Council-based approaches to intimate partner violence: evidence for distal change in the system response.

@article{Allen2013CouncilbasedAT,
  title={Council-based approaches to intimate partner violence: evidence for distal change in the system response.},
  author={Nicole E. Allen and Nathan R. Todd and Carolyn J. Anderson and Shara M. Davis and Shabnam Javdani and Vernie Bruehler and Heather C. Dorsey},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 1-2},
  pages={
          1-12
        }
}
Communities across the United States are collaborating to create a coordinated response to intimate partner violence (IPV); ideally, this involves promoting best practices in the justice and human service systems and engaging a broad array of community sectors (e.g., human service; criminal justice; faith; business; education) to promote victim safety and batterer accountability (Pence, 1999). The current study examined the extent to which Family Violence Coordinating Councils resulted in… CONTINUE READING
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