Injury Data and Reports

The Injury & Violence Prevention Program (IVPP) prepares injury reports and data tables based upon intentional and unintentional injury-hospitalizations and fatalities among all ages in Los Angeles County. These reports can be downloaded, copied, and distributed for public use with appropriate citation.

Data Sources summary that IVPP is able to access.

DATA TABLES DATE UPDATED
Los Angeles County 5-Year Injury by Mechanism Data Tables - ED Visits, Hospitalizations, Mortality  December 2015
Los Angeles County SPA 10-Year Injury Rates by Mechanism Trend Graphs - Hospitalizations, Mortality December 2015
Los Angeles County Leading Causes of Injury Tables - ED Visits, Hospitalizations, Mortality, Years of Potential Life Lost December 2015

 

TOOLKITS DATE UPDATED
Community Walking Club Toolkit (Color)  2012
Community Walking Club Toolkit (Black & White) 2012


BRIEFS DATE UPDATED
Suicide Impact 2013    Suicide Impact 2013 Spanish 2016
Quick Facts About Intimate Partner Violence 2013
Homicides and Firearm Deaths in Los Angeles County 2013
Motor Vehicle Traffic Injuries in Los Angeles County 2013
Poisoning Injuries in Los Angeles County 2013
Suicide Injuries in Los Angeles County 2013
January is Stalking Awareness Month 2013
Drug Deaths in Los Angeles County - Fact Sheet 2011
Falls Among Older Adults in Los Angeles County 2010

 

 

REPORTS DATE UPDATED
Los Angeles County Injury Mortality Report 2010 2010
Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Data Sources 2010
Los Angeles County Injury Hospitalization Report 2008
Injury Related Morbidity and Mortality in Los Angeles County 2005

 

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