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  • Chávez, Vivian; Duran, Bonnie; Baker, Quinton; Avila, Magdalena; Wallerstein, Nina (Community-Based Participatory Research for Health, 2011)
    This chapter will build on the principles of CBPR (see Chapter Three) to examine the hard issues of race and ethnicity, racism, and white privilege that every community-based participatory researcher, whether white or a ...
  • Campbell, J.C. (Sage Publications, 2004)
    Dr. Jaquelyn Campbell and John Hopkins School of Nursing developed the Danger Assessment (DA) screening tool in 1986, finalizing it in 2004, as a proprietary instrument “that helps to determine the level of danger an abused ...
  • DeSilver, Drew (Pew Research Center, 2016)
    This blog post summary takes information regarding safety concerns from a survey of U.S. parents with children under 18 and juxtaposes that against statistics on the actual incidence of those safety concerns taken from a ...
  • Richards, Tara (Center for Evidence-based Crime Policy, 2019)
    This article describes the state of current statistics about campus sexual misconduct and what current statistics do not include, as well as the limited existing research on reporting to Title IX coordinators and on campus ...
  • Murray, Christine (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2020)
    This quick reference discusses how researcher-practitioner partnerships can use a data-sharing agreement to "help clarify expectations among partners and promote the security of data exchanged between them." The document ...
  • Young, Honor; Turney, Catherine; White, James; Bonnell, Chris; Lewis, Ruth; Fletcher, Adam (2017)
    Background: Dating and relationship violence (DRV) is under-researched in the UK, especially among Further Education (FE) students. This study examines the association between DRV victimization and socio-demographic ...
  • Sabina, Chiara; Cuevas, Carlos (National Institute of Justice, 2013)
    The purpose of the study was to: determine extent of dating violence in a sample of male and female Latino adolescents, determine the coexistence of other forms of victimization among those who experienced dating violence, ...
  • Cuevas, Carlos; Sabina, Chiara (Journal of Adolescence, 2016)
    The purpose of the study was to examine dating violence among Latino adolescents over time, evaluate the longitudinal patterns of co-occurring victimization (polyvictimization) for Latino victims of dating violence, examine ...
  • Lormand, Donna K.; Markham, Christine M.; Peskin, Melissa F.; Byrd, Theresa L.; Addy, Robert C.; Baumler, Elizabeth; Tortolero, Susan R. (2013)
    Background: Whereas dating violence among high school students has been linked with sexual risk-taking and substance use, this association has been understudied among early adolescents. We estimated the prevalence of ...
  • Haynie, Denise; Farhat, Tilda; Brooks-Russell, Ashley; Wang, Jing; Barbieri, Brittney; Iannotti, Ronald (2013)
    Purpose: This research identified conceptually cohesive latent classes of youth dating violence (DV) and examined associations between covariates and classes by gender. Methods: A nationally representative sample of 2,203 ...
  • Unknown author (Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), 2020)
    This fact sheet includes charts comparing the percentages of high school students who reported physical and sexual dating violence in 2013, 2015, and 2017. Additional charts compare percentages of teen dating victims by ...
  • Bonomi, Amy; Anderson, Melissa; Nemeth, Julianna; Bartle-Haring, Suzanne; Buettner, Cynthia; Schipper, Deborah (2012)
    Background: Prior longitudinal studies have shown high cumulative dating violence exposure rates among U.S adolescents, with 36 percent of males and 44 percent to 88 percent of females experiencing victimization across ...
  • Christian, Kaitlyn (Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2021-03)
    The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is responsible for collecting data regarding death in custody across the State of Indiana, as mandated by the Death in Custody Reporting Act (DCRA). The 2020 calendar year ...
  • Trejbalová, Tereza (University of Nevada Las Vegas Center for Crime and Justice Policy, 1/8/2021)
  • Baddeley, Jenna; Williams, Josh; Rynearson, Ted; Correa, Fanny; Saindon, Connie; Rheingold, Allysa (National Institutes of Health (NIH), 2015)
    Violent loss survivors often describe experiencing recurrent imagery about their loved one’s death. The Death Imagery Scale assesses five kinds of imagery: reenactment, rescue, revenge, reunion, and remorse. We explored ...
  • Unknown author (Nebraska Statistical Analysis Center, 2021)
    Beginning January 1, 2020, the Nebraska Crime Commission’s Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) began collecting quarterly reports on deaths in custody from law enforcement agencies across the state through the Nebraska ...
  • Coster, Greg (Justice Research and Statistics Association, 2017-01-30)
    In 2015, Maryland passed legislation (HB 954) requiring local law enforcement agencies to provide the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention with certain information on officer involved deaths, and deaths in the ...
  • Komeda, Hidetsugu; Eguchi, Yoko; Kusumi, Takashi; Kato, Yuka; Narumoto, Jin; Mimura, Masura (National Institutes of Health (NIH), 2018)
    Information used by older adults engaging in a social decision making task of judging a protagonist as a good or a bad person was investigated. Older (n= 100, 50 women, mean age = 63.6 years) and younger (n= 100, 50 women, ...
  • Follingstad, Diane; Rogers, M. Jill; Welling, Sarah; Priesmeyer, Frances Jillian (University of Kentucky College of Law, 2015)
    Discretionary decisions to prosecute cases in which a battered woman kills her partner were investigated using several research strategies and targeting a range of case elements. Law students presented with case elements ...
  • Felix, Shanna; Hoyle, Justin; Posick, Chad; Miller, Bryan Lee; Stogner, John (Journal of Family Strengths, 2015)
    Research on lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender (LGBT) students has been gaining traction in the fields of criminology, victimology, and education, but available data lag behind the demand for studies on this underserved ...