Problem Statement There are many identifiable risk factors associated with intimate partner femicide especially from a controlling partner with access to guns who has made previous threats to the victim (Campbell et al. 2003). There is a significant risk of femicide when the victim has left the perpetrator for another partner. The risk associated with femicide include stalking, forced sex, and abuse during pregnancy. According to previous research femicide also known as the homicide of women by a spouse or partner is the leading cause of women in the United States it is also the seventh leading cause of premature death overall among women. These women murdered by their husbands, ex-husbands, lovers, and ex-lovers more often than any other perpetrator. At least 80 percent of femicide or homicides by a partner begin with physical abuse. To decrease femicides, we need to identify women who are in violent relationships and prevent this lethal immortality.