Tue., April 2, 2013 2:45pm (EDT)

Preventing Domestic Violence Homicide
By Ellen Reinhardt
Updated: 1 year ago

ATLANTA  —  
Georgia’s 2012 Domestic Violence Fatality Review that was released last week found 128 people in the state died as a result of domestic violence last year. The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence have been studying the issue for 9 years. (photo by Ellen Reinhardt)
Georgia’s 2012 Domestic Violence Fatality Review that was released last week found 128 people in the state died as a result of domestic violence last year. The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence have been studying the issue for 9 years. (photo by Ellen Reinhardt)
Georgia’s 2012 Domestic Violence Fatality Review that was released last week found 128 people in the state died as a result of domestic violence last year. The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence have been studying the issue for 9 years. GPB's Ellen Reinhardt talks with Jennifer Thomas and Jenny Aszman with the Commission on Family Violence about ways to help save lives.

If you need help, call 1-800-33-HAVEN. That's 1-800-334-2836. That line is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To see the complete Fatality Review report, click here.www.fatalityreview.com