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Reducing domestic violence - what works?

Reducing domestic violence - what works?

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Published by Policing and Reducing Crime Unit in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDebbie Crisp and Betsy Stanko.
SeriesCrime reduction research series
ContributionsStanko, Betsy., Great Britain. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate. Policing and Reducing Crime Unit.
The Physical Object
FormatComputer file
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20271922M

  For domestic violence, primarily consisting of assaults by males on female partners (designated intimate partner violence: Polaschek ), a meta-analysis has been reported by Babcock et al. (). These authors examined findings from 22 studies yielding (after elimination of outliers) 36 effect size tests; 17 of the studies were quasi Cited by: Domestic Violence ADEC works with the community to assist in reducing the incidence of domestic violence. ADEC has been funded by Women's Health West to deliver domestic violence education to women from ethnic backgrounds through our Family and Wellbeing program in Melbourne's Northern and Western Metropolitan regions.

Improve responses to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking, elder abuse, and other gender-based crimes. Enhance collaboration among criminal justice and community professionals through a multidisciplinary approach. Improve the investigation and prosecution of those who perpetrate gender-based violence. What Works in Youth Violence Prevention: A Review of the Literature. Given the high rates at which adolescents engage in violence, the strong link between adolescent and adult violence, and the financial and social costs of violence, the prevention of violent behavior is a national priority.

Violence prevention: the evidence. Violence prevention: the evidence is a set of briefings on what works to prevent interpersonal violence (including against women and girls), and self-directed violence. By spotlighting the evidence for effectiveness, the briefings provide clear directions for how funders, policy makers and programme implementers can boost the impact .   Since the early s, the most cited work by Sherman () did address the question of what works in reducing reoffending in cases of domestic violence, arresting versus non-arresting abusers by the police. In fact, domestic abuse is subject to much discussion at the policy level, but there remains a gap between policies’ apparent attention Cited by: 1.


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