- •Repeat assault is a significant public health issue.
- •Youth, racialized and marginalized groups, and those with mental health concerns or contact with the criminal justice system were most at-risk for repeat assault.
- •Our findings suggest that early intervention targeted to at-risk groups will be important in developing effective prevention strategies.
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