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Relationship_of_Victims_to_Offenders_by_Offense_Category_2015.xls

by Offense Category, 2015
Offense Category Total
Victims
1
Relationship of Victims to Offenders
Family
Member
2
Family
Member
and Other
3
Known to
Victim and
Other
4
Stranger All Other5
Total 1,322,282 288,201 39,276 692,182 134,519 168,104
Crimes Against Persons 1,255,322 287,592 39,073 678,732 107,841 142,084
Assault Offenses 1,158,970 263,663 38,105 627,164 100,567 129,471
Homicide Offenses 3,915 596 53 1,497 438 1,331
Human Trafficking Offenses 88 2 1 56 12 17
Kidnapping/Abduction 16,198 3,493 222 8,870 1,634 1,979
Sex Offenses 71,129 18,734 627 37,747 5,111 8,910
Sex Offenses, Nonforcible 5,022 1,104 65 3,398 79 376
Crimes Against Property 66,960 609 203 13,450 26,678 26,020
Robbery 66,960 609 203 13,450 26,678 26,020
  • 1The relationship of a victim to an offender is reported only for the victim types of Individual and Law Enforcement Officer that are connected to Crimes Against Persons or Robbery offenses. Relationship data are not collected for victims of offenses reported with an unknown offender or of other Crimes Against Property or Crimes Against Society offenses.
  • 2Victims were related to all offenders, whether one or more, of the reported offense.
  • 3Victims were related to at least one of the multiple offenders of the reported offense.
  • 4Victims knew, but were not related to, one or more of the multiple offenders of the reported offense.
  • 5Victims were mutual combatants (victim was offender) or had an unknown relationship with a single offender. In the case of multiple offenders, victims' relationships were combinations of strangers, mutual combatants, and/or unknown offenders.