Principal Investigator(s): Buzawa, Eve; Hotaling, Gerald T.; Klein, Andrew; Byrne, James
Summary: The Quincy, Massachusetts, District Court initiated an aggressive, pro-intervention strategy for dealing with domestic violence cases in 1986. This study was funded to examine the workings of this court and its impact on the lives of victims. The four main goals of the research were: (1) to describe the workings of the primary components of this model jurisdiction in its response to domestic violence, specifically (a) what the police actually did when called to a domestic violence inciden... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR03076.v1
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