Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence. 3-Part Domestic Violence Series. Part I - Dynamics of Domestic Violence Part II - Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence Part III - Resources for Domestic Violence Teams. Overall Performance Goal.
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Domestic Violence: The Changing Role of Law Enforcement
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Increased tension, anger, blaming and arguing.
Calm Stage (this stage may decrease over time). Perpetrator may deny violence, blame drinking, apologize, and promise it will never happen again.
Battering, hitting, slapping, kicking, choking, use of objects or weapons. Sexual abuse. Verbal threats and abuse.
What is the definition of Domestic Violence?