Good interagency coordination achieves two goals: it holds gender-based offenders accountable and promotes survivor safety. The success or failure of one agency creates a snowball effect as criminal cases move from the initial 911 call through the court system. BWJP works with practitioners in the criminal justice system to identify, develop and analyze solutions to complex, multi-disciplinary, or multi-agency problems that are tailored to each survivor’s reality.
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Published by: Ellen Schell This handbook for civil attorneys provides legal and military policy information needed by civil attorneys representing…CLASS: #Tools and Guides ,
A Prosecutor’s Guide to Full Faith and Credit For Protection Orders: Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence
This guide for prosecutors provides information on enforcement of protection orders pursuant to the full faith and credit provision of…CLASS: #Tools and Guides ,
Collaborating for Safety: Coordinating the Military and Civilian Response to Domestic Violence – Elements and Tools
Published by: Jane M. Sadusky Provides an overview of the processes used in the implementation of the OVW-funded Military-Civilian Coordinated…CLASS: