Studies that have examined DV across social classes show a strong inverse relationship between financial status and a woman's risk of DV victimization: as social class increases, the likelihood of domestic violence decreases.This does not mean that middle-class and wealthier women are immune from DV, and the observed relationship may be due in part to the ability of middle-class and more affluent women to keep DV victimization hidden.Sexual violence is any sexual act or attempt to obtain a sexual act by violence or coercion, acts to traffic a person or acts directed against a person's sexuality, regardless of the relationship to the victim. Murder occurring either during a sexual assault or as a result of an honor killing in response to a sexual assault is also a factor of sexual violence.Though women and girls suffer disproportionately from these aspects, sexual violence can occur to anybody at any age; it is an act of violence that can be perpetrated by parents, caregivers, acquaintances and strangers, as well as intimate partners.DRUG-FACILITATED, INCAPACITATED, AND FORCIBLE RAPE: A NATIONAL STUDY, Dean G. The [email protected] Voices from the "NO MÁS Study", Blog, National [email protected] Network, St. PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF CURRENT INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE RESEARCH FOR VICTIM ADVOCATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, Barbara J. Sullivan, Enna Khondkaryan, Lauren Moss-Racusin and Bonnie S. The Role of State Administrative Agencies in Advancing Criminal Justice Research, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS), Tami P. SOLUTIONS TO THE RESEARCH-PRACTICE GAP IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A MODIFIED DELPHI STUDY WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITION LEADERS – SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, Christine E.That is, a group of family violence perpetrators engaged in high levels of family violence offending were identified as committing a range of other types of violence, traffic offences and the breach of violence orders.
DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENTS REPORTED TO ALASKA STATE TROOPERS: 2003-2004, Greg Postle, André B. THE EFFECTS OF ARREST ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: NEW EVIDENCE FROM THE SPOUSE ASSAULT REPLICATION PROGRAM, Christopher D. EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE STUDY, Emergency Nurses Association, Institute for Emergency Nursing Research, Des Plaines, IL: November 2011. ESTIMATING THE INCIDENCE OF RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT, Candace Kruttschnitt, William D. House (editors), Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC: November 2013. ETHICAL AND SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INTERVENTION RESEARCH ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, World Health Organization and RTI International, Geneva, CH: February 2016. (report and infographics) Noël Busch-Armendariz, Deidi Olaya-Rodriquez, Matt Kammer-Kerwick, Karin Wachter, Catlin Sulley, Kathleen Anderson and Melody Huslage, Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault, Austin, TX: August 2015. MILITARY AND CIVILIAN REPORTS OF SUSPECTED AND SUBSTANTIATED CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, National Child Abuse & Neglect Data System (scroll down), and U. Copyright © 2009 Victorian Health Promotion Foundation. Lyons, RESEARCH PROPOSAL APPLICATION AND EVALUATION FORMS – FOR USE BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND RAPE CRISIS CENTER ADVOCATES, Carol E. Evidence-Based Policy and Practice: The Role of the State in Advancing Criminal Justice Research, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS), Tami P. VIOLENCE AGAINST INDIAN WOMEN, FINAL REVISED REPORT, Pamela Jumper Thurman, Roe Bubar, Barbara Plested, Ruth Edwards, Pamela Le Master, Erica Bystrom, Marisa Hardy, De Wayne Tahe, Martha Burnside and E. Fisher, editor, Division of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH: 2004.The severe economic recession that began in December 2007 has renewed interest in the relationship between economic stress and domestic violence (DV).Although analyses of current financial statistics in relation to reported DV incidents have yet to be completed, a sizable body of research that examines various economic indicators provides a framework for understanding how economic stress may contribute to DV.Foreword | It is common practice to assess the risk of family violence recidivism and the efficacy of perpetrator treatment outcomes by taking into account the offending histories of offenders.However, the relationship between the frequency of family violence offending and other types of offending has not been fully explored.