Session 117: RC10 -> Intimate Violence: Sex Offending, Stalking and Domestic Violence
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Plaza 2
Session Chair: Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine, University of Central Florida
Examining the Factors that Influence the Duration and Seriousness of the Stalking Experience
by: Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine, University of Central Florida (Corresponding)
Domestic Violence Abusers: A Descriptive Study of the Characteristics of Defendants in Protection From Abuse Orders in Sedgwick County Kansas
by: Gregg W. Etter, Sedgwick County Sheriff's Department (Corresponding)
Michael L. Birzer, Washburn University
Differences Between Adolescent Sex Offenders: Specialists Versus Generalists
by: Catrien C.J.H. Bijleveld, NSCR Inst. for the Study of Criminality (Corresponding)
Jan Hendriks, De Waag
Making Distinctions: A Multiple Models Approach to Assessing Risk of Repeat Domestic Violence
by: Lynette Martin, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Domestic Violence in the Military: Challenges to Establishing Collaboration Between Military Installations and Civil Communities
by: Laura J. Hickman, RAND (Corresponding)
Lois M. Davis, RAND

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