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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Connecticut, 2012-2016

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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Connecticut, 2012-2016
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Connecticut, 2012-2016
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These data are part of NACJD's Fast Track Release and are distributed as they were received from the data depositor. The files have been zipped by NACJD for release, but not checked or processed except for the removal of direct identifiers. Users should refer to the accompanying readme file for a brief description of the files available with this collection and consult the investigator(s) if further information is needed. Criminal protection orders are a critical tool to enhance the safety and protection of victims of domestic violence (DV). However, limited research exists to elucidate the process and outcomes of these orders. The purposes of the study were to (a) elucidate the process of criminal orders as a critical strategy to reduce domestic violence, (b) increase knowledge about how criminal orders influence the daily lives of women, and children, and how they are associated with offender behavior, (c) disseminate findings to practitioners, policy makers, and academics to inform practice, policy, and future research; and (d) document in detail the relevant accounts of the collaboration to inform best practices for collaborations that lead to better policy, practice, and research. The sample is comprised of 298 female victims of DV by a male, intimate partner. Participants were recruited from two geographical area courthouses in an urban and a suburban New England community. Information was collected in personal interviews and augmented with information from court records. Separate data files contain information about housing events as well as substance use. Qualitative data collected as part of this study are not included in this fast track release. The collection contains 3 SPSS data files, NIJ-PO-Full-Dataset.sav (n=298; 1299 variables), NIJ-PO-Housing-TLFB-Dataset.sav (n=577; 29 variables) and NIJ-PO-Substance-Use-Dataset.sav (n=8940; 24 variables) and 1 Excel data file Living-Together-Data.xlsx (n=298; 3 variables). The collection also contains transcripts of qualitative interviews with 294 of the 298 respondents, which are not included in this release
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  • Sullivan, Tami P
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Connecticut, 2012-2016
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  • 2012--2016
  • 36605
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ICPSR36605.v1
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Connecticut, 2012-2016
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  • 2012--2016
  • 36605
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ICPSR36605.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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