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Physical injuries from violence and criminalization of violence, by sex, U.S. 2010Repository:
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http://acrosswalls.org/datasets/
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Version: 1.0
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menwomentotalsex ratio (men / women)notes
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violent-injury-related hospital emergency department visits914,228573,7561,487,9841.59from workbook victims-injuries-cause:"men & women injuries"
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police-reported violent victimizations with serious injury145,01568,809213,8242.11estimate based on NIBRS 2010 victim extract data; see below
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police coverage of violent victimizations with serious injury16%12%14%
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police-reported violent victimizations without serious injury1,666,4462,461,0664,127,5120.68
scaled estimates based on NIBRS 2010 victim extract data and NIBRS coverage; see below
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all police-reported violent victimizations1,811,4612,529,8754,341,3360.72men and women defined as persons ages 18 & over
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police-reported violent victimization / hospital-reported violent victimization2.04.42.9
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police-reported violent victimization without serious injury / all police-reported violent victimization92%97%95%
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police-reported victims of violence, NIBRS 2010
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menwomentotalsex ratio (men / women)
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no injury274,033403,743677,7760.68see sheet "designated victims of violence"
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apparently minor injury172,264255,364427,6280.67
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serious injury38,83718,42857,2652.11
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all police-reported victims of violence
485,134677,5351,162,6690.72
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NIBRS 2010 population coverage26.8%
for data on NIBRS 2010 coverage, see workbook punishment-us-dv-arrests:"national DV arrests"
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