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Reframing Domestic Violence as Coercive Control, Part 2 of 2: What This Means for Interventions

Published: May, 2012| Evan Stark

Evan Stark continues the presentation he began April 19th, explaining why the violence model is insufficient and describing how coercive control harms women’s most basic rights to liberty, equality… View this resource

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Should I Stay or Should I Go, Part II: Emerging Issues in Interstate Custody and Relocation Cases Involving Domestic Violence

Published: May, 2012| Deborah Goelman, Darren Mitchell

This webinar addresses additional questions about interstate custody and relocation cases raised by participants during the first webinar, as well as emerging issues identified by the field. Topics… View this resource

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Military and Veteran Cultural Competence for Civilian Attorneys and Legal Advocates

Published: April, 2012| Ellen C. Schell, Glenna Tinney

More and more, civilian attorneys find themselves assisting survivors who have a connection with the military – clients who are, themselves, service members, or were abused by someone who is or was in… View this resource

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Decreasing the Number of Incorrectly “Unfounded” Sexual Assault Reports

Published: April, 2012| Christine Herrman

Law enforcement is responsible for clearing cases using definitions provided by the FBI. Case unfounding is a clearance method that includes, but is not limited to, cases that are determined to be… View this resource

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Reframing Domestic Violence as Coercive Control, Part 1 of 2

Published: April, 2012| Evan Stark

It appears that a majority of women who seek outside assistance because of partner abuse are victims of coercive control, a pattern of subjugation that has more in common with hostage-taking than the… View this resource

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Sexual Assault, Military Personnel, and Veterans

Published: April, 2012| Jean Wertman, Amy Street, PhD

This webinar provides information about Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) policies, programs, and services to help sexual assault survivors. Whether you work for the… View this resource

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The Future of Batterer Intervention Programs (BIPS) – The Importance of Evidence-Based Practice and Movement Affiliation

Published: April, 2012| Edward W. Gondolf, Scott Miller

Batterer programs are at a critical juncture: A handful of experimental program evaluations show little or no effect from the prevailing program approach and have prompted calls to overhaul or replace… View this resource

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Substance Abuse & IPV: A Just Community Response

Published: March, 2012| Larry Bennett, Ph.D., Leslie Landis, J.D.

The empirical facts are hard to dispute: About half of the men and women seen in agencies and institutions serving perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) have substance use… View this resource

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Organizing the Work of Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs)

Published: March, 2012| Leah Lutz

The 8-Step Protocol Development Cycle is a long-term strategy for systematically improving responses to sexual assault victims/survivors at the local level. This approach is designed for use by… View this resource

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Should I Stay or Should I Go, Part I: Helping Survivors with Interstate Custody and Relocation Cases

Published: March, 2012| Deborah Goelman, Darren Mitchell

To address the many issues battered mothers face in the custody arena, BWJP continues our series of webinars intended to examine a wide variety of topics that relate to custody litigation. Intended… View this resource