Session 79: VW1 -> System Responses to Violence Against Women: Data, Advocacy and Policy
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Nile
Session Chair: Jennifer L. Woolard, University of Florida
Victim's Perceptions of tje Effects of No-Drop Prosecutorial Strategies on the Empowerment and Self-Efficacy of Victims
by: Mary A. Finn, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Domestic Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities: The Role of the Criminal Justice System
by: Julia L. Perilla, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Investigation of the Relationship Between Women's Incarceration and Male Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for System Response and Prevention
by: Alexa Adamo, Georgia State University
Phyllis Holditch, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Sarah L. Cook, Georgia State University
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims: Helpseeking, Advocacy, and System Experiences
by: Jennifer L. Woolard, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Sarah L. Cook, Georgia State University
On Measuring Family Violence From a Systems Perspective: NIBRS Data Revisited
by: John P. Jarvis, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)

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