Answer: All statics for the military in whole can be found in the Department of Defense Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military

The following Statics come from the website mentioned above:

Table 1: Unrestricted Reports of Sexual Assault by Alleged Offense and Military Status, FY12

Most Serious Offense Alleged in Report

Total Unrestricted Reports Number of Reports Involving Service Members as Victims and Number of Reports Involving Non-Service Members as Victims


Total 676

Service Members as Victims 467 Non-Service Members as Victims 209

Aggravated Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault

Total 724

Service Members as Victims 573 Non-Service Members as Victims  151

Aggravated Sexual Contact

Total 92

Service Members as Victims 70 Non-Service Members as Victims 22

Abusive Sexual Contact

Total 308

Services Member as Victims 252 Non-Service Members as Victims 56

Wrongful Sexual Contact

Total 580

Service Member as Victims 478 Non-Service Members as Victims 102

Indecent Assault

Total 6

Service Member as Victims 6 Non-Service Members 0

Non-consensual Sodomy

Total 162

Service Members as Victims 129 Non-Service Members as Victims 33

Attempts to Commit Offenses

Total 10

Service Members as Victims 10 Non-Service Members 0

Total Unrestricted Reports in FY12

Total 2,558

Service Members as Victims 1,985 Non-Service Members 573

These are just a few statistics about CSEC in the United States:

  • The average age of entry into prostitution is 12-13 years old.
  • 80-90% of victims of sex trafficking are survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
  • Within 48-72 hours of running away from home, a child will likely be contacted and attempted to be recruited by a pimp.
  • Over 100,000 children in the United States are commercially sexually exploited each year.

In 2013, CASE served 77 survivors of sex trafficking under the age of 18 who were residents of the County of San Bernardino.

For your information:
Child Abuse Statistics -A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds; -More than four children die every day as a result of child abuse; -It is estimated that between 50-60% of child fatalities due to maltreatment are not recorded as such on death certificates; -Approximately 70% of children that die from abuse are under the age of 4. See the following website for resources and status (
Rape and Sexual Assault Statistics- About Victims:

44% of victims are under age 18

80% are under age 30 Reporting to Police:

60% of sexual assaults are not reported to the police – 97% of rapists will never spend a day in jail About Rapists;

Approximately 2/3 of assaults are committed by someone known to the victim – 38% of rapists are a friend or acquaintance See the following website for additional information

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