Deep South Violence Statistics – January 2007-December 2009 Part 2


Part 1

Index of violence statistics for the Thai Deep South

Ranking and rate (per 100,000 population per month) of casualties and deaths per province

No

Casualty

death

Fatality rate

district

number

rate

district

number

rate

district

Rate(%)

1

Bannangsata

360

19.7

Bannangsata

124

6.8

Thungyangdaeng

56.4

2

Yaha

264

15

Srisakorn

51

4.9

Srisakorn

45.9

3

Kapo

79

14.4

Yaha

80

4.5

Panare

44.7

4

Ruesoh

313

13.8

Thungyangdaeng

31

4.5

Sabayoi

42

5

Bacho

207

12.3

Kapoh

23

4.2

Maelan

38.1

6

Rangae

369

12.2

Rangae

124

4.1

Chanae

37.5

7

Maikhaen

48

12.1

Ruesoh

85

3.8

Bannangsata

34.4

8

Choairong

154

11.7

Chanae

39

3.6

Rangae

33.6

9

Saiburi

259

11.7

Saiburi

76

3.4

Raman

33.6

10

Sukirin

84

10.8

Raman

95

3.3

Chana

33.3




This chart reveals the types of injury, classified by the age group, religion and gender.
On the left side are female victims and on the right side are male victims.
Brown indicates Buddhist victims. Orange indicates unknown. White indicates Muslims.
The range of age appears from top to bottom.
The number at the bottom shows numbers of injured.

The chart reveals the types of injury, classified by month, religion, and gender.
On the left side are female victims and on the right side are male victims.
Brown indicates Buddhist victims. Orange indicates unknown. White indicates Muslims.
The range of dates appear from top to bottom from December 2007 (at top) to December 2009 (at bottom).
The number at the bottom shows numbers of injured.

The distribution of injuries by age group, classified by month.
The horizontal axis shows the months from January 2007 to December 2009.
The vertical axis shows the age groups.

The number of dead and injured, classified by careers, from left to right:
Soldiers, agriculture, police, others, laborers, merchants and businessmen, students and college students, unidentified, housewives, other officials, unemployed, village heads, education officials, Interior Officials, state enterprise officials, tambon administrative organization officials, freelance craftsmen, company employees, self-employed drivers, public health officials, tambon chiefs, prisoners, fisheries and marine transport, lawyers, Islamic religious leaders, MPs and senators and provincial council members (provincial administrative officials), ordained and monks (Buddhists) 
The orange color bar shows the number of injuries and the black color bar shows death.

The number of injuries and dead classified by careers. The horizontal axis shows careers which are [from left to right] soldiers, agriculture, police, others, laborers. The vertical axis shows the number of injuries and dead.
Above each section are the total numbers of dead and injured soldiers (1099), agriculturists (909), police (704), others (592) and laborers (494).

The color bars in the key at the top right:
Black - death
Brown - injured from January 2007 to September 2007
Dark orange - injured from October 2007 to June 2008
Bright orange - injured from July 2008 to December 2008
Pale orange - injured from January 2009 to June 2009
Yellow - injured from July 2009
Egg shell - injured from August 2009
Shaded brown - injured from September 2009
Shaded orange - injured from December 2009

The number of injuries and dead classified by types of activities happening when the attack occurred.
The orange bar shows number of injuries and the black bar shows the numbers of deaths.
The horizontal axis shows activities (left to right): traveling to employment workplace, other activities, hobbies-entertainment-volunteer activities, unemployed work-household-eating, sports, unidentified.

The number of injuries and dead classified by types of activities happening when the attack occurred. The horizontal axis shows activities (left to right): traveling to employment workplace (2084), other activities (2018), hobbies-entertainment-volunteer activities (677), unemployed work-household-eating (303), sports (264).

The color bars in the key at the top right:
Black - death
Brown - injured from January 2007 to September 2007
Dark orange - injured from October 2007 to June 2008
Bright orange - injured from July 2008 to December 2008
Pale orange - injured from January 2009 to June 2009
Yellow - injured from July 2009
Egg shell - injured from August 2009
Shaded brown - injured from September 2009
Shaded orange - injured from December 2009

The number of injuries and dead classified by physical causes of injury. The orange bar shows the number of injuries and the black bar shows the number of deaths. The horizontal axis shows the physical causes of injury.

The number of injuries and dead classified by the physical causes of injuries. The horizontal axis shows the physical causes of injury, represented by codes X95 (injured by an unidentified type of gun), X96 (injured by a bomb), Y35 (during an security operation), Y36 (during war operations), X93 (injured by a pistol). [We are unable to tell the definitions of Y35 and Y36 precisely. These are standardized codes for injury, but they seem to have different definitions here.]
The total number of death and injury of the represented code X95 (2270), X96 (2184), Y35 (737), Y36 (103), X93 (100).

The color bars in the key at the top right:
Black - death
Brown - injured from January 2007 to September 2007
Dark orange - injured from October 2007 to June 2008
Bright orange - injured from July 2008 to December 2008
Pale orange - injured from January 2009 to June 2009
Yellow - injured from July 2009
Egg shell - injured from August 2009
Shaded brown - injured from September 2009
Shaded orange - injured from December 2009

The number of injuries and death classified by the diagnosis of death and injury causes. The diagnosed causes from left to right on the horizontal axis are: open head wound, chest wound, lower leg wound, other unidentified head injury, shallow wounds on head, open cuts on stomach-lower back-hip bone, ear pain from the blast, open wounds on hip and thigh, unidentified injury and wounds of chest organs, open injury on shoulder and upper arms. The orange color bar shows the number of injuries. The black bar shows the numbers of dead.

The number of injuries and dead classified by diagnosed causes, shown on the horizontal axis [from left to right] which are open head wounds, open chest wounds, lower leg injury, other injury and unidentified injury on head, shallow wounds on head.
Above are the total numbers of dead and injured: open head wounds (496), open chest wounds (308), lower leg injury (287), other injury and unidentified injury on head (260), shallow wounds on head (247).

The color bars in the key at the top right:
Black - death
Brown - injured from January 2007 to September 2007
Dark orange - injured from October 2007 to June 2008
Bright orange - injured from July 2008 to December 2008
Pale orange - injured from January 2009 to June 2009
Yellow - injured from July 2009
Egg shell - injured from August 2009
Shaded brown - injured from September 2009
Shaded orange - injured from December 2009


Part 1

Source: Deep South Violence-related Injury Surveillance statistics

Index of violence statistics for the Thai Deep South

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