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Alcohol, Marijuana, and Dating Abuse Perpetration by Young Adults: Results of a Daily Call Study Emily F. Rothman, Gregory L. Stuart, Jeff R. Temple, and Timothy Heeren. Violence Against Women 2018, Vol. 24(10) 1187–1206

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Sexual assault, Stalking

Summary:

The purpose of this study was to investigate same-day alcohol or marijuana use and dating abuse (DA) perpetration in a sample of 60 noncollege-attending young adults.

Exploration of Crime Scene Characteristics in Cyber-Related Homicides F. Jeane Gerard, Norair Khachatryan, and Bethany Browning (2019). Homicide Studies, 1–24

Type of Profession: Advocates, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Sexual assault, Other crime or violence

Summary:

Despite the alarming nature of homicides in which the offender meets the victim online, or cyber-initiated homicides, little empirical attention has been devoted to this phenomenon. The present study was designed to explore the behavioral patterns found prior to and during a cyber-initiated homicide event.

Health Care Providers’ Readiness to Identify and Respond to Intimate Partner Violence Lynette M. Renner, PhD, MSW, Qi Wang, MS, Mary E. Logeais, MD, and Cari Jo Clark, ScD, MPH (2019). Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1–28

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Mental Health Professionals
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Sexual assault, Stalking

Summary:

Screening rates for intimate partner violence (IPV) among most health care providers are low; yet, positive interactions with providers can benefit people who experience IPV, with respect to increased safety, support, and self-efficacy. Missing is a broad assessment and comparison of knowledge, attitudes, and behavior across the range of providers who are likely to be involved in a response to IPV disclosure.

Is Campus Rape Primarily a Serial or One-Time Problem? Evidence From a Multicampus Study John D. Foubert, Angela Clark-Taylor, and Andrew F. Wall (2019). Violence Against Women, 1–16

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Sexual assault

Summary:

This study examined the prevalence and repeat offenses of college men, including fraternity men and student athletes, taking advantage of someone sexually while under the influence of alcohol.

Profiles of Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence Maria M. Galano, PhD, Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, PhD, Hannah M. Clark, PhD, Sara F. Stein, MS, MSW, LMSW, and Sandra A. Graham-Bermann, PhD

Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1–23

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Child witness to IPV, Sexual assault, Stalking

Summary:

Childhood exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) is associated with a host of problems, including the development of posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS). PTSS include a wide range of unique symptomatology and as a result, clinical presentations of PTSS can vary in both distribution and overall number of symptoms. The goal of the current study is to (a) document patterns of PTSS severity and distribution in children with histories of witnessing IPV, (b) examine the factors that predict different PTSS presentations, and (c) investigate how PTSS presentation is associated with functional impairment.

Risk Factors for Severe Violence in Intimate Partner Stalking Situations: An Analysis of Police Records Martyna Bendlin, BPsych (Hons) and Lorraine Sheridan, PhD

Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1–22

Type of Profession: Advocates, Clerks/Other Court Personnel, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 3/Issue 1 - THE EXCHANGE - January 2020
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Child witness to IPV, Sexual assault, Stalking

Summary:

Stalkers can be violent, and empirical studies have sought to identify factors associated with violence perpetrated by the stalker. Most of these works view physical violence as a homogeneous construct and do not differentiate between moderate and severe violence. The present study aims to identify correlates of nonviolent, moderate, and severe physical violence within an archival sample of 369 domestically violent police incident reports, where stalking behavior was indicated.

Provider perceptions and domestic violence (DV) survivor experiences of traumatic and anoxic-hypoxic brain injury: Implications for DV advocacy service provision. Nemeth, J.M., Mengo, C., Kulow, E., Brown, A., & Ramirez, R. (2019). Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 28, 6, 744-763

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 2/Issue 4 - THE EXCHANGE - October 2019
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence)

Summary:

Intimate partner violence, especially physical assaults, can result in significant negative physical health problems, including those that affect the functioning of the brain. This study assessed provider perceptions of the frequency and impact of brain injury among survivors served and surveyed survivors about their experiences with head injury.

Battered and brain injured: Traumatic brain injury among women survivors of intimate partner violence – A scoping review. Haag, H.L., Jones, D., Joseph, T. & Colantonio, A. (2019). Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1-18.

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 2/Issue 4 - THE EXCHANGE - October 2019
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence)

Summary:

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious consequence of intimate partner violence (IPV) that is often overlooked or misdiagnosed. Repeated trauma to the head can cause brain tissue degeneration resulting in fatigue, depression and mood changes, memory loss, confusion, aggression, impaired judgment, and difficulty with everyday tasks and can lead to dementia and other chronic health conditions. The purpose of this review of the literature was to gain an understanding of prevalence, investigate screening tool use, generate IPV/TBI-specific support recommendations, and identify suggestions for future research.

Animal abuse as a type of trauma: Lessons for human and animal service professionals. Randour, M.L., Smith-Blackmore, M., Blaney, N., DeSousa, D., & Guyony, A-A. (2019). Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1 – 12.

Type of Profession: Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 2/Issue 4 - THE EXCHANGE - October 2019
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Child witness to IPV

Summary:

Animal abuse frequently occurs at the same time and the same place as other types of violence, particularly family violence. In this article, the authors cite some of the research and propose that it is the responsibility of both animal service and human service professionals to be aware of its occurrence, understand its significance, and promote appropriate professional and policy responses to it.

Can justice system interventions prevent intimate partner homicide? An analysis of rates of help seeking prior to fatality. Koppa, V., & Messing, J.T. (2019). Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1 – 25.

Type of Profession: Advocates, Clerks/Other Court Personnel, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 2/Issue 4 - THE EXCHANGE - October 2019
Keywords: Intimate partner violence (IPV) (domestic violence), Other crime or violence

Summary:

This study examined data from one large urban police jurisdiction to understand rates of help seeking by homicide victims in the 1 to 3 years prior to the homicide. Results indicate high rates of engagement of police officers with intimate partner homicide victims before their deaths and highlight the opportunity for homicide prevention through integration of risk assessment.

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