Experience of domestic violence Data dictionary
|Outcome area||Safety, rights and justice|
|Priority||Violence against women and their children|
Proportion of women with disability aged 18 years and over who have experienced family or domestic violence since age 15, compared with women without disability1.
|Most recent data||
Women aged 18 and over.
Number of women aged 18 and over with and without disability or a long-term health condition who experienced physical or sexual violence or emotional abuse by a family member or current or previous partner since the age of 15.
Number of women aged 18 and over with and without disability or a long-term health condition.
The number of women aged 18 and over with/without disability or a long-term health condition, who experienced physical violence, sexual violence, or emotional abuse by a boy-/girlfriend/date, current partner, previous partner, ex-boy-/girlfriend, mother/father, son/daughter, or other relative or in-law, since the age of 15, divided by the number of women aged 18 and over with/without disability or a long-term health condition.
Expressed as a percentage.
100 x (Numerator ÷ Denominator)
|Source Name||Australian Bureau of Statistics – Personal Safety Survey (PSS)|
|Measure||Experience of domestic violence|