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  • General Material
January 2014

Understanding the Link between Violence to Animals and People: A Guidebook for Criminal Justice Professionals

Author(s): Publisher(s):
The Link between violence to people and violence to animals is well documented by research, both nationallyand internationally. In its simplest form: violence to animals is a predictor that the abuser may becomeviolent to people, and vice versa. Abuse is abuse no matter what the form or whom the victim. Crimes against people are tied to a myriad of crimes against animals and threespecific types of animal abuse that are linked to crimes against people are featured in this guidebook: sexualassaults against animals (bestiality), animal hoarding, and animal fighting.
  • General Material
January 2012

Clergy Communications and Clergy as Mandatory Reporters

This report gives a state-by-state accounting of when clergy are mandated reporters of child maltreatment.