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1.

IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

2.

SERVICES PROVIDED

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

3.

PARTICIPATION MEDIATION:YOUR PGM-1

Is participation in your program:

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4.

PARTICIPATION MEDIATION:YOUR PGM-2

Is participation in your program:

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5.

PARTICIPATION MEDIATION:YOUR PGM-3

Is participation in your program:

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PARTICIPATION MEDIATION:YOUR PGM-4

Is participation in your program:

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PARTICIPATION MEDIATION:YOUR PGM-5

Is participation in your program:

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8.

DECISIONS MADE TO EXCLUDE CASES-1

How are decisions made about whether to exclude cases from mediation due to domestic violence?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

9.

DECISIONS MADE TO EXCLUDE CASES-2

How are decisions made about whether to exclude cases from mediation due to domestic violence?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

10.

DECISIONS MADE TO EXCLUDE CASES-3

How are decisions made about whether to exclude cases from mediation due to domestic violence?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

11.

DECISIONS MADE TO EXCLUDE CASES-4

How are decisions made about whether to exclude cases from mediation due to domestic violence?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

12.

SPECIAL APPROACHES-DOM VIOL CASES-1

Which of the following best describes how decisions are made about special approaches to be used in cases with domestic violence (e.g., individual sessions)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

13.

SPECIAL APPROACHES-DOM VIOL CASES-2

Which of the following best describes how decisions are made about special approaches to be used in cases with domestic violence (e.g., individual sessions)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

14.

SPECIAL APPROACHES-DOM VIOL CASES-3

Which of the following best describes how decisions are made about special approaches to be used in cases with domestic violence (e.g., individual sessions)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

15.

SPECIAL APPROACHES-DOM VIOL CASES-4

Which of the following best describes how decisions are made about special approaches to be used in cases with domestic violence (e.g., individual sessions)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

16.

CASES ELIMINATED DUE TO CONCERNS OF DV

Which of the following do you think best describes the percentage of cases your program eliminated from mediation last year due to concerns about domestic violence? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

17.

EACH PARTY FILLS OUT A QUESTIONNAIRE

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Each party fills out a questionnaire prior to attending a joint session? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

18.

SEPARATE TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS W/EACH

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff conduct separate telephone interviews with each party prior to a joint session ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

19.

SEPARATE FACE-TO-FACE INTERVIEWS W/EACH

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff conduct private, face-to-face interviews with each party at separate times, piror... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

20.

FACE-TO-FACE INTRVWS AT JOINT SESSION

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff conduct private, face-to-face interviews with each party at a joint session while... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

21.

INTAKE INTERVIEWS-BOTH PARTIES PRESENT

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff conduct an intake interview with both parties present prior to a mediation sessio... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

22.

PGM STAFF REVIEW FAMILY COURT FILE

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff review the family court file ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

23.

COMPUTER SEARCH FOR CRIM RECORDS/R.O.

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff conduct a computer search for information such as restraining orders and criminal... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

24.

STAFF CONTACT LOCAL VTM ADVOCACY PGM

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff contact local victim advocacy program ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

25.

STAFF CONTACT DISTRICT ATTY'S OFFICE

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff contact district attorney's office ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

26.

STAFF CONTACT BATTERER TX/ANGER MGMT PGM

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Program staff contact batterer treatment or anger management program ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

27.

PGM NOT SCREEN CASES BEFORE MEDIATION

Which, if any, of the following procedures does your program routinely use to determine whether or not a referral is appropriate for mediation? Our program does not screen cases before beginning mediation ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

28.

OTHER SCREENING PROCEDURES-1

Any other procedures? Please describe them below.

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

29.

OTHER SCREENING PROCEDURES-2

Any other procedures? Please describe them below.

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

30.

# SCREENING QUESTIONS TO SCREEN FOR DV

How many questions on your questionnaire and/or on your interview protocol (not including follow-up questions) are designed to screen for domestic abuse? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

31.

ASK ABOUT GENERAL CONCERNS

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about general concerns (e.g., Do you have any concerns about mediation?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

32.

ASK ABOUT CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROBLEMS

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about chemical dependency problems ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

33.

ASK-PREVIOUS ARRESTS/POLICE INVOLVEMENT

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about previous arrest or police involvement ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

34.

ASK-HOW MAKE DECISIONS/HANDLE CONFLICT

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about how the parties make decisions and handle conflict between them ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

35.

ASK IF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EXISTS

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask if domestic violence exists (e.g., Have there been any incidents of domestic abuse?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

36.

ASK-PREVIOUS TX FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about previous treatment for drug or alcohol abuse ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

37.

ASK-EACH CAN DISAGREE W/OTH W/O FEAR

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask if each party feels he/she can disagree with the other party without fear of repercussion ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

38.

ASK ABOUT CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about child abuse or neglect ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

39.

ASK-EACH FEEL SAFE IN JOINT MEDIATION

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask if each party feels safe participating in joing mediation sessions ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

40.

ID SPEC BEHAVIOR ASSOC W/SPOUSE ABUSE

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: identify specific behaviors often associated with spouse abuse (e.g., kicking, shoving, threats, etc.) ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

41.

ASK-EXISTENCE OF R.O./NO CONTACT ORDER

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Questions that: ask about the existence of a restraining or no-contact order. ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

42.

OTHER TYPES OF QUESTIONS-1

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Are there other types of questions? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

43.

OTHER TYPES OF QUESTIONS-2

Please identify all types of question(s) that are routinely asked in your questionnaire and/or interview protocol. Are there other types of questions? ... (view details)

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

44.

WHO REVIEWS SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE-1

Who reviews the screening questionnaire?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

45.

WHO REVIEWS SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE-2

Who reviews the screening questionnaire?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

46.

WHO REVIEWS SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE-3

Who reviews the screening questionnaire?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

47.

POSITION OF OTHER WHO REVIEWS

Who reviews the screening questionnaire? Someone else? What is there position?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

48.

WHO CONDUCTS SCREENING INTERVIEW-1

Who conducts the screening interview?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

49.

WHO CONDUCTS SCREENING INTERVIEW-2

Who conducts the screening interview?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

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WHO CONDUCTS SCREENING INTERVIEW-3

Who conducts the screening interview?

Taken from: Divorce Mediation and Domestic Violence in the United States, 1993 .

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