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, p78-82.
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