Breaking News Regarding Domestic Violence

2022

‘Love and fear should never coexist’: SA notches some successes in its fight against domestic violence

Sheriff calls domestic violence an ‘escalating crime’ in Bexar County, advocates agree

‘Putting victims at risk’: Short staffing, red tape at San Antonio’s Metro Health puts domestic violence victims in jeopardy, employees say

Domestic violence survivor finds freedom and shares story

Majority of Sex Trafficking Crimes Start Online

‘Children are being sold in San Antonio’ | New map shows that sex trafficking is happening all over

No, most sex trafficking victims are not kidnapped by strangers


2021

10 Suggestions for Coping with Loneliness during the Pandemic

San Antonio Attorney Arrested For Third Time In 11 Months After Latest Domestic Violence Incident

Take this survey on domestic violence, help community get funding for change


2020

Texas Family Violence Statistics 2020

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Statistics

City wants you to join its first ever Domestic Violence Symposium, beginning Thursday

The legal roadmap for domestic violence cases

How Has The Pandemic Affected Domestic Violence Prevention, Response In San Antonio?

How COVID-19 is Impacting Domestic Violence in San Antonio

COVID-19 pandemic leads to increased domestic violence, deaths, community leaders say

Homicides increase in San Antonio during COVID-19 pandemic, shutdown

Speak up and save a life: Domestic Violence Town Hall

Domestic Violence Calls Spike in Texas Cities, While Falling in Rural Areas

Alarming Trends in US Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Texas U.S. Attorneys Announce $18Million in Domestic Violence Funding from DOJ’s Office on Violence Against Women

San Antonio Records Domestic Violence Increase During Coronavirus

Domestic abuse survivors, at home with abusers during the pandemic, may be unable to get help.

San Antonio police see 21% increase in family violence call volume

Arrest Of Sheriff’s Deputy For Domestic Violence Is First For BCSO In 2020

San Antonio outlines plans to spend more to address domestic violence