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  1. Child Custody and Domestic Violence: A Call for Safety and Accountability by Peter Jaffe, Nancy Lemon, et all 2002-11-14
  2. AG Jim Hood plans publications to deter work, school violence.(Focus: Professionals): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2005-05-02
  3. Domestic Violence: The Criminal Justice Response by Eve S. Buzawa, Carl G. Buzawa, 2002-10-31
  4. Legal Issues in Child Abuse and Neglect Practice (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series) by John E. B. Myers, 1998-07-16
  5. Domestic violence: legal, practice, and educational issues.: An article from: MedSurg Nursing by Roger A. Erickson, Sandra J. Hart, 1998-06-01
  6. Preparing and Presenting Expert Testimony in Child Abuse Litigation: A Guide for Expert Witnesses and Attorneys (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series) by Paul Stern, 1997-01-24
  7. How to Interview Sexual Abuse Victims: Including the Use of Anatomical Dolls (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series) by Marcia K. Morgan, 1994-10-13
  8. Working with Violent Families: A Guide for Clinical and Legal Practitioners by Frank G., Jr. Bolton, Susan R. Bolton, 1987-07-01
  9. Violence, Law, and Women's Rights in South Asia
  10. Preparing Children for Court: A Practitioner's Guide (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series) by Lynn M. Copen, 2000-08-03
  11. Legal Responses to Wife Assault: Current Trends and Evaluation
  12. Gideon V. Wainwright: The Right to Free Legal Counsel (Great Supreme Court Decisions) by G. S. Prentzas, 2007-02-28
  13. Team Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse: The Uneasy Alliance (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series) by Donna Pence, Charles Wilson, 1994-09-15
  14. Domestic Violence by R. C. Bird, 2003-06

1. Office On Violence Against Women - Publications
What's New. Stateby-State OVW Grant Activities. Information About Sexual Assault. Press Releases and Remarks. Back to the Office Home Page. Back to DOJ Home. VAW publications. Intimate Partner violence, 1993 - 2001 ( of quality comprehensive legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking
About the Office What's New State-by-State OVW Grant Activities
Information About Sexual Assault
Back to DOJ Home
VAW Publications
  • Intimate Partner Violence, 1993 - 2001 (BJS - February 2003) Reports on trends in intimate partner violence of persons age 12 or older in the United States using data from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) and the FBI's Supplementary Homicide Reports. Murder and nonfatal violent crimes are examined for male and female victims. This Crime Data Brief updates some of the data in Intimate Partner Violence , a more detailed report on this subject published in 2000.
  • Rape and Sexual Assault: Reporting to Police and Medical Attention, 1992-2000 (BJS - August 2002) This study provides the percentages of completed rape, attempted rape, and sexual assault of females that were reported to the police in 1992-2000 and the percentage of these victims who were injured and treated. Fiscal Year 2002 Legal Assistance for Victims (LAV) Grant Recipients' Policy Guidebook Developed for LAV grantees, this guidebook contains LAV statutory language to which all LAV grantees must adhere and promising practices for victim service agencies and legal service providers to enhance delivery of quality comprehensive legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The Toolkit to End Violence Against Women developed by the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women, which is co-chaired by the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services, was designed to assist individuals, policy leaders and community efforts to end violence against women. Comprised of 16 chapters, the Toolkit offers best practices and other recommendations to assist localities in a web-based, easily accessible, user-friendly format to help readers pinpoint areas of interest.

2. Faculty Research Publications—Legal Strategies To Prevent Gun Violence
Research and publications. FACULTY RESEARCH publications legal Strategiesto Prevent Gun violence . TECHNOLOGIES TO DETECT CONCEALED
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Vernick JS, Pierce MW, Webster DW, Johnson SB, Frattaroli S
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2003;31 (in press). ROLE OF LITIGATION IN PREVENTING PRODUCT-RELATED INJURIES
Vernick JS, Mair JS, Teret SP, Sapsin JW
Epidemiologic Reviews 2003;25: 90-8. STATE AND FEDERAL GUN LAWS: TRENDS FOR 1970-99
Vernick JS, Hepburn LM
In: Ludwig J, Cook PJ (eds.), Evaluating Gun Policy: Effects on Crime and Violence. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2003;345-411.
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3. SAGE Publications - Violence Against Women
Political Science · Law · Psychology · Advocacy · Public Policy · Social to reportefforts to fight violence against women legal Notes A forum for legal

4. SAGE Publications - Violence Against Women
· Law · Psychology · Advocacy · Public Policy  to report efforts tofight violence against women legal Notes A forum for legal professionals and
You Are Here: SAGE Publications Product Search About This Journal About the Title About the Society Table of Contents Editorial Board ... Related Products Resources for . . . Librarians Subscription Agents Extras Index of Journals E-Access Request Catalog Recommend to Library Violence Against Women
Claire M. Renzetti
Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA
Unravelling the Thread of Violence The problem of violence against women manifests itself in a terrifying array of forms throughout the world. The experience of violent intrusion - or the threat of such intrusion - is a common thread in the fabric of women's everyday lives in societies around the world. As an international journal, one of the goals of Violence Against Women is to unravel that thread by shedding light not only on forms of violence that are already widely discussed but also on lesser known forms of violence, such as dowry murders, female circumcision enslavement for sex tourism, and rape as a weapon of war. Topics recently covered in the journal have included: · Sexual Assault/ Coercion · Domestic Violence · Hate Crimes · Corporate Violence · Wife Rape · Pornography · Acquaintance Rape · Lesbian Battery · Female Sexual Abuse · Sexual Harassment Unity of Purpose
Efforts to deal with the crisis of violence against women, in its many forms, have been fragmented by the boundaries of academic disciplines, professional allegiances, and increasingly, credentialism. Academics and clinicians are speaking to those most like themselves in relatively closed groups, not hearing the numerous voices that need to be heard if we are to develop a full understanding of the problem and a comprehensive strategy for addressing it. A primary goal of this journal, therefore, is to foster dialogue among those working in various fields and disciplines, as well as in agencies and other settings, and among those from diverse backgrounds in terms of ethnocultural and racial identity, sexual orientation, and experiences of victimisation/ survivorship.

5. SAGE Publications - Violence, Law And Women's Rights In South Asia
enforcement machineries can serve as serious deterrents to violence. explore the possibilityof reforming the legal systems and Publisher Sage publications Pvt

6. DOJ: Publications & Documents: Legal Documents
Justice Department court briefs, consent decrees, regulations, and decisions Performance Reports and Plans. legal Documents. Reports publications Office on violence Against Women. Federal
U.S. Attorneys' Manual

About DOJ
Press Room
Doing Business with DOJ
Other Federal Sites Last Updated: 2/11/04
Legal Documents

Portable Document Format (PDF) files may be viewed with a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader Antitrust Division Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Civil Division Civil Rights Division

7. SAGE Publications - Interpersonal Violence
Interpersonal violence legal Issues (General). Social legal Studies An InternationalJournal, 09646639, SAGE publications Ltd, 1 Oliver s Yard, 55 City Road Viole

8. PUBLIC LEGAL EDUCATION & INFORMATION (PLEI) : Family Violence : Department Of Ju
The Public legal Education and Information Program, in partnership with the of Departmentof Justice PLEI publications Relating to Domestic violence .
Within the Department of Justice Canada, the Innovations, Analysis and Integration Directorate (Policy Sector) administers the Public Legal Education and Information Program.
Under the Family Violence Initiative, the specific mission of the Public Legal Education and Information Program is to: support the development and delivery of public legal education and information to the Canadian public on family violence, to contribute to the prevention and reduction of the incidence of family violence.
The Public Legal Education and Information Program:
  • identifies the need for public information materials on family violence supports the development of resources, such as fact sheets, brochures, training programs and workshops works with Public Legal Education and Information organizations across Canada to deliver public legal education and information on family violence issues, and evaluates education and information materials.
The resources - and the results of the evaluations - are distributed and used by:
  • PLEI organizations across Canada victim/witness assistance programs social service organizations criminal justice professionals women and children who have experienced, or are at risk of, experiencing violence, and

9. Self-Help Publications
legal Services of New Jersey LSNJSelfHelp publications Looking Out Domestic violence A Guide to the legal Rights of Domestic violence Victims in New Jersey To order any of the publications
Self-Help Publications
Select a publication Looking Out for Your Legal Rights Clearing Your Record Domestic Violence: A Guide to the Legal Rights of Domestic Violence Victims in New Jersey Tenants' Rights in New Jersey: 2003 Edition Termination of Parental Rights: A Handbook for Parents New Jersey's Charity Care Program Lead Poisoning: What It Is and What You Can Do About It Know Your Welfare Rights! You and the Law in New Jersey
LSNJ publishes a legal education newsletter, Looking Out for Your Legal Rights order form and mail it to LSNJ with your check or money order payable to Legal Services of New Jersey. Our publications are available in text format on . Some are also available here in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer, you can download it from Adobe's site Legal Services of New Jersey makes these materials available for use by individuals who cannot afford legal advice or representation. The materials may be downloaded, copied, and distributed freely for that purpose. They may not be sold or used commercially by others. If the materials are copied and distributed, we ask that they not be modified, and that they retain the information identifying Legal Services of New Jersey and the date the materials were produced. Please contact if you have questions about our publications.

10. Foreign Law: Legal Research Resources On The Internet
des droits de l'enfant; includes publications and links to Children's Rights IWN; includes legal information on sexual harassment, trafficking in women, violence against women
Foreign Law: Legal Research Resources on the Internet
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11. LCAV Legal Community Against Violence
1994 violence And Safety EducationWeek, Feb 2001 (Includes links to major articles/publications) http//www.edweek
Links A Glossary of Handgun and Handgun Safety Terminology Designates the sites that are particularly informative. National Firearms Violence Prevention Web Sites
American Bar Association, Coordinating Committee On Gun Violence
Americans for Gun Safety
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Center to Prevent Handgun Violence
Firearm Injury Center (National and WI data)
First Monday
John Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research
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DIVORCE legal publications PAGE. Offering publications to Help Win support log, Fighting false allegations of domestic violence How to minimize child support and MultiState
Offering Publications to Help Win
Custody / Visitation Battles Kids Need Dads Too!
by Ronald L. Isaacs, J.D. editor Multi - State Guide to Fathers Rights ... $25.00
A comprehensive guide to fathers rights and divorce tactics including several case excerpts used successfully by the author, a Fathers Rights Attorney, to obtain custody and extensive visitation for fathers. Updated to include multi state cases and uniform multi state acts. After reading this you may know more than your attorney! Send a copy to your favorite Judge! CONTENTS:
  • A new approach to Father's Rights Even unwed father's have rights! Alimony A new test for custody Denial of visitation Does the mother always get custody? Parent Alienation Syndrome Duty of mother Does visitation cause lack of stability? Can the ex-wife deny reasonable visitation?

13. UM-SSW: Publications And Research Reports
Project for Research on Welfare, Work, and Domestic violence publications and Research Reports Project of the NOW legal Defense Fund; The legal Aid Society, Civil Division; The

Project for Research on Welfare, Work, and Domestic Violence Publications and Research Reports Bi-Annual Conference Info Publications and Research Reports Listening to Olivia: Violence, Poverty, and Prostitution by Jody Raphael
  • Saving Bernice: Battered Women, Welfare and Poverty by Jody Raphael Project Publications Related Publications and Reports
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    ItYourself" Divorce. publications. INFORMATION. publications. Delaware legal Handbook for Women 2000 National Legislative Snapshot. Domestic violence Shouldn't Happen to Anyone (English
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    15. Reporting School Violence, Legal Series Bulletin #2
    Reporting School violence. Introduction. Status of the Law. Current Issues. Conclusion.Notes. PDF File. Back to publications. About This Series. OVC legal Series
    U.S. Department of Justice
    Office of Justice Programs
    Office for Victims of Crime Over the past three decades, the criminal justice field has witnessed an astounding proliferation of statutory enhancements benefiting people who are most directly and intimately affected by crime.To date, all states have passed some form of legislation to benefit victims. In addition, 32 states have recognized the supreme importance of fundamental and express rights for crime victims by raising those
    protections to the constitutional level. Reporting School Violence , the second in the series, provides an overview of state laws enacted in recent years to address violence in U.S. schools, particularly those laws concerning the collection of data and reporting of such incidents.This bulletin and the others in the Legal Series highlight various circumstances in which such laws are applied, emphasizing their successful implementation. We hope that victims, victim advocates, victim service providers, criminal justice professionals, and policymakers in states across the Nation will find the bulletins in this series helpful in making sense of the criminal justice process and in identifying areas in which rights could be strengthened or more clearly defined.We encourage you to use these bulletins not simply as informational resources but as tools to support victims in their involvement with the criminal justice system.

    16. Publications Of PLEIS-NB, Civil Suits, Consumer Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Law
    Click here to view the publications Order Form in PDF. Civil Suits. Family violence. Backto Top. legal Process. You and Your Lawyer. Back to Top. Real Estate Law.
    Follow the lists (topics) below to a read a publication online or download one of PLEIS-NB's growing number of publications. Civil Suits Legal Process Consumer Law Real Estate Law ... General
    You must download Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF documents. Although PLEIS-NB undertakes many special projects, workshops and a variety of initiatives, our publication program is the backbone of our information services. If the publication you want is not yet available on-line, please contact us and we would be pleased to mail you a hard copy. Click here to view the Publications Order Form in PDF. Civil Suits
    So Sue Me! - A Guide to civil disputes and tort law

    Know Trespassing

    Small Claims Court: Information for Claimants, Defendants and Third Parties

    Judgment Enforcement
    Appealing a Decision of the Court of Queen's Bench (PDF)
    Consumer Law Consumer Credit Definitions
    Consumer Credit and You

    Creditors' Rights

    If it Sounds too Good to be True... It Probably is!
    A Word to the Wise about Door-to-Door Sellers
    Corporate Law Not-For-Profit Organizations Criminal Law Assault No Means No: Sexual Assault Law Being A Witness Services for Victims of Crime ... Victim Impact Poster [PDF] Family Law What Parents Should Know About Child Protection The Marital Property Act of New Brunswick Custody and Access in New Brunswick Domestic Legal Aid ... Financial Statement and Income Information (PDF)

    17. Workplace Violence Legal Consequences
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    18. Professional, Ethical, And Legal Issues Concerning Interpersonal Violence, Maltr
    of the area under legal scrutiny, but relevant journals an other publications, andshould continuing education opportunities concerning interpersonal violence.
    Public Interest Initiatives
    Violence Aging Healthy Adolescents Project ... Publications
    Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues Concerning Interpersonal Violence, Maltreatment, and Related Trauma
    A report of the ad hoc Committee on Legal and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Interpersonal Violence Table of Contents Introduction Section IV: Collateral Issues Section I: Professional roles Section V: Forensic Psychology ... Section III: Treatment This introduction provides a brief review of the issues faced by psychologists working in the areas of interpersonal violence. The problem includes the perception of a harassing backlash against psychologists who have been involved in interpersonal violence cases and issues. In particular, some psychologists who work with child or elder maltreatment, spousal / partner battering, and adults who recall memories of childhood abuse have been targets or personal and organized harassment. The forms of harassment have included personal threats and picketing of offices, media campaigns, as well as ethic and licensing board complaints and lawsuits. Psychologists who find themselves subjected to a nuisance or unsubstantiated grievance may experience vulnerability, loneliness, PTSD symptoms, or professional and financial consequences. They often experience isolation and secondary traumatization. Our committee was particularly concerned with various organized efforts developed to help alleged perpetrators of interpersonal violence and others pursue board actions, ethics complaints and nuisance lawsuits against psychologists who have served as therapist, forensic evaluator, expert witness, or client advocate for victims of interpersonal violence. Templates to file such complaints have been developed by various groups. In addition, our committee was concerned about the negative perceptions portrayed in the media and among consumers about psychologists and psychotherapy. Such perceptions could have far reaching implications for policy and practice. For example, malpractice insurance carriers may attempt to deny converge to psychologists working with clients who have experienced various forms of interpersonal violence.

    19. APA Special Projects And Resulting Publications On Violence
    Ad Hoc Committee on legal and Ethical Issues in the violence on Television. MessagesPublic Interest Home Page Program Areas publications Student Information
    Public Interest Initiatives
    Violence Aging Healthy Adolescents Project ... Publications
    APA Special Projects and Resulting Publications on Violence
    In 1990, with nationwide publicity about increasing youth violence, high-profile cases of spouse abuse and sexual assault, and a federal report on child abuse as a national emergency, the APA Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest decided to place its highest program priority on issues of violence. Since that time, the Directorate has managed a host of special projects and has issued a number of specialized publications on violence.
    A dults and C hildren T ogether Against Violence (formerly known as Reason to Hope) 1997 - ongoing
    A project developed by the American Psychological Association (APA) in collaboration with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Aimed toward violence prevention in early childhood, the project will target adults who care for young children through a combination of local training programs and a media campaign. For more information visit ACT Against Violence
    Emergency Medical Services for Children 1996-ongoing
    American Psychological Association. (1998).

    20. VAWnet :: Legal & Policy Sexual Violence Resources
    free confidential legal information, including legal resource kits publications onthe following topics are available Welfare and Poverty, violence Against Women
    Home About VAWnet Sexual Violence Domestic Violence ... Intersections
    If you are in danger call 911 or: National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800 799 SAFE or: The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) Hotline: 800 656 HOPE SAAM DVAM Calendars In The News ...
    Sexual Violence
    Public Policy
    The following is a list of online resources focusing on legal and policy issues for sexual violence survivors and those working to assist survivors by improving the system response to sexual violence. It includes: links to US resources that are national in scope, links to civil legal resources , a collection of on-line documents, manuals and articles about the response to sexual violence, and, legislation regarding sexual assault, childhood sexual assault and sex offenders T his material was collected to support the First Annual National Sexual Violence Legal and Policy Meeting convened September 2002 by the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault . Additional materials are available in print format by contacting the National Sexual Violence Resource Center
    Page compiled by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, a project of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, September 2002.

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