Colima has the highest rate of women in situations of violence

Colima has the highest rate of women in situations of violence

Colima, Col. – Nearly one million women in situations of violence were treated in specialized centers operating in the country in 2021 and 2022, and protection orders were processed in 232,229 cases, Inegi, an organization that reports, reported in 2022. The highest rate of hearing of cases in women’s justice centers per 10 thousand women was in Kolyma with 548.7; Querétaro, with 292.2, and Coahuila, with 252.5.

It indicated that 65 Centers for Women’s Justice (CJMs) provided care to 967,920 alleged victims in those two years, an average of 2,616 per day.

About 30 percent of the women participating in the CJM were in the age range of 30 to 44 years and 27 percent were in the age range of 15 to 29 years.

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95.9 percent of women went directly to the center for treatment, 3.6 percent were referred to other institutions and 0.5 percent received on-site care (home, hospital or medical units, incident site).

Between 2021 and 2022, the CJM observed one million 361,653 incidents of violence. The most reported cases were physical violence with 33.2 percent cases and psychological violence with 24.9 percent cases.

The main areas of incidence were couples with 28.2 percent and communities with 15.6 percent.

The entities with the highest rates of cases treated in CJM per 10 thousand women in 2022 were Kolyma, with 548.7; Querétaro, with 292.2, and Coahuila, with 252.5.

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Of the women assisted in 2021 and 2022 across the country, 208,475 filed complaints with the Public Ministry and 51,935 filed complaints.

Inegi detailed that 60.2 percent of the protection orders processed were preventive and 15.9 percent were emergency.

The main granting authority was the Public Ministry, with 83 percent of orders.

“There are multidisciplinary and inter-institutional spaces that provide comprehensive care free of charge to women victims of gender violence, as well as their minor daughters and sons,” the CJM explained.


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