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TABLE

Attack Injury and Crime Completion Rates in Robbery
and Assault Incidents, by Self-Protection Method--U.S. 1979-1985

Robbery

Assault

Column Number

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Self-Protection
Method

%
Completed

%
Attacked

%
Injured


Estimated
Times Used

%
Attacked

%
Injured


Estimated
Times Used

Used Gun

30.9

25.2

17.4

89,009

23.2

12.1

386,083

Used Knife

35.2

55.6

40.3

59,813

46.4

29.5

123,062

Used other
weapon

28.9

41.5

22.0

104,700

41.4

25.1

454,570

Used physical
force

50.1

75.6

50.8

1,653,880

82.8

52.1

6,638,823

Tried to get help
or frighten
offender

63.9

73.5

48.9

1,516,141

55.2

40.1

4,383,117

Threatened or
reasoned with
offender

53.7

48.1

30.7

955,398

40.0

24.7

5,743,008

Nonviolent resis-
tance including
evasion

50.8

54.7

34.9

1,539,895

40.0

25.5

8,935,738

Other measures

48.5

47.3

26.5

284,423

36.1

20.7

1,451,103

Any protection

52.1

60.8

38.2

4,603,671

49.5

30.7

21,801,957

No protection

88.5

41.5

24.7

2,686,960

39.9

27.3

6,154,763

Total

65.4

53.7

33.2

7,290,631

47.3

29.9

27,956,719

(p.167)Notes: Separate frequencies in columns (4) and (7) do add to totals in "Any Self-Protection: row, since a single crime incident can involve more than one self protection method. See U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (1982) for exact question wordings, definitions, and other details of the surveys.

Source: Analysis of incident files of 1979-1985 National Crime Survey public use computer tapes (ICOSR, 1987b).