Total Domestic Violence Offenses


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Alachua County Florida
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Total Domestic Violence Offenses, Single Year Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
2016 1,365 259,310 526.4 27.9 105,640 20,209,604 522.7 3.1
2015 1,511 253,752 595.5* 29.9 107,666 19,860,805 542.1 3.2
2014 1,477 250,697 589.2* 30.0 106,882 19,548,031 546.8 3.3
2013 1,496 247,989 603.3* 30.5 108,030 19,318,859 559.2 3.3
2012 1,602 248,070 645.8* 31.5 108,046 19,042,458 567.4 3.4
2011 1,499 247,403 605.9 30.6 111,681 18,934,175 589.8 3.4
2010 1,537 247,669 620.6 30.9 113,378 18,820,280 602.4 3.5
2009 1,863 246,489 755.8* 34.2 116,547 18,711,844 622.9 3.6
2008 1,701 244,664 695.2* 32.9 113,123 18,636,837 607.0 3.5
2007 1,602 242,215 661.4* 32.3 115,150 18,500,958 622.4 3.6
2006 1,766 238,704 739.8* 34.4 115,170 18,237,596 631.5 3.6
2005 1,717 233,859 734.2* 34.6 120,386 17,876,663 673.4 3.8
2004 1,924 229,846 837.1* 37.2 119,772 17,476,489 685.3 3.9
2003 1,691 226,976 745.0* 35.4 120,697 17,074,368 706.9 4.0
2002 1,644 224,556 732.1 35.3 121,834 16,718,033 728.8 4.1
2001 1,587 221,643 716.0* 35.1 124,016 16,384,860 756.9 4.2
2000 1,630 219,239 743.5 36.0 124,629 16,074,896 775.3 4.3
1999 1,751 213,346 820.7 38.3 126,044 15,679,606 803.9 4.4
1998 1,757 208,156 844.1 39.3 133,348 15,309,968 871.0 4.7
1997 1,873 205,414 911.8 41.1 136,382 15,011,697 908.5 4.8
Total Domestic Violence Offenses, 2016
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 105,640 20,209,603 522.7 3.1
Alachua 1,365 259,309 526.4 27.9
Baker 107 27,265 392.4* 74.2
Bay 1,485 176,388 841.9* 42.6
Bradford 137 27,379 500.4 83.6
Brevard 4,311 572,419 753.1* 22.4
Broward 5,504 1,853,379 297.0* 7.8
Calhoun 25 14,572 171.6* 67.2
Charlotte 628 170,474 368.4* 28.8
Citrus 870 142,947 608.6* 40.3
Clay 818 206,338 396.4* 27.1
Collier 1,459 353,237 413.0* 21.2
Columbia 352 68,766 511.9 53.3
Miami-Dade 9,357 2,702,889 346.2* 7.0
DeSoto 269 35,142 765.5* 91.1
Dixie 90 16,649 540.6 111.4
Duval 7,082 922,005 768.1* 17.8
Escambia 2,978 309,753 961.4* 34.4
Flagler 663 105,189 630.3* 47.8
Franklin 56 11,847 472.7 123.5
Gadsden 68 48,506 140.2* 33.3
Gilchrist 10 16,938 59.0* 36.6
Glades 70 12,870 543.9 127.1
Gulf 68 16,145 421.2* 99.9
Hamilton 55 14,922 368.6* 97.2
Hardee 183 27,605 662.9* 95.7
Hendry 213 38,354 555.4 74.4
Hernando 1,007 180,173 558.9* 34.4
Highlands 666 101,965 653.2* 49.4
Hillsborough 6,400 1,357,424 471.5* 11.5
Holmes 157 19,846 791.1* 123.3
Indian River 547 146,413 373.6* 31.3
Jackson 238 50,722 469.2 59.5
Jefferson 58 14,489 400.3* 102.8
Lafayette 17 8,675 196.0* 93.1
Lake 1,663 325,752 510.5 24.5
Lee 2,759 684,667 403.0* 15.0
Leon 1,880 288,480 651.7* 29.4
Levy 334 40,646 821.7* 87.8
Liberty 0 8,742 0.0
Madison 147 19,158 767.3* 123.6
Manatee 2,628 360,641 728.7* 27.8
Marion 1,742 347,606 501.1 23.5
Martin 562 152,262 369.1* 30.5
Monroe 305 74,282 410.6* 46.0
Nassau 400 78,400 510.2 49.9
Okaloosa 1,609 193,529 831.4* 40.5
Okeechobee 249 40,399 616.4* 76.3
Orange 8,289 1,287,079 644.0* 13.8
Osceola 2,176 324,716 670.1* 28.1
Palm Beach 4,921 1,402,016 351.0* 9.8
Pasco 3,671 499,728 734.6* 23.7
Pinellas 6,829 954,628 715.4* 16.9
Polk 4,457 646,782 689.1* 20.2
Putnam 549 72,993 752.1* 62.7
St. Johns 798 222,415 358.8* 24.8
St. Lucie 1,391 295,742 470.3* 24.7
Santa Rosa 722 166,993 432.4* 31.5
Sarasota 1,322 398,691 331.6* 17.8
Seminole 2,602 450,316 577.8* 22.1
Sumter 314 121,358 258.7* 28.6
Suwannee 267 44,932 594.2* 71.1
Taylor 241 22,818 1,056.2* 132.6
Union 36 16,179 222.5* 72.6
Volusia 4,724 518,009 912.0* 25.9
Wakulla 42 31,471 133.5* 40.3
Walton 553 62,058 891.1* 73.9
Washington 145 25,055 578.7 93.9

8/19/2017 2:26 PM
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Data Source: Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Data Note(s)
  • Number of domestic violence offenses
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  • MOV - Measure of Variability: Probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events. Not calculated when numerator is below 5 or denominator is below 20, or count or rate is suppressed. The MOV is useful for comparing rates to a goal or standard. For example, if the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is less than the MOV, the county rate is not significantly different from the statewide rate (alpha level = 0.05). When the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is greater than the MOV, the county rate is significantly different from the statewide rate. MOV should not be used to determine if the rates of two different counties, or the county rates for two different years, are statistically significantly different.
  • Denom - abbreviated for Denominator.
  • Population estimates are not available for persons whose county of residence is unknown. Given this, the denominator and associated rate are not available.
  • * - Indicates the county rate is statistically significantly different from the statewide rate.
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