Two Decades of Research About Violence Against Women


From studies on the effect of stalking laws to measuring the effectiveness of protective orders in cases of battered immigrant women, a new publication compiles 18 years of research on violence against women.

The report, issued by the National Institute of Justice, breaks research from 1993-2011 into categories, including “Forensics and Investigative Matters,” “Victims Services” and “Policy Intervention.”

Click here to download the report.

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