Family Violence Report
Violence at Home: The Fact Report, 2011 (Download PDF)
Family violence takes place behind closed doors and is most often only made visible through a traumatic report of an incident or a court case in the news. Concrete data about the extent of family violence tends to be scattered across state agencies, divided by the age of the victim, and separated by the nature of the crime. Violence at Home: The FACT Report is a repository for data on family violence across Virginia. First developed in 2010, the report is a compilation of family violence indicators across the lifespan, including data on children, families and older adults.
- Kathy Glazer, President, Virginia Early Childhood Foundation, Richmond, VA
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