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.
Internet Violence and Cyberthreats
This article contains information on many ways in which teen internet violence and cyberthreats occur, and tips on what parents can do to help reduce teen violence online. Keep reading to find out more about teenage internet violence, cyberthreats, and cyberbullying.
School Shootings
According to school violence statistics, school shooting incidents have increased dramatically. This article contains some statistics on school shootings, a profile of people who have participated in school shootings, and tips on what to do about school violence.
How to Stop Bullying
Whether your teen is the bullying victim or the teen bullying his/her peers it is important to learn how to stop bullying. Problems with bullying are continuing to grow, which is why it is good for parents and teens to learn how to stop bullying before it gets out of hand.
School Shooting Statistics
School shooting statistics indicate while school shootings have taken the spot light in American media, school shootings have occurred in public institutions of learning for decades. School shooting statistics show that school violence is often attributed to cases of bullying among students.