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March 2014

2013 Domestic Violence Fatalities in Washington State

This document provides data on domestic violence fatalities in Washington State for the year 2013.
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March 2014

2013 Domestic Violence Fatalities in Washington State

In 2013, 35 people were killed in Washington State as a result of domestic violence. This is significantly fewer than the 54 domestic violence deaths in 2012, and the lowest in the seventeen years WSCADV has been collecting this data.
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January 2014

Surveillance for Violent Deaths: National Violent Death Reporting System, 16 States, 2010

Author(s): Sharyn E. Parks, Linda L. Johnson, Dawn D. McDaniel, Matthew Gladden
This report summarizes data from CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) regarding violent deaths from 16 U.S. states for 2010.
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January 2014

2013 Annual Femicide Report

The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women publishes The Femicide Report, a report on women and children murdered in Minnesota, to educate the public about the lethality of domestic violence and child abuse.
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January 2014

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and HIV-Affected: Intimate Partner Violence in 2013

This report contains detailed demographic data on survivors and victims of violence, information on abusive partners, and data on police, medical, and other direct service responses to LGBTQ and HIV-affected survivors.
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January 2014

Strangulation Laws

This chart is a compilation of the strangulation laws in the United States.
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October 2013

Intimate Partner Violence in New Jersey's African American Community: Findings and Recommendations of the New Jersey Domestic Violence Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board

The goal of this report is to identify trends of domestic violence occurrence in the New Jersey African American community and provide culturally unique recommendations to reduce the outcomes of intimate partner homicide for African American victims.
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September 2013

Domestic Violence Homicides In Massachusetts Tracking Analysis 2003-YTD 2013

This document provides information on domestic violence homicides in Massachusetts from 2003 to 2013.
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September 2013

What is the connection between firearms and domestic violence homicides?

This form offers taking points for advocates on the connection between firearms and domestic violence homicides. Recent, fully cited statistics are provided to assist advocates in engaging the media and raising awareness of this important issue.
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September 2013

Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report, 2011 & 2012

This edition of the Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report includes cases and analysis from the calendar years 2011 and 2012.
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August 2013

A Blueprint for Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention

This paper discusses lessons learned and considerations for preventing intimate partner homicide.
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June 2013

When Crisis Strikes: A Toolkit for Critical Incident Response and Management

PCADV developed this toolkit to help domestic violence programs navigate a crisis situation – a homicide, suicide, natural death, accident or fire – that could disrupt services, distress staff and shelter residents, and attract unwanted media and public interest.