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Mil Med. 2005 Aug;170(8):705-9.

Perpetration of severe intimate partner violence: premilitary and second year of service rates.

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Behavioral Science and Epidemiology Department, Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA 92186-5122, USA.

Abstract

A longitudinal design was used to compare rates of severe intimate partner violence (SIPV) perpetration during the year before enlistment and the second year of service in a sample of 542 female and 421 male Navy personnel. Overall, 11% reported perpetration of SIPV during the year before service. Premilitary SIPV perpetration rates were significantly higher for women (20%) than for men (4%). After 2 years of service, the overall percentage reporting past-year perpetration of SIPV increased slightly (14%, compared with a premilitary rate of 11%). The patterns of changes in rates of SIPV perpetration varied for men and women. Across time, SIPV perpetration increased among men (from 4% to 16%) and decreased among women (from 20% to 12%). Respondents who were female, younger, and minority reported higher rates of premilitary SIPV perpetration. No demographic factors were associated with reports of SIPV perpetration during the second year.

PMID:
16173214
DOI:
10.7205/milmed.170.8.705
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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