Session 439: ER6 -> Evaluating Domestic Violence Initiatives
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: Angela Moore-Parmley, National Institute of Justice
Second Responders Program: Evaluation of a Coordinated Police/Social Service Approach to Domestic Violence
by: Rosann Greenspan, Police Foundation (Corresponding)
Sheila Crossen-Powell, City of Richmond
Erin Lane, Police Foundation
David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University and Police Foundation
Sergeant William Booth, Richmond Police Department
Edwin E. Hamilton, Police Foundation
Determining the Risk of Partner Violence Re-Offending: A Validity Assessment
by: Kirk R. Williams, University of California, Riverside (Corresponding)
Fred Pampel, University of Colorado - Boulder
Amy Houghton, Office of Probation Services
Evaluating Domestic Violence Training for Police Officers
by: Susanne E. Green, University of Texas - El Paso (Corresponding)
Andrew Giacomazzi, Boise State University
Martha Smithey, University of Texas at El Paso
Effectiveness of Treatment in Domestic Violence Cases
by: Sesha Kethineni, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
The Study of the Effectiveness of Protective Orders in Reducing Re-abuse in Domestic Violence Cases in a Mid-Western County
by: David N. Falcone, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Sesha Kethineni, Illinois State University
Evaluation of a Comprehensive Community Approach to Domestic Violence Prevention
by: Laurin Flynn, California State University - Los Angeles (Corresponding)

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