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2007
Pattavina, April,  Hirschel, David,  Buzawa, Eve,  Faggiani, Don,  Bentley, Helen . A comparison of the police response to heterosexual versus same sex intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women. 13, (4), 374-394.
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2007
Hirschel, David,  Buzawa, Eve,  Pattavina, April,  Faggiani, Don . Domestic violence and mandatory arrest laws: To what extent do they influence police arrest decisions?. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 98, (1), 255-298.
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1992
Byrne, James M.,  Pattavina, April . The effectiveness issue: Assessing what works in the adult community corrections system. Smart Sentencing: The Emergence of Intermediate Sanctions. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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2007
Hirschel, David,  Buzawa, Eve,  Pattavina, April,  Faggiani, Don,  Reuland, Melissa . Explaining the Prevalence, Context, and Consequences of Dual Arrest in Intimate Partner Cases. NCJ 218355, .
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2007
Pattavina, April,  Buzawa, Eve,  Hirschel, David,  Faggiani, Donald . Policy, place and perpetrators: Using NIBRS to explain arrest practices in intimate partner violence. Justice Research and Policy. 9, (2), 31-52.
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2013
Pattavina, April,  Hirschel, David,  Scearbo, Meaghan . Reliability in NIBRS reporting of substance use in incidents of intimate partner violence. Justice Research and Policy. 15, (2), 21-42.
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2013
Pattavina, April,  Taxman, Faye S. Using discrete-event simulation modeling to estimate the impact of RNR program implementation on recidivism levels. Simulation Strategies to Reduce Recidivism: Risk Need Responsivity (RNR) Modeling for the Criminal Justice System. New York, NY: Springer Science and Business Media.
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