Session 40: CP3 -> Preventing Violence Against Women and Children
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Elizabeth C
Session Chair: Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Approaching the Problem of Violent Crime Through Community Control, Trust, and Empowerment: Modernity, Risk Management, and the Current Sex Offender Statutues
by: Suzette Cote, California State University, Sacramento (Corresponding)
Rape Prevention: Individual Self-Protection Strategies for Women and Their Implications for Research and Practice
by: Sarah E. Ullman, University of Illinois - Chicago (Corresponding)
Implementing Specialized Probation Supervision: A Preliminary Study of Domestic Violence Probation Programs
by: Beverly Rivera, University of Illinois at Springfield (Corresponding)
Barbara J. Hayler, University of Illinois at Springfield
The Use of Technology to Protect Battered Women
by: Shannon A. Santana, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Cynthia Hamilton, University of Cincinnati
Lisa Growette, University of Cincinnati

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