This paper examines physical, psychological, sexual, and technological dating violence experiences among LGBTQ+ youth as compared to heterosexual youth.
This article suggests future directions for coordinated community responses. The research highlightsthe importance of identifying which specific services are effective before efforts are made to combine and coordinate those services or interventions (2008).
This article reviews the literature on several CCR components, and suggests directions for future research on CCRs for IPV victims (2014).
This report analyzes the process of a multiagency collaborative involving a large, municipal police department and other service providers as an attempt to find meaningful solutions to family violence against women in a southwestern metropolitan area (2001).
This article details how abusers in IPV contexts use technology to threaten, intimidate, monitor, harass, or harm their victims (2018).
This paper chronicles the Duluth Project, which is a pioneer in coordinated community responses to domestic violence and sexual assault. The Duluth Project is a system of networks, agreements, and applied principles created by the local shelter movement, criminal justice agencies, and human services programs developed in northern Minnesota (January 1997).