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al, 2011). These issues leave viewers with a lack of trust in the data. The articles "An Arresting Experiment: Domestic Violence Victim and Perceptions" by Miller, and "Controlling a Jail Population by Partially Closing the Front Door" both provided interesting outlooks on policies and statistics for domestic violence. The public policy changes that could be made by relying upon the two articles would be to implement more regulations to further separate the victims and offenders after arrest. There should be laws implemented to change the level of contact that can be made for a certain period of time following a domestic violence incident. To add, victims and offenders should undergo counseling or community service after each incident occurs. Joann Miller states, “It was found that arrests affected the probability of reoccurring domestic violence” (Miller, 2012). It can be inferred that anger and betrayal is was fuels their reoffending. The bible tells us “and don’t sin by letting anger control you. Don’t let the sun go down while you are still angry” (Ephesians 4:26 NLT). The offenders succumb to their anger which results in re-offending. References: Mosher, C. J., Miethe, T. D., & Hart, T. C. (2011). The mis measure of crime (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. ISBN: 9781412981811. Miller, J. (2012). An Arresting Experiment Domestic Violence Victim Experiences and Perceptions . Journay of Interpersonal Violence: Sage Publications
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