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This report covers research related to domestic violence. Eight sections make up this document: overview; reporting and arrests; perpetrator characteristics; victim characteristics; law enforcement responses; prosecution responses; judicial responses; and intervention programs.

Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research:  For Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Judges Cover

This paper “focus[es] primarily on those [evidence-based] intervention principles most likely to be encountered by the prosecution” (p.2). Sections following an executive summary are: introduction; prosecutorial duty; innovative research; evidence-based principles in prosecutorial practice and leadership; the need for systemic change; and conclusion.

Using Research to Promote Public Safety: A Prosecutor's Primer on Evidence-Based Practice cover
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