The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

  Georgia Domestic Violence Deaths Examined, Progress Reported   On March 7, the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence released the 2013 Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report. These statewide agencies have coordinated the Fatality Review Project since it began in 2004. They work with local teams to review domestic […]


Georgia has the twelfth-highest homicide rate in the nation for women killed by men, according to a study released this week on violence against women. Georgia’s rate of 1.58 per 100,000 came out in the study, “When Men Murder Women: An Analysis of 2011 Homicide Data,” which is released each year as a part of […]


2012 Fatality Review released: The 2012 Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project Annual Report discusses gaps in the community’s response to domestic violence and put forth recommendations for change in services, resources, policies, practices, information, collaboration, and training. Georgia’s unfortunate distinction is to be ranked 10th nationally for the rate at which men kill women […]


  For Immediate Release: March 5, 2012 MEDIA ADVISORY Press Contact Maggie Reeves Office: 404.463.0350 Cell: 317.695.3371 maggie.reeves@gaaoc.us Majority Whip Edward Lindsey Denounces 108 Deaths Georgia Domestic Violence Deaths Examined, Progress Reported WHAT:     House Majority Whip Edward Lindsey, Judge Peggy Walker, and Dr. Mesha Ellis will issue the Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report. […]






For Immediate Release: WHAT: Attorney General Sam Olens will speak against domestic violence in Georgia, as the Georgia Commission on Family Violence and the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence host a press conference to release their 7th annual Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report. The report focuses on the gaps in response to domestic violence and […]


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