Family Violence Data
Annual Statistics and Facts
GCFV produces an annual fact sheet on domestic violence statistics and trends. The most recent version, revised in March 2022, contains information relevant to the problem of family violence in Georgia in as well as national statistics.
Family Violence and Firearms in Georgia
Published in January 2023, Family Violence and Firearms in Georgia summarizes the descriptions, opinions and suggestions of a range of Georgia professionals engaged in domestic violence response who participated in six regional discussions on abuser access to firearms, with the purpose of determining how abusers’ access to firearms affects the safety of family violence victims, family violence responders, and Georgia communities at large.
Teen Dating Violence Topic Brief
Published in December 2022, this Teen Dating Violence Topic Brief provides an overview of the impact and prevalence of teen dating violence. National and local data is provided in order to contextualize the issue and increase awareness about the problem of intimate partner violence among adolescents in Georgia.
Male Involvement in Family Violence Incidents
Published in February 2022, Male Involvement in Family Violence Incidents examines the roles of those involved in family violence incidents by gender in Georgia from 2016-2020.
Family Violence in Georgia: A Comparative Analysis 2013-2017
Published in September 2021, Family Violence in Georgia: A Comparative Analysis 2013-2017 builds upon reports released under the umbrella of Family Violence Statistics and Trends in the State of Georgia 2013-2017. The report serves to analyze the relationships between factors related to family violence in a way that accounts for trends unique to six diversely populated geographic tiers within Georgia.
Family Violence Statistics and Trends in the State of Georgia 2013-2017
Released in June 2020, Family Violence Statistics and Trends in the State of Georgia 2013-2017 provides an overview of statewide data pertaining to known incidents of family violence.
Recognizing the need for reliable, timely and targeted data about the problem of family violence, the Georgia Commission on Family Violence (GCFV) is pleased to release ten localized editions of Family Violence Statistics and Trends in Judicial Districts of Georgia 2013-2017. The ten reports, released December 2020, contain data specific to each of Georgia's ten Judicial Districts and build upon the earlier released Family Violence Statistics and Trends in the State of Georgia 2013-2017.
Requesting Additional Georgia Family Violence Data
If you are interested in requesting additional data on family violence in Georgia, the Georgia Commission on Family Violence is happy to help. Please complete the GCFV Data Request Form and a member of our staff will follow-up regarding your request. The GCFV Data Request should not be considered an open records request. For open records requests, please contact [email protected].