Ohio Family Violence Prevention Center,
Office of Criminal Justice Services,
A Divison of the Ohio Department of Public Safety
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- Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services. Excellence in Advocacy: A Victim-Centered Approach. Ohio Family Violence Prevention Center, Office of Criminal Justice Services, A Divison of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, 2010, p42-47.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Brewster, J., Stoloff, M. L., Corey, D. M., Greene, L. W., Gupton, H. M., & Roland, J. E. (2016). Education and training guidelines for the specialty of police and public safety psychology.Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 10(3), 171–178.
Calogero, R. M., Tylka, T. L., Siegel, J. A., Pina, A., & Roberts, T.-A. (2020). Smile pretty and watch your back: Personal safety anxiety and vigilance in objectification theory. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Reid, J. A., Baglivio, M. T., Piquero, A. R., Greenwald, M. A., & Epps, N. (2019). No youth left behind to human trafficking: Exploring profiles of risk.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 89(6), 704–715.
Zonana, J., Simberlund, J., & Christos, P. (2018). The impact of safety plans in an outpatient clinic.Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 39(4), 304–309.
QUESTION 4 What are the Safety Issues for Victims with Mental Health Disabilities? To select and enter your answer go to Test.