This table shows the rate of victimisation per 100 adults by ethnicity in three categories of crime, according to a 2006 survey. Māori people were more likely than any other ethnic group to become victims of crime, and were at much greater risk of confrontational crime such as assault.
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Source: New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2006, Ministry of Justice