Batterers Intervention Program

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Unformatted text preview: Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches and Criminal Justice Strategies Batterer intervention programs are an integral part of any comprehensive approach to domestic violence. However, because intervention programs are relatively new, there is a need for increased communication between programming providers and criminal justice professionals. The latest publication in NIJs Issues and Practices series, Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches and Criminal Justice Strategies provides judges, prosecutors, and probation officers with the information they need to better understand batterer intervention and make appropriate decisions regarding programming. Some Figures, charts, forms, and tables are not included in this PDF file. To view this document in its entirety, order a print copy from NCJRS at 8008513420. U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs Office of Justice Programs Office of Justice Programs Office of Justice Programs Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice Ba Ba Ba Ba Batter tter tter tter tterer Inter er Inter er Inter er Inter er Intervention: ention: ention: ention: ention: Pr Pr Pr Pr Program am am am am Appr ppr ppr ppr pproac oac oac oac oaches and Cr hes and Cr hes and Cr hes and Cr hes and Criminal iminal iminal iminal iminal Justice Strategies Justice Strategies Justice Strategies Justice Strategies Justice Strategies by by by by by Ker er er er erry Heale y Heale y Heale y Heale y Healey, Ph. D Ph. D Ph. D Ph. D Ph. D. Christine Smith Christine Smith Christine Smith Christine Smith Christine Smith with with with with with Chris O'Sullivan, Ph.D. Chris O'Sullivan, Ph.D. Chris O'Sullivan, Ph.D. Chris O'Sullivan, Ph.D. Chris O'Sullivan, Ph.D. February 1998 Issues and Practices in Criminal Justice is a publication series of the National Institute of Justice. Each report presents the program options and management issues in a topic area, based on a review of research and evaluation findings, operational experience, and expert opinion on the subject. The intent is to provide information to make informed choices in planning, implementing, and improving programs and practice in criminal justice. U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs 810 Seventh Street N.W. Washington, DC 20531 Janet Reno Attorney General U.S. Department of Justice Raymond C. Fisher Associate Attorney General Laurie Robinson Assistant Attorney General Nol Brennan Deputy Assistant Attorney General Jeremy Travis Director, National Institute of Justice Department of Justice Response Center 8004216770 Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice World Wide Web Site World Wide Web Site http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij National Institute of Justice National Institute of Justice National Institute of Justice National Institute of Justice National Institute of Justice Jeremy Travis Director Carolyn Peake Program Monitor Prepared for the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice by Abt Associates Inc.,Prepared for the National Institute of Justice, U....
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