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Select from the system’s list below to access links to existing annual reports containing Illinois domestic violence victim information.
Criminal court deals with people who have committed crimes, such as assault and battery.
Administrative and Statistical Summaries that include Circuit Clerk Disbursement of Funds by County for Domestic Violence Shelter and Domestic Violence Abuser Services Fund
Statistics Circuit Court Caseload Statistics on cases filed and disposed including orders of protection.
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJA), the Authority’s Fiscal Year Annual Reports outline work in criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development in Illinois. Included allocation of domestic violence funds.
Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Victims, Abusers, general public ink to Help Line and Zip Code reports.
Domestic Violence Counts: National Census of Domestic Violence Services (Census) is an annual unduplicated count of adults and children who seek services from U.S. domestic violence shelter programs during a single 24-hour survey period. Suggestion: Select year and then Illinois
Chicago Police Department
Quarterly statistical domestic violence reports are listed on this web page, including a few special reports on domestic violence murders and abuse among the elderly.
The Research and Development Division makes available aggregate data regarding crime in Chicago. A number of reports that contain crime aggregate data are available on the CLEARpath Internet site.
Information as of May 31, 2012