Mandatory, Preferred, or Discretionary: How the Classification of Domestic Violence Warrantless Arrest Laws Impacts Their Estimated Effects on Intimate Partner Homicide

@article{Zeoli2011MandatoryPO,
  title={Mandatory, Preferred, or Discretionary: How the Classification of Domestic Violence Warrantless Arrest Laws Impacts Their Estimated Effects on Intimate Partner Homicide},
  author={A. Zeoli and Alexis L. Norris and Hannah Brenner},
  journal={Evaluation Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={129 - 152}
}
  • A. Zeoli, Alexis L. Norris, Hannah Brenner
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Evaluation Review
  • Warrantless arrest laws for domestic violence (DV) are generally classified as discretionary, preferred, or mandatory, based on the level of power accorded to police in deciding whether to arrest. However, there is a lack of consensus in the literature regarding how each state’s law should be categorized. Using three classification schemes, this study examined whether variations among these schemes impact research outcomes by analyzing the effects of discretionary, preferred, and mandatory… CONTINUE READING
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