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A greater understanding of how victimization clusters among young people, the distribution, the prevalence, the associated socio-demographic, contextual and behavioural factors and consequences for health of the population in the UK, especially among young people, is required to inform intervention and policy development.
The odds of DRV victimization were 2–8 times greater for males and 2–4 times greater for females who had ever sent a sexually explicit image.
Cross-sectional self-report data were collected from 1751 students aged 16–19 at six FE settings in England and Wales.
Factor analysis examined the structure of DRV victimization by gender.
This article provides the first comprehensive estimate of the distribution of dating and relationship violence and of risk and variation of DRV according to socio-demographic and behavioural factors with a large sample of FE students in England and Wales.
Establishing the association between socio-demographic, contextual and behavioural characteristics with DRV will help to inform whether universal or targeted interventions are appropriate.
The British FE sector is unique; its rapid expansion and as the only universal setting for delivering comprehensive sexual health interventions at this key period, it offers a key context for developing and delivering interventions to address these public health priorities in this high-risk age group at population-wide scale.