A Review of Research on Criminal Victimization and First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples 1990 to 2001
Chart 2: A Comparison of Violent Victimization Rates between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Canadians
Chart 2 “Violent Victimization Rates” compares the violent victimization rates per 1000 people between the Aboriginal population and the non-Aboriginal population. The non-Aboriginal population is labelled “Canada” in the chart.
The Y axis is a scale of number of incidents per 1000 people and ranges from 0.00 to 250.00.
On the x axis are two bars, the smaller one represents the number of incidents per 1000 people in the Canadian population (86 incidents per 1000 people) and the larger bar, violent victimization rates in the Aboriginal population is nearly three times larger than the “Canada” bar (at 206 incidents per 1000 people).
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