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   Can You Predict Lethal Intimate Partner Violence?
November 12, 2009

November 12, 2009

The webinar was moderated by Andy Klein, Ph.D. (slides), Senior Research Analyst with Advocates for Human Potential, Inc.  The panel (bios) included:

  • Marci Van De Mark, LCSW-C (slides) - Assistant Director, Adult & Community Services Division, Baltimore County Department of Social Services
  • Jacquelyn Campbell, Ph.D., RN (slides) - Researcher; Anna D. Wolf Chair & Professor, Department of Community Public Health at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing 
  • Rene Renick, MA, LPC, EMBA (slides) - Director of Programs and Operations, National Network to End Domestic Violence

Recording - View the multimedia recording of this event.

Resources - Links to resources related to this event.

Polls - See the results of various audience polls (these numbers reflect informal polls of our audience, and are not intended for use as scientific data).

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Of all women murdered in the United States, 40-50 percent are murdered by their intimate partners and 45 percent occur when the woman is trying to leave her abusive partner.

Women threatened with a gun are 20 times more likely to be murdered.

Approximately 1.3 million women are physically assaulted by an intimate partner per year in the United States.

Practitioners and researchers have built strong partnerships to understand and prevent intimate partner violence. In this webinar, co-sponsored with the National Institute of Justice, the audience learned about the Danger Assessment (DA) and how this tool is changing the way police in Baltimore, Maryland are addressing domestic violence. What Baltimore is doing may help your jurisdiction.  Ample time was dedicated to audience Q&A.

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