Measurement of adolescent dating violence has substantial implications for our understanding of prevalence, correlates and outcomes; thus, the selection of a measure for a given research study is an important task. Currently, however, no comprehensive compendium presents adolescent dating violence measures with evidence of reliability and validity, or discusses strengths and limitations of these measures. Such a document would aid researchers in the selection of appropriate measures, and would also identify gaps in the literature, as well as directions for future research. Thus, this two-part comprehensive review presents adolescent dating violence measures that have been the focus of psychometric testing. Part 1 of this review presents behavior measures (i.e. measures that assess victimization and perpetration), while Part 2 presents attitude measures. We also review empirical literature that uses identified measures. In Part 2, we conclude by discussing the implications of this review for adolescent dating violence measurement.