Welcome to Teen Violence Statistics

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Statistics show youth violence is becoming a huge problem throughout the world. The purpose of this website is to help educate the public on teenage violence issues; such as gang violence, school shootings, school bullying, anger issues, date rape, and more. Our goal is to help teens, families, and communites get the education and help they need to prevent teen violence. This site offers information on how to seek therapy or treatment for teens and families who are suffering from teen violence issues or abuse. By learning about the causes of teen violence and what each of us can do to help prevent this type of abuse we can help our communities be a safer place.


Violent Children Overview
This violent children overview will give a general overview of the many forms of adolescent violence, warnings signs that a teen may become violent, tips on preventing teenage violence and getting help with therapy or treatments for teen anger and abuse issues. 
Teen Workplace Bullying
Teen workplace bullying may be more common than you think. Recent news has brought school violence, cyberbullying, school bullying, and teen violence to the forefront. But you rarely hear of the teen workplace bullying that occurs on a regular basis.
How to Stop School Violence
As school anti-violence campaigns are coming into full-effect, you can do your part to learn how to stop school violence and cut down bullying and violence in schools. Learning how to stop school violence is a great way to take an active role in keeping your child's school safe.
Teen Violence Treatment
Teen violence treatment for the perpetrators and surviving victims of teen violence comes in many forms. Any teen who has been involved in teen violence as a perpetrator, victim, or witness can benefit from professional counseling and family support.
Dating Violence Statistics
Dating violence statistics indicate about one in three teens has experienced violence in a dating situation. Dating violence statistics show that number continues into adulthood when about one in four women experience domestic violence in her relationship.