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EXPERIENCE OF VIOLENCE – MOST RECENT INCIDENT
Detailed information about the MRI was collected, but only if the incident occurred less than 10 years prior to the survey. This detailed information included:
Note: the level of detail collected for each type of violence varied, and not all of the data collected is able to be published due to higher levels of error associated with lower prevalence types of violence, such as sexual assault by a female perpetrator. The availability and detail of most recent incident data will therefore vary across the different types of violence, as well as between men and women. Only data considered sufficiently reliable enough for general use has been published. For more information on the data collected for each type of violence and data quality, refer to the Violence – Most Recent Incident and Data Quality and Technical Notes pages of the Personal Safety Survey, Australia: User Guide, 2016 (cat. no. 4906.0.55.003).
Note: MRI data cannot be summed across the different types of violence to produce an aggregated total for any of the data items. Persons may have experienced more than one of the different types of violence and are included separately for each type.
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