to Find the Facts
This set of tips outlines how to obtain records of domestic violence
calls and other statistics from police departments and other public
Letter for Finding the Facts
This fill-in-the-blank letter serves as a model for requesting data
from official sources.
Community Attitudes Survey
This tool offers clearly-worded survey questions for assessing community
members' familiarity with and concerns about domestic violence and
on How to Use a Community Survey
This information sheet describes five ways a CAT can use survey
data in community mobilization work.
This attitude survey provides a means of gathering information about
teens' knowledge and understanding of, and concerns about, relationship
abuse and dating violence.
Helpful Types and Sources of Official Data
This set of tips is designed to guide the search for public records
and sources of information about local conditions.
How to Write a Public Records Act Request
'How to Write a Public Records Act Request' includes specific instructions for gathering information and statistics from local public officials, with sample letters for different types of requests.