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  • Unknown author (Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, 2015)
    This report features the current STOP VAWA Implementation Plan guide for the use of the STOP VAWA awards received by the State of Illinois for a three-year period, 2014 through 2016. The plan is organized in the format ...
  • Unknown author (Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, 2003-11-13)
    This presentation talks about: Providing information to SAG on state detention practices / detention alternatives, and how practices / alternatives compare to other states. Collecting data / developing a data system to ...
  • Unknown author (Safe & Together Institute, 2018)
    The child-centered Safe & Together™ Model derives its name from the concept that children are best served when we can work toward keeping them safe and together with the non-offending parent (the adult domestic violence ...
  • Schewe, Paul; Chehade, Shannan; Campbell, Laura; DeLong, Caitlin; Devaney, Kaitlin; Doughtery, Amanda; Felner, Jennifer (Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, 2015)
    This evaluation report reflects the assessment and service provision activities for 4,691 children predominantly ages 0 to 5 exposed to violence, along with their caregivers, who sought treatment at the 11 Illinois sites ...
  • Unknown author (Alaska Justice Statistical Analysis Center, 10/19/2020)
  • Muftic, Lisa; Simmons, Sara (Crime Victims' Institute at Sam Houston State University, 2016)
    While IPV can impact women at any stage in the life course, research indicates that women between the ages of 18-24 are at an increased risk. It is not surprising, then, to find that 10% to 50% of college students have ...
  • Unknown author (Futures Without Violence, 2015)
    Children’s exposure to violence, trauma, and “toxic stress” can have a permanent negative effect on the chemical and physical structures of their brain, causing cognitive impairments such as trouble with attention, ...
  • Luu, Veronica; Land, Lesley; Chin, Wynne (2017)
    This study applies the Protection Motivation Theory (PMT) to understand how users of online dating websites understand potential threats (threat appraisals) and ways to address those threats (coping appraisals) and how ...
  • Harris, Sterling; St. George, Rebecca (Praxis International, 2011)
    A Safety and Accountability Audit is a self-assessment tool developed by Praxis International by which communities can critically examine their collective institutional response to violence against women. The examination ...
  • McGarrell, Edmund; Melde, Chris (Michigan Justice Statistics Center, 2016)
    With the support of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Michigan Justice Statistics Center conducted a survey of residents of Saginaw, Michigan as a way of learning about the victimization experiences as well as the ...
  • Valentine, Julie (Sexual Assult Kit Initiative, 2017)
    This webinar shares information about two ongoing research studies on sexual assault kit submission rates and sexual assault case processing. The findings can be used to improve our understanding of sexual assault, identify ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Judicial Excellence, 2018)
    "This dataset draws from news and media from 2008-2018 to track children murdered by a parent when divorce, separation, custody, visitation or child support was mentioned in news coverage. Specifically, it tracks the ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (National Institute of Justice, 1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Rienick, Cynthia; Mulmat, Darlanna Hoctor; Pennell, Susan (National Institute of Justice, 1997)
    In 1995, there were approximately 9.9 violent victimizations in the United States. Victimization can lead to experiencing psychological and emotional consequences. The purpose of this study was to examine how the needs of ...
  • Unknown author (Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 2000-06)
    Weed and Seed represents a collaborative effort of federal, state, and local government agencies and private organizations to improve the quality of life in targeted high-crime areas of American cities. First launched by ...
  • Crenshaw, Kimberlé; Ritchie, Andrea; Anspach, Rachel; Gilmer, Rachel; Harris, Luke (African American Policy Forum, 2015)
    Say Her Name sheds light on Black women’s experiences of police violence in an effort to support a gender-inclusive approach to racial justice that centers all Black lives equally. It is our hope that this document will ...
  • Serrata, Josie; Hernandez-Martinez, Martha; Rodriguez, Rebecca; Trujillo, Olga (National Latin@ Network, 2018)
    This report accomplishes two goals. First, it documents the study’s findings in an effort to increase understanding about how human trafficking survivors receive services from domestic and sexual violence organizations. ...
  • Cox, John Woodrow; Rich, Steven (Washington Post, 2018)
    "Beginning with Columbine in 1999, more than 187,000 students attending at least 193 primary or secondary schools have experienced a shooting on campus during school hours, according to a year-long Washington Post ...
  • Cooper, Ashley; Seibert, Gregory; May, Ross; Fitzgerald, Michael; Fincham, Frank (2017)
    The deleterious effects of school burnout (academic-related stress) on academic, physiological, and cognitive outcomes have been previously established. However, school burnout's relationship to emotional and relationship ...