|Year||2015 - 2016|
|Type of Measure||Administrative data > Police|
|Form of Violence||Sexual violence|
The Sexual Assault Crisis Centre jointly with the Investigative Committee published a report on the cases of sexual offenses investigated by the Committee during the period of 2015-2016. According to the report, in 2015 investigators of the RA Investigative Committee examined 131 criminal cases initiated for sexual offenses, 95 persons were involved as suspects/accused and all of them was male. Thirty (30) of the suspects/accused were actually the spouses of the victims (31.6% of the suspects/accused). Total of 142 persons were victims of the mentioned 131 criminal cases, of which 11 were male, and 131 were female (92.3% out of all victims). In 2016, the investigators of the Investigative Committee examined 157 criminal cases initiated for sexual offenses, whereas 113 persons were involved as suspects/accused and all of them was male. Forty-three (43) of the suspects/accused was actually the spouses of the victims (38.1% of all suspects/accused). In the mentioned 157 criminal cases 162 persons were victims, of which 11 were male, and 151 were female (93.2% of all victims).