There are a variety of fatality review models or processes currently in place across the country. Despite the variations, however, “there is very little research strongly supporting one approach over another in terms of which review is most effective or comprehensive” (Chard-Wierschem & Mackey, 2006).
This documents provides an overview of fatality review, highlighting how this tool may help reduce intimate partner homicide.
This brief document provides information on starting a fatality review process, case review process, and reporting.
This report examines the extent to which local level domestic violence serious incident and fatality reviews exist in New York State. Findings from this research provide a basis from which policy makers can explore new review initiatives.
The Faces of Fatality: Overview, Findings and Recommendations of the Florida Attorney General's Statewide Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team
This document presents a project report and recommendations from the Florida’s statewide fatality review team.
Up to Us: Lessons learned and goals for change after thirteen years of the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review
This sixth and final biennial report draws on the lessons learned by the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review (DVFR) after more than a decade of analysis and community conversation, and it sets out eleven goals for change.
This document describes the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review model and the rationale behind it.
This document describes the “System Analysis” approach. “This approach avoids blaming individuals and instead focuses on the analysis of systems and institutions with the goal of creating lasting changes.”
This document provides several basic guidelines for advocate participation in fatality reviews.
This manual emphasizes the need for a multidisciplinary Elder Abuse Fatality Review Team (EA-FRT), discusses various issues and challenges that EA-FRT may face, and presents suggestions for addressing these challenges.
This article, which begins on page 8 of the NDVFRI’s Fatality Review Bulletin, provides information on conducting fatality reviews with American Indian tribes in Montana.