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, p74-78.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Jones, N. T., Gray, A. E., & Williams, M. M. (2021). The North Carolina BeTA Investigation Overview (NCBIO-25): A structured professional judgment tool (SPJ) for behavioral threat assessment in law enforcement settings. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, 8(4), 145–158.
Jung, S., & Wielinga, F. (2019). Simplifying the estimation of violence risk by police among individuals charged for sexual assault.Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, 6(1), 38–50.
Kreienkamp, J., Agostini, M., Leander, N. P., & Stroebe, W. (2021). How news exposure and trust in law enforcement relate to defensive gun ownership. Psychology of Violence, 11(4), 417–427.
Sleath, E., & Smith, L. L. (2017). Understanding the factors that predict victim retraction in police reported allegations of intimate partner violence.Psychology of Violence, 7(1), 140–149.
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