A new report has found that the South Wales police force area had the second highest number of women killed by men across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The report found that 113 women were killed by men in Wales, England and Northern Ireland between 1st January 2016 and 31st December 2016.
9 in 10 women were killed by men they knew, and 85 women killed by men were killed at their home.
The number of women killed by men per police force area is greatest in three areas with South Wales Police's area seeing 8 women killed by men.
It comes a close second to the Metropolitan police area, followed by Greater Manchester police area.
Unlike these other forces, which have significantly larger population sizes, South Wales also features in the top five areas having the highest rate of femicides per population for that year. Three quarters of the women killed by men in the South Wales Police force area were killed by intimate partners.
Of the 113 women killed by men across Wales, England and Northern Ireland, 13 (12%) were killed in Wales.
Over three quarters of women killed by a former intimate partner were killed within the first year of separation.