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SEQUENTIAL ID NUMBER

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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COUNTY

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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STATE

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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BEALE CODE

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFFICE DESCRIPTOR

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RESPONDENT'S CASE ASSIGNMENT

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFFICE JURISIDICTION FOR DV CASES

Is your office responsible for prosecuting any domestic violence case or only felony charges?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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DV FELONY CASELOAD

How many domestic violence cases did your office prosecute in calendar year 1998?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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DV MISDEMEANOR CASELOAD

How many domestic violence cases did your office prosecute in calendar year 1998?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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JURISDICTION FOR CHILD ABUSE CASES

Is your office responsible for child abuse dependency proceedings in civil court?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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CHILD ABUSE CRIMINAL CASELOAD

How many child abuse cases did your office prosecute last year?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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CHILD ABUSE DEPENDENCY CASELOAD

How many child abuse cases did your office prosecute last year?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROTOCOL FOR DV/CA PROSECUTORS'

Are there policies or protocols for communication between the domestic violence and child abuse prosecutors when domestic violence cases involve child victims or witnesses? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROTOCOL ABOUT DV WHEN INVESTIGATING CA

When CPS and/or police investigate reports of suspected child abuse or neglect, are there protocols for them to ask specifically about domestic violence? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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HOW YOU FIND OUT WHEN CASE INVOLVES DV

[If no or don't know]: How do you find out when a child abuse case involves domestic violence?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROTOCOL ABOUT CHILDREN WHEN INVESTIGAT

When police respond to domestic violence calls, are there protocols for them to ask about children who may be victims of, or witnesses to, the violence? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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HOW YOU FIND OUT DV CASE INVOL. CHILDREN

[If no or don't know]: How do you find out that a domestic violence case involves child victims or witnesses?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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POLICE CHECK FOR PRIOR CPS REPORTS

Do police or other investigators routinely check with CPS about prior reports of child abuse or neglect in families experiencing domestic violence? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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WHEN POLICE CHECK FOR PRIOR CPS REPORTS

[If sometimes]: Under what circumstances would police check with CPS?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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CASES HEARD BY SAME JUDGE/IN SAME COURT

Are domestic violence and child abuse cases involving the same family heard by a single judge or in a special family court?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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CASES HANDLED BY THE SAME PROSECUTOR

Does the same prosecutor handle all these proceedings?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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LAWS IDENTIFYING EXPOSURE TO DV AS CA

Are there laws identifying children's exposure to domestic violence as a form of child maltreatment?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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LAWS APPLYING CRIMINAL PENALTIES

Are there laws that apply or enhance criminal penalties for domestic violence when children are present?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OTHER LAWS ADDRESSING THIS ISSUE

Are there any other laws that address the issue of children who witness or who are exposed to domestic violence?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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STATE LEGISLATURE CONSIDERING ACTIONS

Is the state legislature considering any action on these issues?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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USE OTH AVENUES TO ENHANCE PENALTIES

Are prosecutors using other avenues to enhance the potential penalties for those who commit domestic violence in the presence of children? [If prompt is needed: For example, charging emotional abuse or endangerment when children are presen... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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IS THERE PERTINENT CASELAW

Is there any pertinent case law we should know about?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFFICE HAS NO DROP POLICY FOR DV CASES

Does your office have a "no drop" policy for domestic violence cases?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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CHILDREN INFL. DECISIONS TO PROSECUTE

Does the presence of children influence decisions to prosecute male batterers when mothers are unwilling or uncooperative victims?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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REPORT WOMAN WHO ABUSES CHILD

Now I'm going to ask you about three different scenarios in cases of co-occurring domestic violence and child maltreatment: First are cases where a battered woman is abusing her children. Second are cases where the male perpetrator is batt... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROSECUTE WOMAN WHO ABUSES CHILD

Would your office prosecute a battered woman who has abused her children?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFTEN CHARGE MOTHERS ABUSE CHILDREN

How frequently does your office charge mothers under these circumstances?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RPT WOMAN FAIL PROTECT CHILDRN FRM ABUSE

In the second scenario, where a male perpetrator is battering both the mother and her children, would your office report the mother to CPS for failure to protect her children? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROS WOMAN FAIL PROTECT CHILD FRM ABUSE

Would your office prosecute a battered woman for failure to protect her children from abuse by the male perpetrator?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFT PROS MOM FAIL PROTCT CHILD FRM ABUSE

How frequently does your office charge mothers under these circumstances?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RPT WOMAN FAIL TO PROTECT CHILD FROM DV

In the third scenario, where children are exposed to domestic violence but not directly abused, would your office report to CPS battered mothers who fail to protect their children from continued exposure to domestic violence? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROSEC. WOMAN FAIL PROTECT CHILD FROM DV

Would your office prosecute a battered woman for failure to protect her children from continued exposure to domestic violence?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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OFTEN PROS MOM FAIL PROTECT CHILD FRM DV

How frequently does your office charge mothers under these circumstances?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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BATTERERS' TREATMNT PROGRAM IN COMMUNITY

Is there a specialized batterers treatment program in your community?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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HOW OFTEN BATTERERS SENTENCED TO ATTEND

[If yes]: How frequently are domestic violence offenders sentenced to attend this program?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROGS REFERRED TO BATT. MOTHERS/CHILDREN

Are there any specific resources, programs, or services in your community where you can refer battered mothers and their children?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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WHAT TYPES OF PROGRAMS ARE THERE

[If yes:] Is there [read options]:

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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PROSECUTORS' RECEIVED TRAINING ON ISSUES

Have prosecutors in your office received any particular training about co-occurring domestic violence and child maltreatment?

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED BEALE

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED NORESP

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED NORESP2

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED PROTREP2

In the second scenario, where a male perpetrator is battering both the mother and her children, would your office report the mother to CPS for failure to protect her children? (recoded) ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED PROTPRS2

Would your office prosecute a battered woman for failure to protect her children from abuse by the male perpetrator? (recoded)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED CAPROT

When CPS and/or police investigate reports of suspected child abuse or neglect, are there protocols for them to ask specifically about domestic violence? (recoded) ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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RECODED DVPROT

When police respond to domestic violence calls, are there protocols for them to ask about children who may be victims of, or witnesses to, the violence? (recoded) ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Prosecutors' Views on Children and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1999 .

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