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  • Unknown author (Cure Violence Global, 2019)
    This brief summarizes statistical findings from multiple studies about the impact of the Cure Violence Model. There are also impacts grouped by the target area, like impact of the model on children, school, employment, and ...
  • Carlton, Mary Poulin (National Institute of Justice (NIJ), 2017)
    It is important to examine commonly held beliefs about school safety and violence because they sometimes reflect a misperception or misunderstanding of what is actually happening. The following questions examine several ...
  • Unknown author (The National Mass Violence & Victimization Resource Center (NMVVRC), 2018)
    Mass violence incidents are occurring at increasing frequency. Advance preparation and leadership from VOCA Assistance Administrators are needed to help create effective responses that are collaborative and survivor-cent ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2019)
    This tip sheet provides advanced search strategies that can be used in the Center for Victim Research Library. (CVRL Abstract)
  • de Heer, Brooke; Jones, Lynn; Runge, Jennifer; Young Patton, Sarah (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2019)
    Through this fellowship, Victim Witness Services (VWS) of Coconino County and Northern Arizona University (NAU) plan to work toward increasing services available to rural, underserved victims of crime in Northern Arizona. ...
  • Benuto, Lorraine; Singer, Jonathan; Gonzalez, Francis; Newlands, Rory; Hooft, Sierra (ScienceDirect, 2019)
    Background/Aims Victim advocates are at risk of developing secondary traumatic stress (STS), which can result from witnessing or listening to accounts of traumatic events. This study investigated the relationship between ...
  • Ehrhard-Dietzel, Susan (Center for Human Services Research, 2017)
    This instrument was designed to solicit feedback from victims of crime that would inform the development of an online network of civil legal assistance. The survey was informed by a literature review, focusing on civil ...
  • Ehrhard-Dietzel, Susan (Center for Human Services Research, 2017)
    This instrument was designed to solicit feedback from service providers that would inform the development of an online network of civil legal assistance. The survey was informed by a literature review, focusing on civil ...
  • Bureau of Justice Statistics (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2018)
    The SSV collects administrative data on incidents of sexual victimization that are formally reported to prison authorities. Offenses by inmates and staff are both reported. Data are collected annually from state and federal ...
  • Johnson, Sherri (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2012-10)
    In 2015, the General Assembly passed legislation (HB 1930 / SB 712) that required each public and private non-profit institution of higher education (IHE) in Virginia to, “establish a written memorandum of understanding ...
  • Johnson, Sherri (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2009-11)
    House Bill 1395 (2008; Bell) requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) to submit a report on the status of implementation of § 9.1-1301 to the Chairmen of the House and Senate Courts of Justice Committees ...
  • Nnalwulezi, Nkiru (DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DCCADV), 2018)
    According to the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 39% of women who reside in the District of Columbia have reported physical assault, sexual assault, or stalking by a current or former intimate partner. ...
  • Goodman, Lisa A.; Thomas, Kristie; Cattaneo, Lauren Bennett; Heimel, Deborah; Wolfe, Julie; Chong, Siu Kwan (Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2016)
    The Survivor-Defined Practice Scale (SDPS) is a nine-item measure that assesses intimate partner violence survivors’ perception of the degree to which their advocates help them achieve goals they set for themselves, ...
  • Ghanbarpour, Susan; Palotai, Ada; Kim, Mimi; Pusey, Orchid; Rosales, Alvina (Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence, 2019)
    The Defining and Testing a Survivor-Centered Framework in the Domestic Violence Field project (“SCA Project”) was first envisioned through dialogues emerging from Gathering Strength,3 one of the Asian Pacific Institute ...
  • Crockett, Caitlin; Brandl, Bonnie; Dabby, Firoza Chic (Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 2015)
    Violence against older women exists in the margins between domestic violence and elder abuse, with neither field adequately capturing the experiences of older women survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). This ...
  • Doyle, Kirkley; Durrence, Amy; Passi, Sonya (FreeFrom, 2020)
    In April, we [FreeFrom] launched a Safety Fund to support survivors in getting and staying safe during this unprecedented time. As part of the application, we offered folks a space to tell us more about how they were doing ...
  • Gagnon, Kerry; Wright, Naomi; Srinivas, Tejaswinhi; DePrince, Anne (Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 2018)
    Recognizing the relatively low rate at which sexual assault survivors seek services, researchers in the last decade have turned their attention to better understanding survivors’ experiences with victim services. Surprisingly, ...
  • Johnson, Taylor Chastain (Walden University, 2018)
    Domestic violence is a pervasive issue that impacts all members of a household, including pets. There is comprehensive quantitative evidence to suggest that domestic violence and pet abuse commonly co-occur;however, as the ...
  • Sullivan, Cris; Hagen, Leslie (Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence, 2005)
    Sixty-one survivors of domestic or sexual abuse participated in focus groups to dis-cuss their perceptions of mandatory reporting by health care professionals. Only one participant believed that medical providers should ...
  • Lin, Tian; Capecci, Daniel; Ellis, Donovan; Rocha, Harold; Dommaraju, Sandeep; Oliveira, Daniela; Ebner, Natalie (Association for Computing Machinery, 2019)
    Phishing is fundamental to cyber attacks. This research determined the effect of Internet user age and email content such as weapons of influence (persuasive techniques that attackers can use to lure individuals to fall ...