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An Overview and Evaluation of Classifying Types of Intimate Partner Violence

Published: December, 2019| Kimberly A. Crossman, Ph.D.

For more than the past decade, violence scholars have moved away from examining intimate partner violence as a "one size fits all" phenomenon toward examining its greater complexities. Johnson's… View this resource

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Combatting Cyberviolence Against Women and Girls: Understanding its Origin and Impact on Survivors

Published: November, 2019| Shelly Clevenger, Ph.D., Jordana Navarro, Ph.D.

This webinar provides an overview of how sexual violence manifests in cyberspace (e.g., non-consensual distribution of pornography, sextortion). Discussion emphasizes how these offenses occur within a… View this resource

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Understanding and Responding to Adolescent Intra-Family Domestic Battery

Published: October, 2019| Robin Hassler Thompson, Wendy Nussbaum

This webinar explains the difference between Adolescent Domestic Battery and Intimate Partner Violence and the need for an alternative system and treatment response to this issue. Adolescent Domestic… View this resource

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Coercive Control: Practical Implications

Published: October, 2019| Evan Stark, Ph.D.

Over the last two decades, England, Ireland, France, Scotland, and a number of other countries and thousands of service organizations world-wide have adapted coercive control as the framework for… View this resource

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Domestic Violence and Technology: New International Research and Resources for Practice

Published: October, 2019| Molly Dragiewicz, Ph.D., Bridget Harris, Ph.D., Rachel Gibson

Dr. Molly Dragiewicz and Dr. Bridget Harris will present recommendations for future research, policy and practice on technology and domestic violence based on the first Australian study focused on… View this resource

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Family Based Violence and Young Women: Unintended Consequences

Published: October, 2019| Francine Sherman

This webinar provides a particular focus on girls charged with any home-based assault (simple assault, domestic battery, assault against as family member) to understand the context of those offenses… View this resource

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An Introduction to National Sources of Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Data

Published: October, 2019| Lynn Addington, Kathleen Ferraro

This webinar is designed as a descriptive and non-technical introduction to national sources of data on intimate partner violence (IPV) victimization in the United States. Target audience members are… View this resource

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Nuisance Ordinances: How They Work, Who They Harm, and How to Fight Them

Published: September, 2019| Sandra Park, J.D.; Linda Morris, J.D.

Nuisance ordinances – which impose civil and criminal penalties on residents for seeking police or emergency medical assistance - purport to discourage crime and promote safety and quality of life… View this resource

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Are Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessments Racially Biased?

Published: July, 2019| Kathleen J. Ferraro, PhD and Neil S. Websdale, PhD

In this webinar, we explore the question of whether Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) risk assessments (RAs) are racially biased. We situate IPV RAs within the broader movement to assess risk, links to… View this resource

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Introduction and Overview of the National Domestic Violence and Firearms Resource Center for OVW Grantees

Published: July, 2019| Kristine Lizdas, J.D.

The National Domestic Violence and Firearms Resource Center provides technical assistance and training on the effective implementation and enforcement of domestic violence-related firearm… View this resource