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August 2011

New Numbers For Domestic Violence Victims

This resource describes the option of obtaining a new social security number for victims of domestic violence or harassment, explains the application process, and outlines key considerations.
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January 2011

Frequently Asked Questions about U.S. Federal Laws and Confidentiality for Survivors

This is a Q&A about VAWA, how it works, and what information it protects.
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January 2011

Tech Top 10 Tips: Social Media Use by Survivors

In recognition of the increasing role that social media plays in the lives of survivors as well as programs and staff, this tool addresses the benefits and risks of social media use by people who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.
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January 2011

Cell Phones: Location Tracking and Sharing

This tip sheet describes many location-based services used on cell phones and explains different ways that a cell phone's location can be tracked; describes the risks and benefits of location-based applications and services for cell phones; and addresses geotags and other files that phones keep that might be accessed by perpetrators to find out a victim's real-time or past locations.
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May 2010

Native American Communities Justice Project: Beginning the Dialogue: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, & Teen-Dating Violence

This research report represents the experiences and wisdom of over 500 Native Americans concerned about family violence in their communities and constitute the most comprehensive look at this issue in California to date. The research report compiles information shared during multiple tribal community meetings that took place across the state during the NACJP, into separate themes and identifies problems and solutions articulated by meeting participants thematically.
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January 2010

Social Networking & Privacy Tips for Domestic & Sexual Violence Programs

This one page handout introduces a few important safety risks and confidentiality considerations for advocates and organizations participating in social media.
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January 2010

The New Age of Stalking: Technological Implications for Stalking

Author(s): Cynthia Fraser, Erica Olsen, Kaofeng Lee, Cindy Southworth
Technology has led to tremendous advancements in our society but has also brought more danger to victims of stalking and given more tools for stalkers to use. New technology has made it more difficult for prosecutors and judges to hold stalkers accountable for their crimes, and without an understanding of how technology is misused by stalkers to track and monitor their victims, many victims don't get the justice they deserve. This article addresses the tremendous impact of technology on stalking, especially within the context of intimate partner stalking.
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September 2009

The Kentucky Civil Protective Order Study: A Rural and Urban Multiple Perspective Study of Protective Order Violation Consequences, Responses, & Costs

Author(s): TK Logan, Robert Walker, William Hoyt, Teri Faragher
This study addresses several gaps in the research literature on civil protective orders by examining protective order effectiveness, enforcement, and cost effectiveness.
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June 2009

How to Start and Facilitate a Support Group for Victims of Stalking

A guide for victim service providers, volunteers, and other concerned community members on how to initiate and run a stalking support group in their agency or community.
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January 2009

High-Tech Stalking

Stalkers are increasingly misusing a variety of telephone, surveillance, and computer technologies to harass, terrify, intimidate, coerce, and monitor former and current intimate partners. Perpetrators are also misusing technology to stalk before, during, and after perpetrating sexual violence.
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January 2009

Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Harassment and Honour Based Violence (DASH, 2009) Risk Identification and Assessment and Management Model

Author(s): Laura Richards
This document describes the DASH risk assessment tool that was designed for practitioners who work with victims of domestic abuse in the UK in order to help them identify those who are at high risk of harm.
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January 2009

CAADA Domestic Abuse, Stalking and 'Honour'-based Violence (DASH) Risk Identification Checklist

Author(s): Laura Richards
This checklist is a consistent and simple to use tool for practitioners who work with victims of domestic abuse in order to help them identify those who are at high risk of harm and whose cases should be referred to a Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) meeting in order to manage the risk.