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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.

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.

# 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.

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.

GENDER

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

AGE

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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