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IDENTITY FRAUD VICTIMISATION RATES BY STATE/TERRITORY, 2007 and 2010-11
(a) Refers to mainly urban areas only. See paragraph 6 of the Explanatory Notes
The 2010-11 identity fraud victimisation rate in Western Australia (5.3%) was higher than the national victimisation rate (4.0%), whilst the victimisation rates in South Australia (3.0%) and Tasmania (2.9%) were both lower than the national victimisation rate.
Females in Western Australia were more likely to be victims of identity fraud (56,200 victims) than males (39,400), with no other gender differences across the other states and territories.
There were no statistically significant differences in reporting rates between the states and territories for credit card fraud.