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Northern Virginia has the lowest levels of family violence in the Commonwealth, according to a new study that has consolidated family violence data from across Virginia.

The first-of-its-kind report gives locality-by-locality breakdowns of how violence affects everyone from children to the elderly. It also looks at a range of factors that could contribute to abuse.

To learn more about this, Anchor Matt Bush spoke with Fran Inge. She's the Executive Director of the Family and Children's Trust Fund, which conducted the analysis...

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