Violence in Dating Relationships. Dating violence is a significant and widespread social problem. It is expressed in a range of harmful behaviours — from threats, to emotional maltreatment, to physical and sexual aggression. While some forms of abusive behaviour, such as acts of physical assault, could result in charges under the Criminal Code of Canada, others, such as ridiculing or otherwise being verbally abusive, are harmful but not criminal offences.
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A Review of Teen Dating Violence Prevention Research: What About Hispanic Youth?
Teachers, coaches, school personnel, youth leaders, and other youth-serving professionals play an important role in preventing teen dating violence. They should understand the risk factors and warning signs of teen dating violence, as well as their role in promoting healthy teen relationships. All staff in schools implementing the Dating Matters comprehensive teen dating violence prevention model are strongly encouraged to complete this training. Anyone who wants to learn about teen dating violence prevention can take the Dating Matters Training for Educators!
Preventing Teen Dating Violence
The Bureau of Justice Special Report in May, , concerning Intimate Partner Violence and based on data from , reported that the highest rate of intimate violence is perpetrated against women ages 16 to Though there is more intimate violence against women, there is also intimate violence against men. In fact, CTDB reports that the chance does not differ significantly for male and female high school students of being hurt by a dating partner, although they further report that physical harm caused by female students is more often defensive.