Violence Statistics

February 2003
Soldiers;Feb2003, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p7
Presents the statistical information about domestic violence within the Army families in the U.S. Issues on the standard definition of violence; Increase of the rate of unreported abuse; Decrease of the rate of child abuse reports.


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