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1.

ASSIGNED CASE NUMBER

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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2.

ASSIGNED RESEARCH GROUP

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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3.

# YRS FULL-TIME LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Number of years as full-time law enforcement officer (including law enforcement agencies other than current Police Department):

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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4.

RACE/ETHNICITY

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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5.

GENDER

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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6.

AGE

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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7.

CURRENT ASSIGNMENT IN DEPARTMENT

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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8.

CURRENT POSITION IN DEPARTMENT

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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9.

ALCOHOL CAUSE OF FAMILY VIOLENCE

The primary cause of family violence is alcohol consumption.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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10.

FV OCCURS MORE IN POOR FAMILIES

Family violence occurs much more in poor families than in middle class families.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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11.

WOMEN STAY-LACK OF ECONOMIC RESOURCES

The only reason battered women stay in battering relationships is that they don't have the economic resources to leave.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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12.

MEN AGGRESSIVELY RESPOND MORE THAN WOMEN

Men ar more likely than women to respond to conflict with aggression.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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13.

ONLY MENTALLY ILL BATTER FAMILY MEMBERS

Only mentally ill people batter family members.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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14.

POLICE OFFICER LEAVE SCENE ASAP

When managing a domestic violence "scene", it is better if the police officer leaves as soon as possible.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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15.

MANDATORY ARREST REDUCES DV EPISODES

Mandatory arrest of a domestic violence offender is the best way to reduce repeat episodes of violence.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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16.

V NOT WANT TO RESOLVE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Victims must not want to resolve domestic violence in their homes or else they would cooperate enough with prosecutors.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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17.

INJURIES ACCIDENTAL NOT INTENTIONAL

Most physical injuries of domestic violence victims are accidental rather than intentional.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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18.

PROSECUTION OF OFFENDER UNLIKELY

Regardless of how well a victim cooperates, and a police officer documents evidence and writes a police report, prosecution of an offender is unlikely. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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19.

PERPETRATOR IS CLEAR IN DV EPISODES

It is usually clear who is the perpetrator in a domestic violence episode.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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20.

POLICIES INEFFECTIVE

Law enforcement policies are ineffective for preventing family violence.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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21.

WOMEN WORKING MEANS MORE DV

As long as women's participation in the work force continues to expand, there will be more and more domestic violence.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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22.

WOMEN W/ CHILDREN SHOULD STAY HOME

Women who have small children should stay home with those children instead of working.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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23.

SINGLE-PARENT KIDS ABUSED MORE

Children of single-parent, female-headed households are more likely to be abused than children of dual-parent households.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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24.

FAMILY VIOLENCE A PRIVATE MATTER

Family violence is a private matter in which law enforcement should not interfere.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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25.

HUSBANDS HANDLE FINANCES BETTER

family financial matters are handled better by husbands then by wives.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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26.

FATHERS BETTER DICIPLINARIANS

Fathers are better disciplinarians of children than mothers.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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27.

TRAINING INTERESTING/NEW IDEAS

The training was interesting and provided new and innovative ideas.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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28.

TRAINING WAS RELEVANT TO WORK

The training was relevant to my work in the area of domestic violence.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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29.

TRAINING WAS WELL ORGANIZED

The training was well organized.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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30.

ATTENDED MOST OF TRAINING

I attended at least MOST of the training.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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FOUND TRAINING TO BE USEFUL

I found the training to be useful.

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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32.

ATTITUDE TOWARD GENDER ROLES SCORE

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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33.

ATTITUDE TOWARD TRAINING SCORE

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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34.

INACCURATE/SIMPLISTIC CAUSE OF FV SCORE

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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35.

BELIEF THAT FV IS POLICE MATTER SCORE

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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36.

ANOVA TEST GROUPS

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Police Officer Survey Data.


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37.

ASSIGNED CASE NUMBER

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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38.

CONVICTION

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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39.

OFFICER BADGE NUMBER-RECODED BY ICPSR

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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40.

CASE OCCUR BEFORE/AFTER TRAINING

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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41.

TEST GROUP

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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42.

TIME SPENT ON DV SCENE (MINUTES)

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.


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43.

TRAINING

Taken from: Evaluation of Law Enforcement Training for Domestic Violence Cases in a Southwestern City in Texas, 1997-1999 - Experimental Design Data.

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