Statistics and Research

Statistics

45 Key Facts about Male Victims of Domestic Abuse (March 2019 Final) *

45 Key Facts – Male Victims (March 2019 Final) – new*

Police reporting figures (2012-2017) new (male and female victims of domestic abuse)

Convictions of Domestic Abuse (2004/05 – 2017/18)new

Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (“Clare’s Law”) update  – coming soon

Intimate (ex) Partner Homicides: Men (to 2015/16)

Male Victims of Domestic Abuse and Partner Abuse:Briefing on Gender and Sexuality of Perpetrators (The Gender of their Perpetrators is Overwhelmingly Female)

Office for National Statistics (England and Wales) / Scotland:

The nature of violent crime in England and Wales: year ending March 2018 (published February 2019)

Domestic abuse: findings from the Crime Survey for England and Wales: year ending March 2018 (published November 2018)

Datatools (published November 2018)

Scotland Domestic Abuse Survey (November 2018)

Media coverage of male victims of domestic abuse

Media Coverage of the ManKind Initiative, and, male victims of domestic abuse (2007 – Easter 2019)

Other statistical sites or research

Dr Elizabeth Bates: Hidden Victims and 20 Voices video

“No one would ever believe me”: an exploration of the impact of intimate partner violence victimization on men. Psychology of Men and Masculinity 

Men’s experience of domestic abuse in Scotland: An Update

Gendered Stereotypes and intimate violence

Testing Predictions

Dr Siobhan Weare: Forced to Penetrate

Parity UK

Domestic abuse in London: Numbers of male victims and services available

Dr Brian Dempsey (Abused Men in Scotland): Men’s Experience of Domestic Abuse in Scotland

Daryll Sweet (Men’s Advisory Project Northern Ireland – MAPNI): Towards Gender Equality.

Dr Ben Hine: Invisible Men

Dr Sarah Wallace

Men who experience domestic abuse: A service perspective

Dr Jesscia McCarrick: New Voices: The ‘Minority’ Man?

William Collins: Domestic Abuse and the Family Courts

Safe Lives: http://www.safelives.org.uk/policy-evidence/policy-and-research-library

Dewar 4 Research: http://www.dewar4research.org/

Springer Hub: Partner Abuse Summary of 70+ Studies

Abby James: Examining Issues Surrounding Public Attitudes and Awareness in Relation to Domestic Violence Against Males

Michelle Wells: It’s deemed unmanly’: men’s experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV)

Marie Hunter: Female Perpetrated Domestic Abuse

Laura Geall: The Underepresentation of male victims

Khawaja Akbar: Law and the Male Victim of Domestic Violence (Khawaja Akbar)

Lydia Stoneman: The Current Social Issue of Stigmatisation towards Male Victims of Intimate Partner

Zoe Garratt: Domestic Violence Against Men – Is it a Forgotten Crime?

Dr Simon Josolyne: Men’s experiences of violence and abuse from a female intimate partner:

Katie Lambert: Broken Men Break The Silence

Christopher Stephenson: Fathers’ Experiences of Domestic Violence

Suzanne Baines: Criminal Justice Response to Male Victims

Mark Brooks: The Seven Challenges Male Victims Face

*fact 39 under revision

Archive

45 Key Facts and Statistics on Male Victims of Domestic Abuse (March 2019)old

45 Key Facts about Male Victims of Domestic Abuse (March 2019) – old old

35 Key Facts – Male Victims of Domestic Abuseold

Number of male victims of domestic abuse reporting to England and Wales police forces (2012-2016) – old

30 Key Facts – Male Victims (February 2017) – old

Convictions of Domestic Violence perpetrators (2004-2016) – old

Number of domestic abuse victims reporting to the police (2012 to 2015)old

30 Key Facts – Male Victims (Nov 2016)old

30 Key Facts – Male Victims (Sep 2016) – old

30 Key Facts – Male Victims (Mar 2016) – old

Convictions of Domestic Violence perpetrators (2004 -2014) – old

Police Force Domestic Abuse Reporting (2012 to 2015) – excel old

Clare’s Law –old

Clare’s Law (Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme)old

Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (Clare’s Law)old

Convictions for Domestic Abuse – (2004/05 to 2016/17)old

Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (Clare’s Law) – male victims – old

Focus on violent crime and sexual offences, England and Wales: year ending Mar 2016 (published on 9 February 2017) and  (published 8 Febraury 2018) for year ending Mar 2017