Latest Marac data
By tracking the performance of your Marac through data collection, you can identify local strengths and challenges to ensure the safety of victims of domestic abuse from all communities. Send us your completed data form every quarter and SafeLives will send you quarterly performance data about your Marac along with national data to use as a benchmark.
By submitting your data you will also be helping SafeLives to build a national picture of Maracs. This enables us to work proactively with the national Marac steering group to address common issues at a strategic level and develop policy that supports your work.
How do I submit the data?
Data can be submitted online. To get started, or find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org - we are not able to accept Marac referrals, please call our Bristol office on 0117 403 3220 for assistance.
Related resources for collecting your data
- Marac data template
- Marac data template (Scotland)
- Definition of a "repeat" at Marac
- Limiting long-term illness (LLTI) and disability - guidance for referrals
- Reviewing your Marac data
|Overview||12 months 01/10/16 to 30/09/17||12 months 01/01/17 to 31/12/17|
|Total number of Maracs who submitted data||289||289|
|Number of cases seen at these Maracs||88,740||90,482|
|Year-on-year change in number of cases||+4%||+5%|
|Number of children||114,222||117,100|
|Number of cases per 10,000 adult females||35||36|
|% of repeat cases seen at these Maracs||27%||28%|
|% of partner agency referrals to these Maracs||35%||35%|
|Diversity||12 months 01/10/16 to 30/09/17||12 months 01/01/17 to 31/12/17|
|% of these cases with a B&ME background||16.0%||16.0%|
|% of these cases which are LGBT||1.1%||1.1%|
|% of these cases where victim has a disability||5.4%||6.0%|
|% of these cases where the victim is a male||4.7%||5.1%|
|Young people||12 months 01/10/16 to 30/09/17||12 months 01/01/17 to 31/12/17|
|Number of cases where victims aged 16-17||1,404||1,407|
|% of cases where victims aged 16-17||1.6%||1.6%|
|Number harming others aged 17 or below||907||900|