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Child victims of family crime in Canada, by accused-victim relationship 2018

This statistic shows the total number of children/youth victims of violent family crime in Canada in 2018, by accused-victim relationship. In 2018, around 11,283 children, aged 17 years or lower were victims of a violent crime carried out by at least one parent.

Number of child victims of violent family crime in Canada in 2018, by accused-victim relationship

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Source

Release date

December 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2018

Age group

Under 18 years

Supplementary notes

Parent includes biological, step, adoptive and foster parents. Includes a small number of victims under 18 years of age where the relationship of the accused to the victim was miscoded as 'child' (including 'step-child') and was therefore recoded as 'parent' (including 'step-parent').
Sibling includes biological, step, half, adoptive and foster brothers and sisters.
Extended family includes all other family members related by blood, marriage or adoption.
Spouse includes current and former legally married and common-law spouses.

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