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Did You Know
Casa serves men and women of all genders, ages and ethnicities
Pinellas County had 6,829 reported domestic violence offenses, an average of 18.7 domestic violence offenses per day.
11 victims were killed by their abusers in Pinellas County in just 2015 alone.
Of the last 145 fatalities, only 14% of the victims had contact with a domestic violence center.
Pinellas County has a 51% higher rate of reported offenses than in Hillsborough…. and actually had 429 more offenses than Hillsborough even though that county has 400,000 more people. Whether due to better reporting or a more severe problem, there is more stress put on agencies working on domestic violence issues.