This paper explores whether specialized domestic violence courts, which focus on enhancing victim safety and promoting offender accountability, can be part of a multi-faceted approach for tribal justice systems to address domestic violence (2015).
This guide discusses domestic violence within faith communities and how leaders can effectively support victims and respond to perpetrators (2020).
The Tulalip Tribes of Washington are tackling the issue of domestic violence head-on, spearheading an initiative to create a specialized court, one of the first in a tribal justice system. This outline of their planning process highlights the steps involved and serves as a useful guide for tribes seeking to strengthen their court’s response to domestic violence (2019).
This study assesses the opinions and practices of primary care physicians caring for rural women with regard to IPV identification. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with family practitioners and Ob-Gyns in rural, central Pennsylvania, and were analyzed for major themes (2015).
This sheet examines the various perspectives that look at a police arrest report for domestic violence. Professionals including courts, offender programs, child protection, and defense attorneys each have a different use of police reports, and ask unique questions regarding the incident (Uploaded 2020).
This paper examines the impact of CCRs on women’s exposure to IPV and contact with IPV services (2008).
This study seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of CCRs, and suggest areas for enhancement in order to reduce DV recidivism (2002).
This article examines the similarities between domestic violence, disability hate crime, and “mate” crime (2016).