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January 2015

Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project: 12th Annual Report

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This Report features the story of Trisha, a young woman who lost her mother to domestic violence homicide at the tender age of 14.
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January 2015

2014 Femicide Report

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The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women publishes The Femicide Report, a report on women and children murdered in Minnesota, to educate the public about the lethality of domestic violence and child abuse.
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  • General Material
January 2015

Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project: 12th Annual Report

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This report provides data findings and recommendations from community reviews of domestic violence homicides in Georgia.
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  • General Material
July 2014

Police Departments’ Use of the Lethality Assessment Program: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation

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This study suggests that the LAP demonstrates promise as an evidence informed collaborative police-social service intervention that increases survivors' safety and empowers them toward decisions of self-care.
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May 2014

A Roadmap to Risk Assessment: ODARA and Maine’s CCR

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This webinar describes the process leading to the recommendation that Maine risk assessment practice be updated to include the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment (ODARA) tool.
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May 2014

How to Recognize and Act on Risk Factors for Domestic Violence Homicide

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This blog provides brief recommendations for emergency physicians on screening ED patients for intimate partner violence.
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March 2014

2013 Domestic Violence Fatalities in Washington State

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This document provides data on domestic violence fatalities in Washington State for the year 2013.
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March 2014

2013 Domestic Violence Fatalities in Washington State

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In 2013, 35 people were killed in Washington State as a result of domestic violence. This is significantly fewer than the 54 domestic violence deaths in 2012, and the lowest in the seventeen years WSCADV has been collecting this data.
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January 2014

Surveillance for Violent Deaths: National Violent Death Reporting System, 16 States, 2010

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This report summarizes data from CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) regarding violent deaths from 16 U.S. states for 2010.
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January 2014

2013 Annual Femicide Report

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The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women publishes The Femicide Report, a report on women and children murdered in Minnesota, to educate the public about the lethality of domestic violence and child abuse.
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  • General Material
January 2014

Strangulation Laws

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This chart is a compilation of the strangulation laws in the United States.
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  • General Material
October 2013

Intimate Partner Violence in New Jersey's African American Community: Findings and Recommendations of the New Jersey Domestic Violence Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board

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The goal of this report is to identify trends of domestic violence occurrence in the New Jersey African American community and provide culturally unique recommendations to reduce the outcomes of intimate partner homicide for African American victims.