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2008
Yates, Donald L.,  Pillai, Jijayan K.,  Berry, Phyllis E. Mediation verses arrest approaches to domestic assault: Policy implications for addressing domestic abuse among under-educated and jobless offenders. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (2), 282-296.
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2008
Kim, Jinseok,  Gray, Karen A. Leave or stay?: Battered women's decision after intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 23, (10), 1465-1482.
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2006
Piquero, Ales R.,  Brame, Robert,  Fagan, Jeffrey,  Moffitt, Terrie E. Assessing the offending activity of criminal domestic violence suspects: Offense specialization, escalation, and de-escalation evidence from the Spouse Assault Replication Program. Public Health Reports. 121, 409-418.
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2002
Maxwell, Christopher D.,  Garner, Joel H.,  Fagan, Jefferey A. The preventive effects of arrest on intimate partner violence: Research, policy and theory. Criminology and Public Policy. 2, (1), 51-79.
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2001
Maxwell, Christopher D.,  Garner, Joel H.,  Fagan, Jeffrey A. The effects of arrest on intimate partner violence: New evidence from the spouse assault replication program. Research in Brief. NCJ 188199, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2000
Garner, Joel H.,  Maxwell, Christopher D. What are the lessons of the police arrest studies?. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma. 4, (1), 83-114.
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1997
Fagan, Jeffrey,  Garner, Joel,  Maxwell, Christopher . Reducing Injuries to Women in Domestic Assaults, Final Report. Atlanta, GA: United States Department of Health and Human Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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1997
Farmer, Amy,  Tiefenthaler, Jill . An economic analysis of domestic violence. Review of Social Economy. 55, (3), 337 -
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1995
Garner, Joel H.,  Fagan, Jeffrey,  Maxwell, Christopher . Published finding from the Spouse Assault Replication Program: A critical review. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 11, (1), 3-28.
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1992
Berk, Richard A.,  Campbell, Alec,  Klap, Ruth,  Western, Bruce . The Deterrent Effect of Arrest: A Bayesian Analysis of Four Field Experiments. American Sociological Review. 57, 698-708.
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1992
Dunford, Franklyn W. The measurement of recidivism in cases of spouse assault. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 83, (1), 120-136.
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1992
Sherman, Lawrence W.,  Schmidt, Janell D.,  Rogan, Dennis P. Policing Domestic Violence: Experiments and Dilemmas. New York, NY: Free Press.
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1990
Dunford, Franklyn W.,  Huizinga, David,  Elliott, Delbert S. The Role of Arrest in Domestic Assault: The Omaha Police Experiment. Criminology. 28, (2), 183-206.
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1990
Dunford, Franklyn W. System-initiated warrants for suspects of misdemeanor domestic assault: A pilot study. Justice Quarterly. 7, (4), 631-653.
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1989
Dunford, Franklyn W.,  Huizinga, David,  Elliott, Delbert S. The Omaha Domestic Violence Police Experiment. Final Report. NCJ 119528, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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