Police received more than 80 reports of domestic abuse in Devon and Cornwall every day last year, it has emerged.
There was a 13% rise in cases in the last four years according to a Freedom of Information answer.
Of the total 30,103 reported cases last year, 1,453 ended in a conviction.
Devon and Cornwall Police said reducing domestic abuse was a priority and more officers were specialising in dealing with the problem.
According to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics with 8.5% of women and 4.5% of men having experienced domestic abuse in the last year, equivalent to an estimated 1.4m female victims and 700,000 male victims.