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Civil Protection Orders: Victims' Views on Effectiveness (1997)
NIJ, Summary, NIJ Research Preview, FS 000191.
This NIJ Preview concludes that victims' views on the effectiveness of protection orders vary with how accessible the courts are for victims and how well established the links are between public and private services and support resources for victims.
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Cycle of Violence Revisited (1996)
NIJ, Summary, NIJ Research Preview, 4 pages, NCJ 184206.
This NIJ Research Preview describes findings in a series of ongoing studies of the potential "cycle of violence" for young victims of abuse and neglect. Children identified in court cases as victims of physical and sexual abuse and neglect were tracked over time to examine risk factors, criminal justice interventions, and arrest rates as they grew into adulthood.
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Part Of the NIJ Research Preview Series
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Civil Protection Orders: Victims' Views on Effectiveness (1997)
NIJ, Summary, NIJ Research Preview, FS 000191.
This NIJ Preview concludes that victims' views on the effectiveness of protection orders vary with how accessible the courts are for victims and how well established the links are between public and private services and support resources for victims.
PDF | TEXT
Part Of the NIJ Research Preview Series
Cycle of Violence Revisited (1996)
NIJ, Summary, NIJ Research Preview, 4 pages, NCJ 184206.
This NIJ Research Preview describes findings in a series of ongoing studies of the potential "cycle of violence" for young victims of abuse and neglect. Children identified in court cases as victims of physical and sexual abuse and neglect were tracked over time to examine risk factors, criminal justice interventions, and arrest rates as they grew into adulthood.
Abstract | PDF | TEXT
Part Of the NIJ Research Preview Series
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