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  • General Material
January 2017

Ending Gender Bias in the Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

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In 2016, the Battered Women’s Justice Project organized a roundtable to continue the national discussion on the identification and prevention of gender bias in the law enforcement response to sexual assault and domestic violence. This report describes the roundtable, summarizes the themes that emerged as well as areas in which opinions varied, and recommends next steps toward implementation of the guidelines.
  • General Material
September 2014

Report from the San Mateo Domestic Violence and Accountability Assessment: How Does Documentation of the Initial Police Response to a Domestic Violence Call Aid Subsequent Interveners in Domestic Violence Cases?

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Three police departments participated in an accountability assessment focused on the question: How does documentation of the initial police response to domestic violence calls aid subsequent interveners in domestic violence cases? This report identifies the gaps between what people experience and need and what institutions provide, offering recommendations for addressing these gaps.