Requiring batterers to attend intervention programming as a condition of probation or as a component of pretrial diversion is becoming an integral part of many jurisdictions' response to domestic violence. This report addresses the need for increased info. exchange between criminal justice professionals a batterer treatment providers. Specifically, it will help criminal justice personnel -- including prosecutors, judges, probation officers, a victim advocates -- better understand the issues surrounding batterer intervention a enable them to make appropriate referrals to programs a to communicate effectively with program providers.Inlmprov- ing the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Providers. Harrisburg, PA: ... Stosny, S. aquot;Treating Attachment Abuse: The Compassion Workshop.aquot; In Treating ... Final Report of the Supreme Court Task Force on Courtsa#39; and Communitiesa#39; Response to Domestic Abuse. State of Iowa ... New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1990. Yllo, K. and M.
|Author||:||Kerry Healey, Christine Smith, Chris S. O'Sullivan|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1999-07-01|