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1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide data 2016

2 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide data 2016 Preliminary 2016 statistics indicated that: 162 (119 male, 43 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide, which is slightly higher than the 152 recorded in Suicide was the 5 th leading cause of death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across NSW, QLD, SA, WA and NT, compared to the 15 th leading cause of death for non-indigenous people in these states. In these states, the standardised death rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (23.8 per 100,000) was more than twice the non-indigenous rate (11.4 per 100,000).

3 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide data Age-standardised rate per (100,000) NSW QLD SA WA NT States Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Non-Indigenous Figure 1: Age-standardised rate of suicide from Between : 721 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide. The age-standardised rate was significantly higher than the non- Indigenous rate in SA, WA, NSW, QLD and NT. Note: Rates for VIC, TAS, and ACT were not available for publication due to small numbers, but the number of deaths are included in the total number of deaths above.

4 State specific Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide data

5 NSW New South Wales specific statistics indicated that: 41 (35 male, 6 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide. Suicide was the 5 th leading cause of death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the state, compared to the 17 th leading cause of death for non-indigenous people. The standardised death rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (18.6 per 100,000) was considerably higher than the non-indigenous rate (9.7 per 100,000).

6 NSW Between in New South Wales: 150 (113 male, 37 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths have been attributed to intentional self-harm, which represents 3.9% of all causes of death. For Indigenous Australians in NSW, suicide is ranked 5 th in the leading causes of death. The suicide rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (16.1 per 100,000) in NSW was considerably higher than the non-indigenous population (9.8 per 100,000) for the same period.

7 Northern Territory Northern Territory specific statistics indicated that: 18 (14 male, 1 female, 3 gender unknown) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide. Suicide was the 5 th leading annual cause of death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, compared to the 4 th leading cause of death for non-indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory.

8 Northern Territory Between in the Northern Territory: 106 (62 male, 44 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths have been attributed to intentional self-harm, which represents 4.1% of all causes of death. For Indigenous Australians in NT, suicide is ranked 5 th in the leading causes of death. The suicide rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (26.4 per 100,000) in NT was considerably higher than the non-indigenous population (14.4 per 100,000).

9 Queensland Queensland specific statistics indicated that: 52 (37 male, 15 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide. Suicide was the 5 th leading annual cause of death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, compared to the 10 th leading cause of death for non-indigenous Australians. The standardised death rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (22.8 per 100,000) was considerably higher than the non-indigenous rate (13.1 per 100,000).

10 Queensland Between in Queensland: 225 (172 male, 53 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths have been attributed to intentional self-harm, which represents 5.8% of all causes of death. For Indigenous Australians in Qld, suicide is ranked 4 th in the leading causes of death. The suicide rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (23.3 per 100,000) in Qld was considerably higher than the non-indigenous population (13.6 per 100,000).

11 Western Australia Western Australia specific statistics indicated that: 47 (31 male, 16 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people died by suicide. Suicide was the 3 rd leading annual cause of death for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, compared to the 12 th leading cause of death for non-indigenous people. The standardised death rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (43.9 per 100,000) was considerably higher than the non-indigenous rate (12.2 per 100,000).

12 Western Australia Between in Western Australia: 202 (144 male, 58 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths have been attributed to intentional self-harm, which represents 8.0% of all causes of death. For Indigenous Australians in WA, suicide is ranked 3 rd in the leading causes of death. The suicide rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (40.6 per 100,000) in WA was considerably higher than the non-indigenous population (12.3 per 100,000).

13 South Australia Between in South Australia: 37 (23 male, 14 female) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people deaths have been attributed to intentional self-harm, which represents 4.4% of all causes of death For Indigenous Australians in SA, suicide is ranked 5 th in the leading causes of death. The suicide rate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (21.3 per 100,000) in SA was considerably higher than the non-indigenous population (12.6 per 100,000).

14 Other states Limited data is available for VIC, TAS and the ACT due to relatively small numbers. Between 2012 and 2016, the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths attributed to suicide were: 32 in Victoria 5 in Tasmania 6 in the ACT.

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