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Lethality Factors

Identifying and understanding lethality factors is crucial for developing safety plans and interventions that effectively address the immediate risks faced by survivors. By recognizing and addressing these factors, advocates and service providers can enhance their ability to protect and support those at risk, striving to create environments where individuals can break free from cycles of violence and find safety and healing.

Lethality factors in the context of domestic violence refer to elements that may increase the risk of harm or danger to a victim or survivor. Adapted by Jackie Campbell’s Danger Assessment, these factors can include: