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Violence Against Teachers: Prevalence and Consequences
Data collected from 731 teachers were used to examine the consequences of violence directed toward teachers while in the workplace. Analyses showed that the majority of respondents (n = 585, 80.0%)Expand
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The Impact of Graphic Photographic Evidence on Mock Jurors' Decisions in a Murder Trial: Probative or Prejudicial?
Although courts in the United States and Canada regularly admit graphic photographs into evidence, little research exists on whether such evidence prejudices the decisions of jurors. Mock jurors (N =Expand
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Risk Assessment of Stalkers
Risk assessment of stalkers is difficult due to the diversity of stalking-related behaviors and the lack of research. The authors discuss three problems. First, stalking is a form of targetedExpand
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The development and validation of the guidelines for stalking assessment and management.
International research has established that stalking is a prevalent problem with serious and often life-threatening consequences for victims. Stalking is also a unique form of violence due to itsExpand
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An examination of police investigational files for criminal harassment (stalking): Implications for case management
The creation of Canada's anti-stalking statute, or criminal harassment law, slightly more than a decade ago marked the beginning of a new risk assessment imperative. It provided Canadian lawExpand
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Violence and risk assessment.
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The characteristics of stalkers in British Columbia : a statistical comparison of persons charged with criminal harassment and persons charged with other Criminal Code offences
In recent years 'stalking' has become the focps of considerable attention among criminal justice system agencies, the media, and the public alike. The emerging recognition of stalking as a distinctExpand
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Legal issues Associated with the Concept of Psychopathy
It is noteworthy that the title of the NATO ASI from which this book emerged was “Psychopathy: Theory, Research, and Implications for Society.” As the other chapters make clear, over the course of 10Expand
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