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.


Gang Violence
Gang violence is real, and a natural concern for most parents. This article contains the history of gang violence and some gang violence statistics, based on a National Youth Gang Survey conducted by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Sibling Rivalry
Sibling rivalry, or antagonism between brothers and sisters, may be short-lived or last a lifetime. Sibling rivalry may also cross over into different forms of bullying and violence. This article tells about types of sibling rivalry, causes, and effects of sibling rivalry.
School Bullying
This article will help define school bullying, offer statistics on teenage bullying, causes of teens becoming bullies, what youth are more likely to bully others, the effects of bullying on the victim, warning signs of a child being bullied, and tips on what to do if you are being bullied.
How to Report Violence Anonymously
Violence and bullying can be very frightening situations, which is why many want to learn how to report violence anonymously. Getting caught up in an altercation can be dangerous, so learning how to report violence anonymously is a great way to report the incident without having to worry about getting caught in the middle.
Rape Statistics
When it comes to rape statistics, the numbers are still startling high and that is just the number of rape or sexual assault incidents that are even reported. Rape statistics may not even be the most accurate because so many victims are hestitant to report the event.