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Health Indicator Report of Injury - Sexual Violence

Sexual violence has an profound impact on physical and mental health. As well as causing physical injury, the impact on mental health can be as serious as its physical impact and may be equally long lasting. Sexual violence can also profoundly affect the social well being of victims by their families and others as a consequence.

Criminal Sexual Penetration Incidents per 1,000 Population by County, New Mexico, 2013


Notes

These data represent sexual penetration crimes reported to law enforcement. The majority of sexual assault are not reported to the police (an average of 68% of assaults in the US between 2008 - 2012 were not reported).

Data Source

The New Mexico Interpersonal Violence Data Central Repository, nmcsaas@swep.com.

Definition

Number of reported incidents of sexual violence.

Numerator

Number of reported sexual violence incidents

Denominator

Number of persons in the population

Available Services

Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico Santa Fe Rape Crisis Center Community Against Violence, Taos, NM
Page Content Updated On 11/02/2015, Published on 11/02/2015
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Content updated: Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:02:53 MST