City and Borough of Juneau

Alaska Victimization Survey: Research on Violence Against Women in Alaska
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City and Borough of Juneau

 

Estimates

Released 10/17/2011

The 2011 Alaska Victimization Survey for the City and Borough of Juneau was conducted from April to June 2011, and results were released on October 17, 2011 in Juneau. Findings include:

  • Over 50% of adult women in the City and Borough of Juneau have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence or both, in their lifetime;
  • Nearly 15% have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence or both, in the past year;
  • 4 out of every 10 adult women in the City and Borough of Juneau have experienced sexual violence in their lifetime; and 
  • 5 out of every 10 have experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetime.

Lifetime estimates

City and Borough of Juneau lifetime estimates. Out of every 100 adult women who reside in the City and Borough of Juneau: 47 experienced intimate partner violence (IPV). 35 experienced sexual violence. 55 experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence, or both.  These lifetime estimates come from a 2011 survey of adult women in the City and Borough of Juneau. Source: UAA Justice Center, Alaska Victimization Survey.

Data release

October 17, 2011 press conference releasing results of the 2011 Alaska Victimization Survey for the City and Borough of Juneau
Juneau City Hall
Photo (see caption)
Pictured (left to right): Dr. André Rosay, UAA Justice Center Director; Lauree Morton, Executive Director of Alaska Council on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (CDVSA); Saralyn Tabachnick, AWARE Executive Director; and Bruce Botelho, Mayor of the City and Borough of Juneau.

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