The Calgary Domestic Violence Collective has identified screening for domestic violence as a protective factor for domestic violence. In 2017 a small research project was conducted in Calgary to understand the prevalence of screening and its impact in certain sectors including family law. It found that there was a low prevalence of screening with a low prevalence of disclosure of domestic violence, despite the fact there is a high prevalence of individuals experience domestic violence and high conflict access the family law legal system. This report by Dr. Katrina Milaney and Nicole Williams was developed to better understand and address this discrepancy. View the report.