Insights data

Datasets on Idva services, outreach services, children accessing domestic abuse services and sexual violence services

Our Insights system provides the largest dataset on domestic abuse in the UK. We gather data from services working with victims, survivors and their children, to build a picture of the experiences of survivors, and the support they receive.

Read our latest datasets

Idva services

Outreach services

Children accessing domestic abuse services

Sexual violence services

Past datasets

Refuge services

Health-based services

Helpline services


Additional briefings

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Young people: research briefings

Evidence and briefings from our Young People's Programme in 2014 - exploring the intersection between young people experiencing domestic abuse and child sexual exploitation (CSE), poor mental health, online abuse, substance misuse, and parenthood. 

Insights for domestic abuse services

Our Insights tool helps services to understand, demonstrate and improve their impact. With the help of our team of independent evaluators, service managers can understand their data in new ways, and make sure the support they offer to victims, survivors and their families is the best it can be – as well as contributing to our Insights dataset which will influence policymakers and commissioners.

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