Table 2

Male and female standardised death rates per 1 000 000 population due to assault, assault involving sharp weapons and other assaults, Scotland, 1980–1982, 1990–1992, 2000–2002 and 2003–2005

Age groupAssaultSharp weaponOther assault
1980–19821990–19922000–20022003–2005p Value1980–19821990–19922000–20022003–2005p1980–19821990–19922000–20022003–2005p Value
Male
<1407059370.9730000407059370.973
(1–80)(18–122)(7–110)(0–79)(1–80)(18–122)(7–110)(0–79)
1–41315930.20930001015930.346
(2–24)(3–27)(0–19)(0–9)(0–7)(0–20)(3–27)(0–19)(0–9)
5–1434220.47311000.32423220.765
(0–6)(0–8)(0–5)(0–5)(0–2)(0–3)(0–5)(0–7)(0–5)(0–5)
15–24325558590.00221374445<0.001111814140.574
(22–42)(41–69)(42–73)(44–74)(13–29)(26–48)(31–57)(32–58)(5–16)(10–26)(6–21)(7–21)
25–34254844550.003163734400.00491210150.401
(15–34)(36–61)(31–57)(40–70)(8–23)(26–47)(23–46)(27–52)(3–15)(6–18)(4–16)(7–23)
35–4425415258<0.00112193434<0.001132218240.197
(15–36)(29–53)(39–65)(44–72)(5–20)(10–27)(23–45)(23–45)(6–21)(13–31)(10–25)(15–33)
45–59222732410.00891312160.160131420240.024
(14–30)(18–36)(23–41)(31–51)(4–14)(7–19)(6–17)(10–22)(7–20)(8–21)(13–27)(17–33)
60+161614110.29447310.17512910100.695
(8–24)(9–23)(7–20)(5–17)(1–8)(2–12)(0–6)(0–3)(5–19)(4–15)(5–16)(4–15)
15–4427485157<0.00116313840<0.001111814180.115
(22–33)(41–56)(43–59)(49–66)(12–21)(25–37)(31–44)(32–47)(7–15)(13–22)(10–18)(13–23)
All ages20313235<0.00110171920<0.001111413150.057
(17–24)(27–35)(28–36)(31–39)(7–12)(14–20)(15–22)(17–23)(8–13)(11–17)(11–16)(12–18)
Deaths14722622825674129137147739791109
Female
<1431137390.9670000431137390.967
(1–84)(0–31)(0–79)(0–83)(1–84)(0–31)(0–79)(0–83)
1–4351230.3790003351200.608
(0–8)(0–13)(0–25)(0-10)(0–10)(0–8)(0–13)(0–25)
5–1432230.80320010.41622220.792
(0–6)(0–5)(0–5)(0–7)(0–4)(0–3)(0–4)(0–5)(0–5)(0–5)
15–241211880.34734340.76697540.168
(6–18)(5–17)(3–14)(3–14)(0–6)(0–8)(0–7)(0–8)(4–14)(2–11)(1–10)(0–8)
25–34781170.65264550.98823620.483
(2–13)(3–12)(5–17)(2–13)(1–10)(1–8)(1–10)(1–10)(0–4)(0–7)(1–10)(0–5)
35–4417121360.05652260.95912111110.024
(9–26)(6–19)(7–20)(2–11)(1–10)(0–5)(0–5)(1–10)(5–19)(4–17)(5–17)(0–2)
45–59148850.01823400.583125450.016
(8–20)(3–13)(3–13)(2–9)(0–5)(0–6)(1–7)(6–18)(1–9)(1–7)(2–9)
60+119330.00221210.51598120.002
(6–16)(4–13)(1–6)(1–6)(0–4)(0–2)(0–4)(0–2)(4–13)(4–13)(0–3)(0–5)
15–4412101170.13053450.88677720.038
(8–16)(7–14)(7–15)(4–10)(2–7)(1–5)(2–6)(3–8)(4–10)(4–10)(4–10)(1–4)
All ages11886<0.00132330.7088663<0.001
(9–13)(6–10)(6–11)(4–8)(2–4)(1–3)(1–4)(1–4)(6–10)(4–8)(4–8)(2–5)
Deaths836561432416212059494023
  • p Values show significance of tests for trends over time.