Session 275: VW11 -> Survivor-Centered Longitudinal Research on Domestic Violence and the Criminal Processing System
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Summit
Session Chair: Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder
The Relationship Between Domestic Violence Case Disposition and Women's Long-Term Safety
by: Ruth E. Fleury, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder
Cris M. Sullivan, Michigan State University
Deborah Bybee, Michigan State University
Heather C. Melton, University of Utah
Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder
Megan S. Stroshine, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Supports of and Barriers to Women's Participation in the Prosecution of Their Batterers
by: Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)
Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder
Heather C. Melton, University of Utah
Cris M. Sullivan, Michigan State University
Ruth E. Fleury, University of Delaware
Domestic Violence Survivors and Satisfaction With the Criminal Justice System Response to Their Cases: What They want, What They Expect, and What They Actually Get
by: Megan S. Stroshine, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Ruth E. Fleury, University of Delaware
Heather C. Melton, University of Utah
Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder
Cris M. Sullivan, Michigan State University
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder
Stalking in the Context of Domestic Violence: Findings on the Criminal Justice System
by: Heather C. Melton, University of Utah (Corresponding)
Preliminary Findings on Battered Women's Agency in Their Negotiations With the Criminal Justice System
by: Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)

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