Domestic violence in West Virginia, and all the United States is a major societal problem, that has multiple repercussions for the victims. Intimate partner violence and family violence are both types of domestic violence, and the perpetrator in both have the same goal, which is to control the victim, however possible. The law enforcement agencies have multiple training opportunities and have a guide that they can use to help assess the offender’s dangerousness and lethality. West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers training and technical assistance to victim’s advocates that focus on victims of domestic violence.
"The "D" in Violence. An Analysis of Domestic Violence in West Virginia.,"
The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice: Vol. 1, Article 5.
Available at: https://mds.marshall.edu/msjcj/vol1/iss1/5