Data available on
- Marital status
Children's name who are residing with the clients at the shelter, date of birth of both client and children, perpetrator's name and surname, admission and discharge date, comments about the case, where the client went after discharge from shelter, field social worker name, referral, locality
Relationship with perpetrator
Repeatedly suffering from GBV
The name of the perpetrator is recorded and the relationship is indicated in the victim's personal file and not within this administrative data source
- Marital status
Relationship with victim
This means that it is recorded whether there exists a previous relationship between victim and offender (e.g. family, intimate partner) or not (stranger).
No information collected on Background information
Relationship with victim/perpetrator
Incident description by witness
Children witnessing IPV incident
This administrative data source does not collect information on Incident
This administrative data source does not collect information on Prosecution process
This administrative data source does not collect information on Outcomes
- In paper form
- Electronically (single files)
- Electronically (database)
Frequency of updating
Quality assurance process
Regarding the client enough data is collected to create a profile of the victim, to enhance quality assurance between the professionals working with the client. Data collected on the children accompanying the client is also collected as this administrative data source reports back to 'Children's Homes Office' run the Catholic Church.
No information available
Data is recorded on admission of client.
Dar Merhba Bik is represented on the Commission on Domestic Violence and ongoing discussions take place to improve data collection.
Relation with third parties