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An In-depth Examination of Batterer Intervention and Alternative Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders, Utah, 2015-2018

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An In-depth Examination of Batterer Intervention and Alternative Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders, Utah, 2015-2018
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An In-depth Examination of Batterer Intervention and Alternative Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders, Utah, 2015-2018
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These data are part of NACJD's Fast Track Release and are distributed as they were received from the data depositor. The files have been zipped by NACJD for release, but not checked or processed except for the removal of direct identifiers. Users should refer to the accompanying readme file for a brief description of the files available with this collection and consult the investigator(s) if further information is needed. This National Institute of Justice (NIJ)-funded study was designed to provide an in-depth examination of a batterer intervention program (BIP) and an alternative treatment approach using restorative justice (RJ) for domestic violence (DV) offenders. The study design provided an in-depth content analysis to complement a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded randomized controlled trial (RCT) in Salt Lake City, Utah that used an intention to treat method of analysis to determine which treatment program has the lowest arrest outcomes: a traditional BIP or a BIP plus RJ approach called Circles of Peace (CP). Utah requires a minimum of 16 weeks of treatment for domestic violence offenders mandated to treatment. BIP, a 16-week group-based treatment approach for offenders only, is largely didactic and focuses on changing sexist attitudes for the purpose of altering the behavior of offenders. BIP plus CP provides 12 weeks of offender-only group sessions (with RJ principles infused throughout), encouraging offenders to focus on behavioral and attitudinal change. Following the initial 12 group sessions, offenders participated in four weeks of individual circles with a willing victim or a victim advocate (if the victim does not want to participate), family members or other support people, and trained community volunteers. The collection contains 2 SPSS data files: Case-Record-Review---BIP--CP-n-68-.sav (n=68, 313 variables) and Case-Record-Review---BIP-Only-n-92-.sav (n=92, 398 variables). Data related to respondents' qualitative interviews are not available as part of this collection
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Mills, Linda
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  • Barocas, Briana
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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An In-depth Examination of Batterer Intervention and Alternative Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders, Utah, 2015-2018
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  • 2015-05-04--2018-07-10
  • 37123
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ICPSR37123.v1
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An In-depth Examination of Batterer Intervention and Alternative Treatment Approaches for Domestic Violence Offenders, Utah, 2015-2018
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  • 2015-05-04--2018-07-10
  • 37123
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ICPSR37123.v1
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