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APPENDIX

Summary of Recommended Data Elements

 

Data Element

 

Description/Definition 

 

Data Type

No. 

Name 

1.101 1.102 1.103 2.101 Case ID Data Source Date of First Agency Documentation Birth Date of Victim A required, unique identification code used by the agency compiling IPV surveillance data Agency or source from which IPV surveillance information is abstracted Date when the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person Date of birth of the victim CX — extended composite ID with check digit CE — coded element TS — time stamp TS — time stamp

2.102

Sex of Victim

Sex of victim

CE — coded element

2.103

Race of Victim

Race of victim

CE — coded element

2.104

Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity of Victim

Ethnicity of victim. A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”

CE – coded element

2.105

City, State, and County of Victim’s Residence

City, state, and county of the victim’s residence at the time the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person

XAD — extended address

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

2.106 3.101

Marital Status of Victim Physical Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Victim’s legal marital status at the time when the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person Occurrence, ever in the victim’s life, of physical violence by any intimate partner

CE — coded element CE — coded element

3.102

Number of Episodes Involving Physical Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Number of episodes, ever in the victim’s life, involving physical violence by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

3.103

Number of Episodes Involving Physical Violence in the Past 12 Months by Any Intimate Partner

Number of episodes involving physical violence by any intimate partner (current or former) that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person

CE — coded element

3.104

Number of Episodes Involving Physical Violence in the Past 12 Months by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Number of episodes involving physical violence by the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

3.201 Sexual Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever  Occurrence, ever in the victim’s life, of sexual violence by any intimate partner  CE — coded element 

3.202

Number of Episodes Involving Sexual Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Number of episodes, ever in the victim’s life, involving sexual violence by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

3.203

Number of Episodes Involving Sexual Violence in the Past 12 Months by Any Intimate Partner

Number of episodes involving sexual violence by any intimate partner (current or former) that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person

CE — coded element

3.204

Number of Episodes Involving Sexual Violence in the Past 12 Months by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Number of episodes involving sexual violence by the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

3.301

Threat of Physical or Sexual Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Occurrence, ever in the victim’s life, of the threat of physical or sexual violence by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

3.302

Number of Episodes Involving Threat of Physical or Sexual Violence by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Number of episodes, ever in the victim’s life, involving threat of physical or sexual violence by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

3.303

Number of Episodes Involving Threat of Physical or Sexual Violence in the Past 12 Months by Any Intimate Partner

Number of episodes involving threat of physical or sexual violence by any intimate partner (current or former) that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person

CE — coded element

3.304

Number of Episodes Involving Threat of Physical or Sexual Violence in the Past 12 Months by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Number of episodes involving threat of physical or sexual violence by the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode that occurred in the 12 months prior to the date of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

3.401

Psychological/ Emotional Abuse by Any Intimate Partner Ever

Occurrence, ever in the victim’s life, of psychological/emotional abuse by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

3.402 Psychological/ Emotional Abuse in the Past 12 Months by Any Intimate Partner  Occurrence of psychological/ emotional abuse by any intimate partner (current or former) in the 12 months prior to the date the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system first documented IPV victimization for this person  CE — coded element 

3.403 4.101

Proportion of Time Victim Felt Psychologically/ Emotionally Abused in the Past 12 Months by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode Type(s) of Violence in Most Recent Episode

Proportion of time the victim felt psychologically/emotionally abused by the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode in the 12 months prior to the date of the most recent violent episode The type(s) of violence used in the most recent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element CE — coded element

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

4.102

Date of Most Recent Violent Episode

Date when the most recent violent episode by any intimate partner ended

TS — time stamp

4.103

Date of Agency Documentation of Most Recent Violent Episode

The date when the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner was first documented by the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system

TS — time stamp

4.104

City, State, and County of Occurrence

City, state, and county of occurrence of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

XAD — extended address

4.105

Victim’s Pregnancy Status

The victim’s pregnancy status at the time of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.106

Number of Perpetrators

Whether one or multiple perpetrators were involved in the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.107

Relationship of Victim and Perpetrator

The victim’s relationship to the perpetrator at the time of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.108

Cohabitation of Victim and Perpetrator

The victim and the perpetrator’s cohabitation status at the time of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.109 Length of Intimate Relationship The time between the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner and the time when the victim and perpetrator first became intimate partners, specified in months NM — numeric

4.110

Length of Time Relationship Had Been Violent

The length of time, in months, between the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner and the first violent episode that involved the same partner

NM — numeric

4.111

Pattern of Violence in the Past 12 Months

Pattern of violence with the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode in the 12 months prior to the date of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

4.112

Number of Children in Victim’s Home

The number of children under age 18 who were living in the victim’s home at the time of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

NM — numeric

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

4.201

Physical Consequences to Victim

The physical consequences to the victim attributed to the most recent violent episode, perpetrated by any intimate partner, by the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system

CE — coded element

4.202

Psychological Consequences to Victim

The psychological consequences to the victim attributed to the most recent violent episode, perpetrated by any intimate partner, by the agency providing data to the IPV surveillance system

CE — coded element

4.203

Medical Care Received by Victim

The medical health care received by the victim following the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.204

Mental Health Care Received by Victim

The mental health care (excluding substance abuse treatment) received by the victim following the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.205

Substance Abuse Treatment Received by Victim

The substance abuse treatment received by the victim following the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

4.206

Deaths Related to Episode

All deaths associated with the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner

CE — coded element

Data Element

 

Description/Definition

 

Data Type

No.

Name

4.301 Birth Date of Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode  Date of birth of the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner TS — time stamp

4.302

Sex of Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Sex of the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

4.303

Race of Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Race of the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

4.304

Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity of Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Ethnicity of perpetrator of the most recent violent episode. A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”

CE — coded element

4.305

City, State, and County of Residence of Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

City, state, and county of residence of the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode, at the time of the event

XAD — extended address

4.306

Alcohol Use by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Proportion of time the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode uses alcohol in conjunction with violence or abuse

CE — coded element

4.307

Drug Use by Perpetrator of Most Recent Violent Episode

Proportion of time the perpetrator of the most recent violent episode uses drugs (other than alcohol) in conjunction with violence or abuse

CE — coded element

4.308

Weapons Used by Perpetrator in Most Recent Violent Episode

Weapons (including bodily force) used by the perpetrator in the most recent violent episode

CE — coded element

 

 

 

 

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