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Washington State Domestic Violence Data

Domestic Violence Counts: A 24-hour Census of Domestic Violence Shelters & Services – Washington State Summary

This annual census from the National Network to End Domestic Violence provides data on the services offered during one day by domestic violence programs in Washington State. The census includes reports for each state individually as well as a report for the entire country.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

This annual report from the Washington State Department of Social & Health Services includes data on the services provided by domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs across Washington State.

Health of Washington

This report provides a “one-stop” summary of data on public health in Washington State. Download the most recent chapter on Domestic Violence under the Injury and Violence heading.

Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)

PRAMS is a joint research project between the Washington State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). New mothers answer questions about their behaviors and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy. The survey includes questions about physical abuse, stress and social support, and birth control and pregnancy intention. Find PRAMS data here.

Public Health Data by County

Many Local Health Jurisdictions (LHJs) produce county-level reports and data about health topics including domestic violence. Visit the LHJ webpages for the county data of interest to you.

Washington Crime Statistics

The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) produces an annual report, Crime in Washington, with data reported by local, county, and Tribal law enforcement agencies. The report provides statewide data on the number and types of domestic violence offenses reported statewide, and for each law enforcement agency. Domestic violence offenses include those in which the relationship between the victim and offender meets the definition of a “family or household member” under state law.