Deep South Violence Statistics – January 2009-June 2009

Index of violence statistics for the Thai Deep South

Number of incidents that occured by district

Numbers of incidents

No

Pattani

720

Narathiwat

690

Yala

688

Songkhla

70

1

Saiburi

123

Rangae

155

Muang

188

Sabayoi

 

2

Yarang

112

Ruesoh

147

Bannangsata

155

Thepa

 

3

Nongchick

101

Bacho

57

Raman

135

Natawee

 

4

Muang

93

Muang

55

Yaha

105

Chana

 

5

Kok Poh

66

Srisakorn

54

Krongpinang

36

Hadyai

 

6

Yaring

58

Cho Airong

51

Thanto

35

Muang

 

7

Mayo

49

Sungaipadee

46

Baethong

17

 

 

8

Panare

38

Chanae

39

Kabang

17

 

 

9

Kapo

27

Takbai

38

 

 

 

 

10

Thungyangdaeng

25

Sungaikolok

20

 

 

 

 

11

Maikhaen

21

Yeengo

14

 

 

 

 

12

Maelan

7

Waeng

11

 

 

 

 

13

 

 

Sukirin

3

 

 

 

 

Note: 10 incidents had no province specified


Number of incidents classified by place of occurrence


No.

Places of occurrence

Number of incidents

(%)

1

Roads or highways

1,300

59.7

2

Homes and residential places

256

11.8

3

Shops and service stores

209

9.6

4

Other places

138

6.3

5

Plantations

119

5.5

6

Educational institutes or public places

64

2.9

7

Public sport park

18

0.8

8

Construction sites or factories

11

0.5

9

Dormitory or employee residential sites, military camp

8

0.4

10

Unknown

55

2.5

 

This chart shows numbers of events classified by place of occurrence with regards to the period that the events occurred in.
The different colors refers to the period when the events occurred. Left to right (starting with dark brown): January-September 2007, October 2007 to June 2008, July-December 2008, January-March 2009, April 2009, May 2009, June 2009
On the x-axis: The place of occurrence (left to right) road or highway (with the total of 1297 events), homes/residential areas (255 events), local shops/stores/service area (209 events), others (138 events) and plantation/fields (119 events)

This chart shows the distribution of events that occur each month (January 2007 to June 2009). The different color bars indicate  places of occurrence.
Light yellow - roads/highway
Dark yellow - homes/ residential area
Light orange - local shops/stores/services area
Orange - Other places
Dark orange - plantation fields
Red - educational institutes


Spot map that reveals the number of deaths according to the place that the event occurred
The number of casualties are classified by the size of the circle.
The events are classified by shades of color (left to right): January-September  2007, October 2007-June 2008, July-December 2008, January-March 2009, April 2009, May 2009, June 2009

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This chart shows numbers of events classified by province and time that the event occurs (each spot represents one event). The light blue represents events in Songkhla, dark blue for Pattani, green for Yala, red for Narathiwat and black represents the total numbers of events.

This chart shows events classified by the monthly timeline (x-axis). Each color represents the following:
Black (top) - June 2009
Light violet - May 2009
Light blue - April 2009
Dark blue - January-March 2009
Green - July-December 2008
Red - October 2007 to June 2008
Black - January-September 2007

This chart shows the distribution of events that occur during the day of the week ranging from Monday to Sunday (bottom) and the place of occurrence: Songkhla (light blue), Pattani (dark blue), Yala (green), Narathiwat (red), total (black).

This chart shows the distribution of events that occurs by day of the week ranging from (left to right) Monday to Sunday and the date of occurrence.
Black (top) - June 2009
Light violet - May 2009
Light blue - April 2009
Dark blue - January-March 2009
Green - July-December 2008
Red - October 2007 to June 2008
Black - January-September 2007

This chart shows the numbers of events that occur classified by place of occurrence and monthly timeline (one spot represents one event)
The x-axis shows a monthly range from January 2007 to June 2009. The four provinces are represented by colors: Light blue (Songkhla), dark blue (Pattani), green (Yala), red (Narathiwat), black (total events).

 

Numbers of violent incidents since January 2004. Across the bottom are the years (2547 is 2004, 2548 is 2005, 2549 is 2006, 2550 is 2007, 2551 is 2008, 2552 is 2009). The blue line shows the number of all violent incidents that took place as reported by the Deep South Coordination Center (counting all incidents both injury and non-injury). The red line shows data according to the Violence-related Injury Surveillance (a form that hospitals, doctors and clinics are supposed to fill out to report violent incidents). The black line indicates the numbers of dead reported to the VIS.

 

This chart shows the number of incidents that occur monthly from January 2004 up to present. The x-axis shows the 12 months of the year (from January to December). The blue line represents the average incidents that occur during the years 2004-2009 reported by the Deep South Coordination Center (DSCC). The red line represents the VIS (Violence-related Injury Surveillance) incident report reporting deaths and injuries for the present year.

 

Below: Number and rate (/100 hundred thousand population/month) of casualty and death and fatality rate(%) according to provinces that the incidents occur, reported by casualty rate, death rate and fatality rate consecutively.

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

No

Casualty

death

Fatality rate

district

number

rate

district

number

rate

district

Rate(%)

1

Bannangsata

318

20.9

Bannangsata

113

7.4

Thungyangdaeng

51

2

Kapo

71

15.5

Srisakorn

43

4.9

Srisakorn

47.8

3

Ruesoh

289

15.3

Rangae

116

4.6

Panare

44.6

4

Yaha

224

15.3

Yaha

67

4.6

Sabayoi

42.7

5

Rangae

351

13.9

Thungyangdaeng

25

4.4

Raman

35.7

6

Sukirin

83

12.8

Ruesoh

75

4

Bannangsata

35.5

7

Choairong

138

12.6

Kapoh

18

3.9

Chanae

34.4

8

Saiburi

220

11.9

Raman

91

3.7

Chana

33.3

9

Bacho

166

11.8

Saiburi

68

3.7

Rangae

33

10

Maikhaen

39

11.8

Chanae

33

3.6

Yarang

31.7

 

Below: This table shows numbers and ratio (per 100,000 population per month) of injury and death victims and death. The information is classified by the ratio of injury, death and the Case Fatality Rate (CFR -  percentage of dead compared to the overall incidents) of each province.


Provinces

Injury

Death

CFR

 

number

ratio

number

ratio

Ratio(%)

Songkhla

145

0.4

49

0.1

33.8

Satun

-

-

-

-

-

Pattani

1424

7.6

416

2.2

29.2

Yala

1412

10.2

326

2.4

23.1

Narathiwat

1739

8.3

402

1.9

23.1

Unidentified

10

-

2

-

20

Total

4730

4.7

1195

1.2

25.3

 

This chart shows the numbers of injured and dead classified by place of occurrence (left to right: Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla).The orange bar represents injuries and the black represents dead. Above each bar is the CFR (case fatality rate) percentage.

 

This chart shows numbers of injured and dead classified by province and the time period when the events occurred (left to right: Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla). Black represents the dead. The rest of the bar represents injured.
Brown - January-September 2007
Dark orange - October 2007 to June 2008
Orange - July-December 2008
Dark yellow - January-March 2009
Yellow - April 2009
Eggshell - May 2009
Shaded - June 2009
There were a total of 1744 dead and injured in Narathiwat, 1429 in Pattani, 1427 in Yala and 146 in Songkhla.

 

This chart shows numbers of injured and dead classified by place of occurrence. The bottom line indicates each district where the events occurred. On the y-axis are the numbers of events. The orange represents injury and the black represents death.
Left to right on the x-axis: The city district of Yala, Rangae, Bannangsata, Ruesoh, Raman, Yaha, Saiburi, City district of Pattani, Nongchick, Yarang, Bacho, city district of Narathiwat, Yaring, Choairong, Kokpoh, Sungaipadee, Chanae, Srisakorn, Mayor, Sungaikolok, Sukirin, Takbao, Sabayoi, Kapo, Krongpinang, Panare, Yeengo, Tarnto, Thungyangdaeng, Waeng, Maikhaen, Natawee, Thepa, Kabang, Baetong, Maelan, Hadyai, Chana, city district of Songkhla.

 

This chart shows numbers of injured and dead classified by place of occurrence and month. The top five places that the events occurred (left to right) Yala, Rangae, Bannangsata, Ruesoh, Raman
Black - dead
Brown - January-September 2007
Dark orange - October 2007 to June 2008
Orange - July-December 2008
Dark yellow - January-March 2009
Yellow - April 2009
Eggshell - May 2009
Shaded - June 2009

The above chart shows the relationship between the place of occurrence and the residence of the injured. The size of the spot shows the number of the casualties. The five provinces on the chart are (left to right) Songkhla, Satun, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat

 

Number and rate(per 100,000 per month) of casualties and deaths and fatality rate (%) ranked by the tambon where the incidents occurred

No

Casualty

Death

Fatality rate

Tambon

Number

rate

Tambon

Number

Rate

Tambon

Rate(%)

1

Sukirin

81

43.6

Patae

41

13.9

Makrood

100

2

Patae

103

34.9

Bacho

27

13.3

Takae

100

3

Ruesoh

114

34.2

Sribanphot

12

11.9

Saikhao

100

4

Khuanbanglang

31

28.8

Kaeraw

22

10.6

Torlang

100

5

Bacho

52

25.7

Khuanbanglang

10

9.3

Kalupang

100

6

Laharn

35

25.4

Tabing

15

8.9

Datoh

100

7

Kaeraw

52

25

Dorn

9

8.1

Lubohsawor

100

8

Paklaw

43

23.9

Laharn

11

8

Khae

100

9

Sribanphot

24

23.8

Tanyonglimor

18

7.7

Plaknoo

100

10

Karubee

34

22.9

Arsong

11

7.6

Bannork

100

 

 

 

 

Bongo

31

7.6

Thankhiree

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kamiyor

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yatae

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mamong

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Khaodaeng

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manangtayor

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laempoh

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sakor

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Namnoy

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sateng

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hadyai

100

 

This chart shows numbers of injured and dead classified by place of occurrence. The top 10 tambons: (from left to right) Ruesoh, Tanyongmas, Satengnork, Bannangsata, Patae, Sukirin, Bongo, Dusongngo, Bacho, Juab. The orange color indicates injury and black indicates death.

 

This chart shows numbers of injured and dead classified by tambon. The top 5 tambons (left to right) Ruesoh, Tanyongmas, Satengnork, Bannangsata, Patae. Black represents the dead and the rest of the bar represents the injured.
Brown - January-September 2007
Dark orange - October 2007 to June 2008
Orange - July-December 2008
Dark yellow - January-March 2009
Yellow - April 2009
Eggshell - May 2009
Shaded - June 2009

 

Number of casualty and death and fatality rate (%) of the top 5 report following the hospitals that provide medical treatment

No.

Hospital

Casualty number

Hospital

Death number

Hospital

Fatality rate(%)

Provincial and college Hospitals (total casualty of 1,114, death of 51,fatality rate of 4.6%) 

1

Yala

878

Yala

38

Hadyai

10.4

2

Prince of Songkhla

188

Prince of Songkhla

8

Yala, Prince of Songkhla

4.3

3

Hadyai

48

Hadyai

5

 

 

General hospitals (total casualty of 1,306, death of 76 and fatality rate of 5.8%)

1

Pattani

557

Narathiwat

46

Baetong

11.1

2

Narathiwat

545

Pattani

26

Narathiwat

8.4

3

Sungaikolok

179

Sungaikolok

2

Pattani

4.7

4

Baetong

18

Baetong

 

Sungaikolok

1.1

5

Songkhla

7

 

 

 

 

Community hospitals (total casualty of 2,736, death of 212, fatality rate of 7.7%)

1

Rangae

227

Kokpoh

19

Chana

40

2

Ruesoh

209

Ruesoh, Panare

16

Panare

27.1

3

Bannangsata

187

Saiburi

15

Mayor

20

4

Saiburi

169

Mayo

14

Kokpoh

18.1

5

Yaha

163

Bannangsata, Yarang

13

Thungyangdaeng

15.2

 



This map shows the rate of casualties according to the tambon where the incidents occur. The number of injured are classified by monthly period as following:
Dark green - January 2007 - September 2007
Green - October 2007 - June 2008
Light green - July 2008 - December 2008
Yellow - January 2009 - March 2009
Light orange - April 2009
Orange - May 2009
Red - July 2009
The brown color indicates the rate of injured in each district (per 100,000 population per month).


Source: Deep South Violence-related Injury Surveillance statistics

Index of violence statistics for the Thai Deep South

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