More debunking what Hamilton Police Services has to say about the DV problem

How common is domestic violence against men?

The National Violence Against Women Survey funded by the Centers For Disease Control and the Justice Department declared that 36% of victims are men (1.8 million women, 885,000 men-1998). On the other hand, more than 200 peer-reviewed published surveys and analysis more closely resembles the reality that law enforcement officers actually experience: 50% of the time it is a case of mutual combat, 25% of the time only the woman is violent, 25% of the time only the man is.

See here in Hamilton even though evidence in 200 peer reviewed studies shows that the Domestic violence issues is just about equal on the high end of statistics and about 36% on the low end the male is the victim.
What does that say about Hamilton Police Services number of 95% of the abusers are male?
How can this be?
Are Hamilton Police Services actively engaging in crime reporting based on gender?
How can Hamilton Police Services' statistics be so far out of "whack" with the rest of Canada and in fact the World?
It is not like Hamilton Police Services has already classified one assault by a female against a male as a Domestic Verbal and not as Domestic Violent have they?
For the truth look at the previous post by me entitled

“A bad statistic,” says sociologist Joel Best, “is harder to kill than a vampire.”

In that blog post you will see Hamilton Police Services actual report that they did in fact classify a Domestic Violent crime as a Domestic Verbal The end result is  a fraudulent reporting of the true statistics of Crime here in Hamilton. It sure looks nice on paper, at least for Hamilton Police Services it does.

Here is another article saying the same thing Domestic abuse issues are not a woman only crime.

"There are many programs for female victims of domestic violence too numerous to mention - and that's a good thing. But what happens when the MALE is the victim of domestic violence? Are we as a society quick to intervene, do we show compassion for the male victim, or do we simply look the other way?"

Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/relationships-articles/male-victims-of-...
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Hamilton Police Services do look the other way this is the only way that they can come up with a statistic that 95% of abusers are male. Two more articles Showing that Hamilton Police Services are acting discriminatory towards males.
I wonder will the truth be told eventually by Hamilton Police Services or will they continue to spoon feed us fraudulent statistics?
Dan

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Comment by Edward Teach on December 22, 2010 at 12:54pm

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asks the question, "Is it politic?" And Vanity comes along and asks the
question, "Is it popular?" But Conscience asks the question "Is it
right?" And there comes a time when one must take a position that is
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Conscience tells him it is right. - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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