(10) Law Enforcement Response

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Chapter 10 Law Enforcement Response Chapter 10
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Training Training produces victims that feel safer and treated better Seattle – specialized DV unit – provides a variety of services to victims for maximum safety as well as holding offenders accountable Investigate as though the victim will not be able to testify at trial Specialized training on domestic evidence collection Treat cases similar to stranger assault Trained on mandatory arrest and primary aggressor decision making Use lethality assessment tool 4 states have member/citizen interaction training (charm school) After citizens have complained about an officer’s conduct, they attend the 40 hour interpersonal skills training Only those identified for the training and the immediate supervisor are notified No evals of these programs
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Criminal Justice Ambivalence Historically police intervention has been unpredictable, prosecutions rare and victims reluctant to report Victims and advocates charged police/ courts with failure to
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