Dating violence charts
High school students who experience dating violence–both physical and sexual–are far more likely to consider, plan and attempt suicide than their counterparts.
The Centers for Disease Control conducted a thorough study on the prevalence of teen dating violence (TDV) amongst high school students throughout the United States.
Every student, parent and teacher needs to be aware of the prevalence of teen dating violence in the US.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that one in eleven adolescents is a victim of physical dating violence.
sexually abused seriously considered suicide and made a suicide plan.
Of the male students who were similarly abused, 40.4 percent seriously considered suicide and 41.3 percent made a suicide plan.
 Tween and Teen Dating Violence and Abuse Study, Teenage Research Unlimited for Liz Claiborne Inc.
The 11 facts you want are below, and the sources for the facts are at the very bottom of the page. Please "contact-us" to request a format other than those available.by Tina Hotton Mahony Prevalence of police-reported dating violence Victims of dating violence most likely to be female Differences in rates of dating violence between the sexes decline with age Increase in police-reported rates of dating violence Common assault most likely offence in dating violence Similar proportion of male and female victims of dating violence sustained injuries More than 4 in 10 incidents of dating violence occur in the victim's home Dating violence involving female victims more likely to lead to charges Homicides perpetrated in dating relationships Summary Methodology Detailed data tables References Notes According to results of the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY), approximately 71% of youth in Canada report being in a dating relationship by the age of 15. Interpersonal and Physical Dating Violence among Teens. “Physical Dating Violence Among High School Students – United States,” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, May 19, 2006, Vol.