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3:23 Intro Criminal Justice

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Intro Criminal Justice 14:20 Visions chapter 29 Crit Issues chapters 23, 25, 27 Will NOT be covered on 3 rd  exam Exam 2 – Thursday, April 9 th Quantitative domestic violence includes number of reports to police, percentage of  arrests made in domestic cases Qualitative domestic violence assessment takes a more holistic approach, policy 
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Unformatted text preview: changes Most important and overriding issues in the criminal justice response to domestic violence is that of systems accountability Missing link in aspiring institutional changes in the response to women battering 14:20 14:20...
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