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Probable Suicides: Deaths which are the Result of Intentional Self-harm or Events of Undetermined Intent

Description

Information on the numbers of deaths which were known to be, or are thought likely to be, the result of intentional self-harm, 2012 and previous years.

ISBN

Web Only

Official Print Publication

Web Only



Last updated: 27 August 2013


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Contents

Main points
The definition of the statistics
List of Tables and Chart 


Statistics for other parts of the United Kingdom (UK)

Further information for the rest of the UK can be found via the following website links:

England & Wales

(Office for National Statistics)
Suicides Rates

Northern Ireland

(Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency) 
Suicide Deaths

Note:

Figures for England & Wales and/or Northern Ireland may not always be on exactly the same basis as National Records of Scotland (NRS) figures: there can be differences in the coverage of what at first sight appear to be the same statistics.

Enquiries and Suggestions

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Kirsty MacLachlan, Senior Statistician,
National Records of Scotland,
Room 1/2/3, Ladywell House, Ladywell Road, Edinburgh. EH12 7TF.
Telephone: (0131) 314 4242
E-mail: kirsty.maclachlan@gro-scotland.gsi.gov.uk.


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