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or Inuit). Table 4 Victims of spousal violence within the past 5 years, by sex and service contacted or used, 2009 Use of transition homes The establishment of shelters as a refuge for women fleeing abusive situations dates back to the 1970s and has increased in recent. Pages 15-41, preview, buy Chapter.95, false Allegations of Sexual Violence: The Reality. 31 In 2008/2009, adult court cases involving perspectives on sex and gender a female accused were less likely to lead to a guilty finding 32, and when there was a finding of guilt, were less likely to receive a sentence of custody. Similarly, more than half of females in custody were single and never married at the time of admission compared to 32 in the population. Table 12 Youth admitted to correctional services, 2008/2009 According to data from the provincial correctional systems 37 in Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador, female youth were more likely to be serving time in custody for "other" Criminal Code and federal offences. Revised data will be released when available.
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Sexual assaults against females that are brought to the attention of police are more likely to be committed by an acquaintance (46 a family member (24 or a stranger (18) than either a spouse or other intimate partner (5 and 8, respectively). Failure to appear in court, breach of probation, etc.). 20 Most abused women (76) were fleeing the abuse of a current or former spouse or common-law partner while 7 were seeking protection from a dating or ex-dating partner (Table 5). In contrast, 2006 Census data show that less than 15 of women over the age of 25 did not complete secondary school, 25 had a high school diploma, and 61 reported having completed some post-secondary education. 14 According to the 2009 GSS, the proportion of Aboriginal women living in the ten provinces who reported spousal violence was double that of non-Aboriginal women. However, those who identified themselves as a visible minority or an immigrant were not found to be associated with increased levels of spousal violence. Pages 1-11, preview, buy Chapter.95, rape Myths in the Criminal Justice System. "Fact sheetPolice-reported spousal violence in Canada".
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