The Domestic Violence Inventory (DVI) is an evidence based self-report test that is used to evaluate adult (males and females) accused or convicted of domestic violence.
The DVI is used by court appointed evaluators, psychologists, probation officers, counselors, mental health professionals, and others. The DVI is a domestic violence offender risk assessment instrument or test.
The Domestic Violence Inventory (DVI) is a popular domestic violence offender test that has been administered to over 85,000 domestic violence offenders. The DVI facilitates early problem identification, which promotes intervention and as warranted, treatment, while enabling accurate matching of problem severity with treatment intensity.
The Domestic Violence Inventory (DVI) is available on two different testing systems, which are: Online (Over the Internet) and Windows Diskettes/USB Flash Drives: the choice is yours.