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Type: Non-Fiction
Title: The justice system's response to domestic assault cases : a guide for policy development
Authors: Pence, Ellen
Galaway, Burt
Keywords: Counselling;Perpetrators;Criminal justice responses;Overview;Standards;Theories of violence
Year: 1985
Publisher: Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, Duluth
Notes:  Visit the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project website for current information and resources from the Duluth Model.
This is the original manual from the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, the organisation which developed the Duluth Model and the power and control wheel. The booklet draws on work with women who were victims of intimate partner violence, men who perpetrated violence, judges, police officers and victim advocates. At the time the manual was first introduced, it outlined the need for change in the US criminal justice system's response to domestic violence, the model being used by the Domestic Abuse Intervention project, existing policy and procedure guidelines of various agencies and a variety of appendices and attachments.
Physical description: 103 p.
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