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Table 1 Comparison of criminal victimisation between the total ID sample and the community sample

From: Crime and victimisation in people with intellectual disability: a case linkage study

Victimisation Type Total ID (N = 2600) Community (N = 4830) OR (95 % CI) RR (95 % CI) p d
Any History 457 (17.5 %) 1864 (38.5 %) 0.34 (0.30–0.38) 0.46 (0.42–0.50) <.0001 −0.59** (−0.66–-0.53)
Violent 378 (14.5 %) 314 (6.5 %) 2.44 (2.09–2.87) 2.24 (1.94–2.58) <.0001 0.49* (0.37–0.52)
Sexual 157 (6.0 %) 49 (1.0 %) 6.27 (4.53–8.67) 5.95 (4.33–8.17) <.0001 0.98*** (0.81–1.16)
Non Violent Non Sexual 133 (5.1 %) 1757 (36.3 %) 0.09 (0.08–0.11) 0.14 (0.12–0.17) <.0001 - 1.33*** (−1.39–-1.22)
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