Domestic violence calls increase during the holidays, especially New Year's Eve

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PHOENIX -- A recent study by the University of California at Berkley and UC San Diego shows domestic violence calls go up during the holidays. Researchers found a 22 percent increase during Thanksgiving, a 17 percent increase during Christmas and a whopping 32 percent increase during New Year's Eve.

Patricia Klahr, president and CEO of Chrysalis, a domestic violence shelter, gives us some insight into these startling numbers.