This document was added or updated on 21/04/2010.
History of Changes
26/11/2013 - Supplementary material was included in this release:
A feature article titled "Experiences of Physical Violence, 2008" was added to this release. The feature article presents a snapshot of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's experiences of physical violence during the 12 months prior to the 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey. Includes prevalence rates of physical violence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women and the socio-demographic characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who had and had not experienced physical violence
16/12/2010 - Supplementary material was included in this release:
An additional data cube, Law and Justice, was added to the original 20 tables. The Law and Justice data cube includes information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15 years and over. Some of the data items included in this series include arrest, incarceration, victims of violence, use of legal services, age first formally charged and neighbourhood/community problems. Individual tables are available with different groupings by age, sex, state/territories and remoteness areas.
01/09/2010 - A correction was applied to the Data item list associated with this release:
Datacubes, Data item list, Income (47140_03_Income)—a correction was applied to the income range for Equivalised Household Gross Weekly Income (INCWKHEQ), this involved removing negative incomes from the range. No other changes were made.
21/04/2010 - Supplementary material was included in this release:
An additional 3 national tables were added to the original 9 tables of the release. These present the previous data items displayed in tables 3, 7 and 9 cross tabulated by gender for age groups 15 years and over, 4–14 years and 0–3 years. A complete set of tables for each State/territory were released as datacubes. The State/territory tables repeat all the national data items at state level except for ACT where some data items in Tables 4 and 10 have had to be combined because of small numbers.