TABLE 4

Property Victimization: Victims as Percentages of the Sample

Victimization TypePY VictimizationsLifetime Victimizations
All Victims, %Victim Gender, %Victim Age, %All Victims, %Victim Gender, %Victim Age, %
95% CIMaleFemale2–5 y6–9 y10–13 y14–17 y95% CIMaleFemale2–5 y6–9 y10–13 y14–17 y
Any property victimizationa24.61.728.127.027.830.124.827.637.81.944.3b40.1b32.4b42.3b40.7b53.2b
Robbery, nonsibling4.80.86.4b4.2b7.6b5.1b5.1b3.7b8.81.111.8b7.7b9.410.18.111.6
Vandalism, nonsibling6.01.07.26.25.2b6.3b6.7b8.6b12.01.315.1b11.8b6.8b12.5b13.2b21.2b
Theft, nonsibling6.91.07.87.82.3b5.2b10.4b13.0b13.41.415.814.13.0b10.5b18.8b27.3b
  • Sample N = 4549 (male, 2273; female, 2276; 0–1 year, 503; 2–5 years, 1047; 6–9 years, 904; 10–13 years, 920; 14–17 years, 1175).

  • a Includes all robberies, all vandalisms, and all thefts.

  • b Values within each measurement set are significantly different at P < .05.