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ASSESSING AND RESPONDING TO THE RECENT HOMICIDE RISE IN THE UNITED STATES, Richard Rosenfeld, Shytierra Gaston, Howard Spivak and Seri Irazola, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2017. Carbon, Director, Office on Violence Against Women, January 6, 2012. METHODS FOR COUNTING HIGH-FREQUENCY REPEAT VICTIMIZATIONS IN THE NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMIZATION SURVEY, Janet L. Guidelines for Successful Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships in the Criminal Justice System, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS), Tami P. TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK – COMMUNITY ATTITUDES TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN CREATING SAFE AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS FOR VICTORIAN WOMEN, Natalie Taylor and Jenny Mouzos, Australian Institute of Criminology and Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Canberra, AU: 2006. Department of Justice, Washington, DC: January 2003.
A ROOM OF OUR OWN: SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS EVALUATE SERVICES – A RESEARCH REPORT FROM THE NEW YORK CITY ALLIANCE AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT, Deborah Fry, New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault, New York, NY: April 2007.Additionally, we discuss challenges that may arise for faculty (e.g., fixed-term faculty, adjunct faculty, pre-tenure assistant professors, tenured professors) taking on such leadership opportunities, such as increased workload and emotional labor, and make recommendations to help mitigate these challenges. Adults coo about puppy love, or shrug at the infatuations of teenagers. Flip through a mag: See 17-year-old Kardashian sib Kylie Jenner pairing up with 25-year-old rapper Tyga. Or, turn on the radio: Hear Justin Bieber crooning to his “prize possession.” Add in 24/7 access to hand-held technology, including apps that geo-track a sweetheart’s every move, and it is no wonder that nearly 20,000 13- to 17-year-olds reached out to the hotline last year.In fiscal year 2016, the program funded 45 projects, totaling more than million. The program offers grants to strengthen culturally relevant and survivor-centered approaches, provide on-campus victim services and advocacy, foster community involvement, and enhance security and investigation.These activities improve prevention of the crimes and have been found to increase intervention by bystanders to stop or prevent sexual violence.
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