Domestic Violence in the Military


Michel Chesnay (Editor)

Series: Domestic Violence and Abuse
BISAC: SOC051000

In the United States, domestic violence, including intimate partner violence and child abuse, are significant problems that cause immense harm in our society. While the military’s domestic violence and child abuse incidence rates are lower than comparable rates in civilian communities, both intimate partners and children die every year at the hands of military servicemembers. The Department of Defense must not rest until they eliminate violence and abuse of intimate partners and children within their ranks.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Domestic Violence and Child Abuse in the Military
Committee on Armed Services

Chapter 2. Keeping Our Service Members and Their Families Safe and Ready: The Military’s Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence
Committee on Armed Services

Chapter 3. Evidence Brief: Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence/Sexual Assault Among Veterans: Evidence Synthesis Program
US Department of Veterans Affairs


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