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November 2015

Reproductive Justice Hearing: Criminal Punishment & Civil Regulation of Pregnant Women

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Expert panels covered issues such as violations of women’s reproductive privacy, women's mass incarceration (and their health behind bars), access to reproductive health services, domestic violence, online sexual harassment, and the religious objections to medical services.
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July 2015

Women’s Experiences of Abuse as a Risk Factor for Incarceration: A Research Update

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This Applied Research paper provides an update to Mary Gilfus’ (2002) publication on the pathways from victimization to incarceration among women and girls, based on the relevant research published in the past 12 years. This research provides additional findings about the extent of victimization experienced by women and girls under correctional control, and a deeper understanding of the ways in which experience of victimization can lead to incarceration.
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January 2015

Reproductive Injustice: The State of Reproductive Health Care for Women in New York State Prisons

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This report details top findings on reproductive healthcare in the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, including the fact that reproductive healthcare for women in New York State prisons is woefully substandard, with women routinely facing poor-quality care and assaults on their basic human dignity and reproductive rights.
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January 2015

Why Opposing Hyper-Incarceration Should be Central to the Work of the Anti-Domestic Violence Movement

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This law review advances the argument that activists working to combat domestic violence should advocate against the current system of mass incarceration.
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January 2014

Transgender People, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Legal System

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Leigh Goodmark’s article, "Transgender People, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Legal System," is the first law review article to concentrate specifically on intimate partner abuse and the transgender community. In this webinar, Leigh Goodmark presents this research, and Terra Slavin and michael munson comment on critical analysis in the article and reflect its utility for practitioners and victims.
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October 2013

Criminal Records and Employment Rights: A Tool for Survivors of Domestic Violence

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This publication is designed to help survivors with a criminal record to better understand their employment rights, and offer tips and resources as survivors prepare for the job application and interview process, attend job interviews, and hear back from the prospective employer.
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August 2013

Recommendations for Administrators of Prisons, Jails, and Community Confinement Facilities for Adapting the U.S. Department of Justice’s "A National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, Adults/Adolescents"

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This guide is designed to assist administrators of prisons, jails, and community confinement facilities in drafting or revising protocols for an immediate response to reports of sexual assault.
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February 2013

Testing the Effects of New York’s Domestic Violence Courts: A Statewide Impact Evaluation

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This report describes a study of 24 domestic violence courts in the state of New York.
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  • Training Tools
January 2013

Proceed! LGBTQ Domestic Violence Legal Toolkit for Advocates

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This toolkit highlights the obstacles survivors face in the criminal and civil legal systems and provides tools for advocates to support survivors in their journey.
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January 2013

VAWA 2013 and TVPRA: What Practitioners Need to Know

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The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA 2013), combined with the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA), was signed into law on March 7, 2013. This practice advisory provides an overview of substantive changes and technical fixes both in VAWA and TVPRA as well as practice pointers for attorneys and advocates on how to work with these new changes.
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December 2012

Secretary Napolitano Announces Standards to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Sexual Abuse and Assault in Confinement Facilities

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This press release announces new standards to prevent, detect, and respond to sexual abuse and assault in confinement facilities in accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA).
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  • General Material
June 2012

GPS Monitoring Technologies and Domestic Violence: An Evaluation Study

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This report describes a study of the use of GPS monitoring technology to enforce no contact orders in domestic abuse cases. The report outlines some of the benefits and burdens of GPS monitoring, as well as policy implications and the importance of maintaining relationships with survivors.