 5Note E: Use with caution 18Note E: Use with caution 231 18
Theft of household propertyNote 5 28Note E: Use with caution 97Note * 684 52
VandalismNote 5 16Note E: Use with caution 55Note E: Use with caution 514 39
Total household victimizationNote 5 70 244Note * 1,820 138
Theft of personal propertyNote 4 98 101Note * 2,062 72
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