Statewide, the median age of female victims was 19-years-old, while the most common age was 14-years-old. Five years old was the most common age of male victims.
Of sex offenses reported statewide, 85 percent did not involve a weapon.
Fifteen percent sex offenses involved use of hands, fists or feet. followed in lesser percentages by asphyxiation, knife or cutting instrument, fire arm, handgun or blunt instrument.
The remaining five percent of violations comprised offenses against minors distributing indecent material, indecent exposure, online enticement of a minor, and unlawful exploitation of a minor.
A small portion of the five percent pertained to kidnapping and incest.
By race, the greater number of victims reported are Alaska Native—54 percent; White—30 percent; Black—three percent; Asian—three percent, and 10 percent race unknown.