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dc.contributor.authorMcMahon, Marthaen
dc.contributor.authorPence, Ellenen
dc.identifier.citation54 (4), Fall 2003en
dc.publisherNational Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judgesen
dc.subjectLegal issuesen
dc.subjectChild protectionen
dc.subjectCriminal justice responsesen
dc.subjectFamily lawen
dc.titleWorking from inside and outside institutions: how safety audits can help courts' decisions making around domestic violenceen
dc.title.alternativeJuvenile & family court journalen
dc.typeJournal Articleen
dc.subject.keywordJournal article/research paperen
dc.description.notesPresents an overview of a relatively new model for collaborative intervention with victims of domestic violence and their families, the institutional safety audit. The article provides both a general and detailed description of the auditing process and discusses some of the ways it is currently being implemented in the US. Key benefits of the model and it’s capacity to bring about both individual and structural change are highlighted and some of the ways it may assist courts in their decision making processes are suggested.en
dc.identifier.sourceJuvenile & family court journalen
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