2012
• Women Killed: 114
• Family violence incidents: 188,992
• Adults sheltered: 11,994
• Children sheltered: 14,534
• Adults receiving nonresidential services (i.e., counseling, legal advocacy, etc.): 36,831
• Children receiving nonresidential services: 15,694
• Adults denied shelter (due to lack of space): 26.2%
• Hotline calls answered: 191,301

2011
• Women Killed: 102
• Family violence incidents: 177,983
• Adults sheltered: 11,833
• Children sheltered: 14,578
• Adults receiving nonresidential services (i.e., counseling, legal advocacy, etc.): 37,375
• Children receiving nonresidential services: 15,674
• Adults denied shelter (due to lack of space): 21%
• Hotline calls answered: 207,510

2010
• Women Killed: 142
• Family violence incidents: 193,505
• Adults sheltered: 11,992
• Children sheltered: 14,915
• Adults receiving nonresidential services (i.e., counseling, legal advocacy, etc.) : 37,290
• Children receiving nonresidential services: 16,747
• Adults denied shelter (due to lack of space): 24.94%
• Hotline calls answered: 205,793

Information provided by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, the Texas Council on Family Violence, and the Texas Department of Public Safety

At a glance: Texas Family Violence Facts and Statistics

 

The Texas Department of Public Safety provides statistics on family violence incidents throughout the state, and by county and law enforcement agency. Conducted annually since 1999, the report provides statistics capturing the relationship between the victim and offender, victim and offender demographics, number of officer assaults, type of offense and injury, and if weapons were used.

For more information and to access the latest 2011 report, please click here.

 

The Texas Council on Family Violence conducts a fatality review of the women killed as a result of domestic violence in Texas. The annual Honoring Texas Victims report pays tribute to the Texas women who lost their lives by memorializing their story with an account of their death.  The report provides statistics on demographics of the victims, their relationship to the perpetrator, cause of death, related victims – including children, and more.

To read the stories of 102 Texas women who were killed by their intimate partner in 2011, please click here.

 

The National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) and the National Dating Abuse Hotline (NDAH) releases semiannual reports detailing the number of calls received, the most commonly requested services, type of abuse experienced, and location of caller. National and Texas statistics are available at the links below.

The NDVH National 2012 report is available here.

The NDVH Texas 2012 report is available here. 

The NDAH National 2012 report is available here.

 The NDAH Texas 2012 report is available here. 

 

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) conducts an annual Census is to capture the count of adults and children who seek services from U.S. domestic violence shelter programs during a single 24-hour survey period. Conducted annually by NNEDV since 2006, this Census takes into account the dangerous nature of domestic violence by using a survey designed to protect the confidentiality and safety of victims. National and statewide statistics are available.

For more information and to access the latest 2012 report, please click here.

 

The Center for Disease Control’s National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) is an ongoing, nationally-representative telephone survey that collects detailed information on sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence victimization of adult women and men in the United States. The survey collects data on past-year experiences of violence as well as lifetime experiences of violence. National and statewide statistics are available.

The 2010 survey is the first year of the survey. For more information and to access the 2010 report, please click here.

 

The Mary Kay Foundation’s Truth About Abuse Survey reveals a vivid story about the staggering national trends of how the economy continues to affect survivors of domestic violence since September 2008, a major turning point in the economy. This annual survey takes an in-depth look at domestic violence through the perspective of executive directors at women’s shelters across the country.

To access the latest 2012 report, please click here.

For more information regarding the Mary Kay Truth About Abuse Survey, please click here.

 

Please visit the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence website to access additional statistics and reports.