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Arkansas Domestic Violence Statistics

The Extent of Violence Against Women and Girls in Arkansas

Data collected from national FBI homicide reports concluded the results listed below, where one male attacker killed one female victim:

2000 Arkansas Ranks 7th in Nation
26 females were murdered by male perpetrators
18, or 69% were domestic related
2001 Arkansas Ranks 7th in Nation
30 females were murdered by male perpetrators
18, or 60% were domestic related
Arkansas Ranks 1st in the Nation for African American Female Domestic Related Deaths
2002 Arkansas Ranks 11th in Nation
25 females were murdered by male perpetrators
16 or 64% were domestic related
2003

Arkansas Ranks 18th in Nation
19 females were murdered by male perpetrators.

16 females or 84% were murdered by someone they knew.

2004

Arkansas Ranks 12th in Nation
24 females were murdered by male perpetrators.

19 females or 79% werre murdered by someone they knew.

2005

Arkansas Ranks 6th in Nation
28 females were murdered by male perpetrators.

21 females or 75% were murdered by someone they knew.

2006

Arkansas Ranks 8th in Nation

25 females were murdered by male perpetrators.

23 females or 96% were murdered by someone they knew.

2007

Arkansas Ranks 4th in Nation

33 females were murdered by male perpetrators.

24 females or 89% were murdered by someone they knew.

 

Note: Men are also victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, however no studies are available reflecting the number of incidents.

Statistics provided by: Violence Policy Center Report, When Men Murder Women, and an annual FBI Supplementary Homicide Report Uniform Crime Reporting Program.

Data Collected by the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence

2008

2009

24 confirmed females murdered due to domestic violence

18 confirmed females murdered due to domestic violence

 
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