Assessing the Risk of Intimate Partner Violence

(2010) Glen Kercher, Andrea Weiss, Katrina Rufino

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There has been a dramatic transformation over the past 20 years in the response to intimate partner violence (IPV). These changes are apparent in criminal justice processing, the availability of social and advocacy services, the provision of emergency medical services, and from public opinion. Agencies dealing with victims and offenders have adopted a number of mechanisms to identify high risk cases in order to respond appropriately to safeguard the victim and reduce the re-occurrence of violence. This has lead to an increasing demand for accurate risk assessment.

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