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A pamphlet titled Teen Dating Violence is also available.The number of incidents and the severity of the abuse increase as the relationship continues.Teen dating violence can be as lethal as domestic abuse. Todd Bess, executive director of the Indiana Association of School Principals, said dating violence hasn't been a topic of conversation for the organization's membership but that principals do take student safety seriously. teens are victims of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, according to data from the Domestic Violence Awareness Project.If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could be the victim of dating abuse.Dating violence or abuse affects one in ten teen couples. It's yelling, threatening, name-calling, saying I'll kill myself if you leave me, obsessive phone calling, and extreme possessiveness.The department provides those materials to schools, but their use is optional. Web Link Disclaimer: The Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC) provides links from this site to external websites because of their potential interest or usefulness to the safe and positive school environment, an education community or the general public."Anytime we’re talking about our students and their safety, that’s of high importance to us," he said."We try to be very proactive in how we provide resources and support systems to kids."In 2010, the Indiana General Assembly passed a law requiring the Indiana Department of Education to develop dating violence educational materials and model policies for responding to and reporting incidents of teen dating violence.