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  • Mastrocinque, Jeanna; Cerceo, Elizabeth (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2019)
    This webinar presents the findings of one of the Center for Victim Research's funded research-to-practice collaborations. This webinar discusses understanding the health effects for families and friends of homicide victims ...
  • Ballan, Michelle S.; Freyer, Molly (2017)
    Women with disabilities experience intimate partner violence (IPV) at higher rates than both nondisabled women and men, and men with disabilities. Their significant exposure to IPV suggests notable levels of trauma-related ...
  • Steinberg, Alan; Briggs, Ernestine; Trunzo, Carrie; Smith, C. (National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), 2019)
    Over the years, mental health providers and researchers have been concerned about the large numbers of children and adolescents who drop out of treatment early and fail to complete treatment as planned. This study examined ...
  • Seawright, Jessica; Whitaker, Lauren; Droubay, Brian; Butters, Robert (University of Utah, 2017)
    This review serves as a tool to understand effective treatments for reducing the recidivism of Interpersonal Violence (IPV) perpetrators commonly called batterer intervention programs (BIPs). Results are presented in two ...
  • Gonzalez, Jennifer Reingle; Molsberry, Rebecca; Maskaly, Jonathan; Jetelina, Katelyn (Springer Open, 2020)
    COVID-19 has caused a wave of research publications in academic and pre-print outlets which have resulted in several high-profile retractions. While the breadth of emerging research has been instrumental in understanding ...
  • Carroll, Emily; Johnson, Amy; DePaolo, Frank; Adams, Bradley J.; Mazone, Dennis; Sampson, Barbara (Academic Forensic Pathology, 2017)
    This article summarizes the importance for medical professionals to prepare for a mass fatality event in their community. The authors examines both man-made and natural disasters and their effects on communities. The author ...
  • Roe-Sepowitz, Dominique; Green, Elynne; Buist, Kristine; Dirks, Stephanie; Walters, James; Gallagher, James; Bracy, Kristen; Hogan, Kimberly; Lul, Bandak; Byun, Jiwon; Duffield, Veronica (Arizona State University, 2020)
    "Criminal records of sex trafficking victims are known barriers to exiting sex trafficking situations. The link between committing crime while being a victim of sex trafficking, forced criminality, has received little ...
  • Gilad, Michal (University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2017)
    The article is the first to take an inclusive look at the monumental problem of crime exposure during childhood, which is estimated to be one of the most damaging and costly public health and public safety problem in our ...
  • Follman, Mark; Lee, Jaeah; Lurie, Julia; West, James (Mother Jones, 2018)
    This article discusses the economic impact, on victims as well as taxpayers, of gun violence in America. After discussing gaps in CDC and Health and Human Services data collection related to gun violence, Mother Jones ...
  • Neumark-Sztainer, Dianne; Eisenberg, Marla (Journal of Adolescent Health, 2013)
    The purpose of this survey was to allow for assessing the relationship between multiple types of harassment and health-related outcomes. These survey items were developed for the EAT 2010 survey of secondary school students ...
  • Belknap, Joanne; Larson, DoraLee; Abrams, Margaret; Garcia, Christine; Anderson-Block, Kelly (Homicide Studies, 2012)
    Margo Wilson and Martin Daly began scientific work to explain intimate partner homicides (IPHs). Key to their work was women’s increased risk of IPH victimization relative to men. In the 1990s, many U.S. ...
  • Alseadoon, Ibrahim Mohammed; Foo, Ernest; Othman, Mohd Fairuz Iskandar; Chan, Taizan (Association for Information Systems, 2013)
    A victim of phishing emails could be subjected to money loss and identity theft. This paper investigates the different types of phishing email victims, with the goal of increasing such victims’ defences. To obtain this ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Judicial Excellence, 2018)
    "Experts in domestic violence have long known that the most dangerous time for a domestic violence victim and her/his children are the days immediately following their separation from their perpetrator, which places family ...
  • Lachs, Mark; Berman, Jacquelin (New York City Department for the Aging, 2011)
    The New York State Elder Abuse Prevalence Study is one of the most ambitious and comprehensive studies to quantify the extent of elder abuse in a discrete jurisdiction ever attempted, and certainly the largest in any single ...
  • Benner, Casey; Shaler, George (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2018)
    This project is a collaboration between the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MECASA), The University of Southern Maine’s Maine Statistical Analysis Center (SAC), and the Maine Department of Health and Human Services ...
  • Unknown author (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2013)
    This report contains results of a statewide needs assessment in Virginia to identify the specific training needs for professionals who provide services to victims of domestic and sexual violence who are elderly, who have ...
  • Wilkins, Anne; Acuff, William; Hermanson, Dana (Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 2012)
    Ponzi schemes have received significant media coverage lately, due in large part to the Bernard Madoff scandal; however, there is limited academic research exploring investors’ decision-making processes when investing ...
  • Cuevas, Carlos; Farrell, Amy; Zhang, Sheldon; Temple, Jeff; McDevitt, Jack; Robles, Jesenia; Lockwood, Sarah; Geisler, Isabel; Moreno, Luzmila (Northeastern University, 2020)
    Data from the Uniform Crime Report (2018) shows a 30% increase in hate crime from 2014-2018, however during the same time period there has been a 62% increase in hate crime against Latinos. The disparity between the rise ...
  • Cuevas, Carlos; Farrell, Amy; McDevitt, Jack; Zhang, Sheldon; Temple, Jeff; Robles, Jesenia; Lockwood, Sarah (U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), 2019)
    This study utilized a community-based survey to provide information about the nature and pattern of bias motivated victimization among Latinos, with particular emphasis on understanding bias motivated crimes against ...
  • Unknown author (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2017)
    The Division of Violence Prevention (DVP) within CDC’s Injury Center works to prevent violence and the injuries and deaths caused by violence, so people can live life to the fullest. As the only federal agency that focuses ...

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