GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Youth Violence Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"One in four youth victims of violence reported a physical injury in 2017."

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"In 2018, 2,031 youth aged 10 to 24 were victims of homicides in the United States."

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"100,000 young people are seriously injured annually in the U.S due to interpersonal violence."

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"According to the World Health Organization, interpersonal violence is the 4th leading cause of death globally for those aged 15-44."

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"Youth violence results in more than $16 billion in medical and work loss costs annually in the U.S."

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"Youth most at risk for violence live in communities that suffer greater social and economic disadvantage."

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"Male youths are more likely to be victimized by serious violence than female youths."

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"The rate of homicide among black male youth aged 15–19 years old is 16 times higher than the rate among White and Hispanic males of the same age."

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"Hispanic students are more likely than non-Hispanic students to report feeling unsafe at school."

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"About half of gang homicides occur in large cities, notably in Los Angeles and Long Beach."

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"41% of Yr 10 boys in England have been in a fight in the past year in 2015."

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"60% of American children are exposed to violence, crime, or abuse in their homes."

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"According to a WHO survey, boys who reported a history of bullying perpetration in their adolescence were four times more likely to physically or sexually abuse their partner."

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"14% of youth (aged 11 to 17) reported having been the victim of at least one violent act in a 12-month period in Europe in 2009."

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"Gang membership is reported by 2% of all youth aged 12-17, with male youth 2.3 times likely to be in a gang."

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"Studies indicate that by the age of 17, almost one-third of American youth have been arrested."

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"Nearly 1 in 5 high school students reported being bullied on school property."

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"Violent crimes committed by youth reached a peak in 1994 and have since decreased by about two-thirds."

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