Want to know how many Wisconsin people died or were hospitalized from falling? How many were victims of violent crime? Interested in detailed statistics about violent deaths as reported by those investigating the cases? Do you want to make comparisons with national statistics? The Wisconsin Injury Prevention Program uses data from multiple sources to monitor injury-related events in Wisconsin.
- The Burden of Suicide in Wisconsin: 2007-2011, P-00648 (07/2014) (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Statewide by Region (2004-2011), P-00641 (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Northeastern Counties (2004-2011), P-00642 (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Northern Counties (2004-2011), P-00643 (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Southeastern Counties (2004-2011), P-00644<.a> (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Southern Counties (2004-2011), P-00645 (PDF)
- Violent Deaths Western Counties (2004-2011), P-00646 (PDF)
- The Burden of Injury in Wisconsin, 2011, P-00283 (PDF)
- Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health (WISH)
- Measuring Healthy Wisconsin 2010 Injury Objectives
- Wisconsin Department of Transportation Crash Facts
- Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS)
- Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance Documents
Data Sets Managed by the Wisconsin Injury Prevention Program
Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health (WISH) is a web-based data system that includes data on injury-related hospitalizations, emergency department visits and deaths. The system can be queried by demographics (age, sex, race, ethnicity), geographic area (statewide, county, State Health Regions, Regional Trauma Advisory Councils), and by specific injury causes and manner of injury.
The Wisconsin Violent Death Reporting System (WVDRS) is based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS). Wisconsin is one of 17 states funded by CDC to begin NVDRS. WVDRS is a statewide surveillance system that collects detailed information on all homicides, suicides, deaths of undetermined intent, deaths resulting from legal intervention, and deaths related to unintentional firearm injuries.
CASEPOINT, the Medical Examiner/Coroner Electronic Reporting System Software, provides real-time, standardized, web-based electronic data entry and access on site. CASEPOINT has the ability to release real-time injury related data to agencies throughout the state. A plan to integrate CASEPOINT and WVDRS is being developed.