Domestic abuse is an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, perpetrated by either a partner or ex-partner, another family member or a carer.
The chart shows the number of incidents in Buckinghamshire between 2019 and 2022 that were attended by the police and flagged as domestic abuse. The incidents are made up of crimes and non-crime occurrences*. The chart also shows the number of incidents where children were recorded as being present.
Experiencing domestic abuse can increase the risk of becoming homeless, and the tables highlight the number of households (year to date) either threatened with homelessness or assessed as homeless where the reason given is domestic abuse.
* a domestic abuse non-crime occurrence is an incident that has been attended by the police and deemed to be a domestic abuse incident but may not meet the criteria of a specific crime.
Incidents of domestic abuse in Buckinghamshire reported to the Police, and incidents where a child was present.
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