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“We see the actual trauma to those who experience sex assault and domestic violence, and how it changes people’s lives,” Amarok said. People need to come together and do something.” The shelter provides trauma-informed services and information for women, children and men who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes.
The report shows the most common victim is a 14-year-old female assaulted in a residence, by the most common suspect, a 19-year-old male acquaintance.
This is the second year the state has published information from the FSO database.
The wedges on pie charts show all victims by sex—12 percent male to 87 percent female; all victims by age—0 to 10-years- old, 18 percent, 11 to 17-years-old, 30 percent, ages 18 years and over, 50 percent, with two percent of victims of unknown ages.
Statewide, the median age of female victims was 19-years-old, while the most common age was 14-years-old. Five years old was the most common age of male victims.
In comparison, the 2016 report shows rates figured per 100,000 for other regions: Anchorage Bowl, second highest with 262 felony level sex offenses; followed by Southeast Alaska, 126; Northern Alaska, 99, Southcentral (excluding Anchorage) with 66 per 100,000 persons.The population includes five boroughs—Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, and Northwest Arctic, and census areas—Aleutians West, Bethel, Dillingham, Kusilvak, and Nome Census Area.In Western Alaska, the most common victim age was 14-years-old; 27-years-old the most common suspect age. of Public Safety has issued the 2016 report to state and local law enforcement agencies on felony level sex offenses and crimes in Alaska.The report, FSO for short, adds to the Uniform Crime Report managed by the FBI.