The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Fatality Review

The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence partners with the Georgia Commission on Family Violence to research and publish the Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Annual Report.  It is an examination of the circumstances and consequences of domestic violence fatalities and near fatalities over the past 6 years, for the purpose of saving lives and holding abusers accountable.

Purpose of Georgia’s Fatality Review

Each Domestic Violence Fatality Review Annual Report serves the following four primary purposes:

Themes

Each year, the report presents different themes based on the findings that emerge from cases reviewed.  In 2010, the report addresses a particulary gap in delivery of services to domestic violence victims and survivors.  We need people to know that vital, free services offered by domestic violence programs are available to those who are not staying in shelter or who have not left their relationship.


Download Resources You Can Use Now In Your Community

Georgia DV Fatality Review Key Findings

Ten Steps Employers or Businesses Can Take Right Now to Promote Domestic Violence Awareness

Calling Faith Community Leaders to Take Action Now

Our Faith Community Does Not Support Abuse!

Safety Planning with Teens Tip Sheet

 

Download Reports

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

Note: Some internet speeds may not allow these reports to be easily downloaded.  If you would like to order hard copies of any of these reports, please contact us.

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