In This Issue
- From the Executive Director
- Coercive Control
- Did You Know
- Juvenile Orders of Protection as a Remedy for Dating Violence
- Q and A About Coercive Control
- Legislative Update
- Guiding Principles for Community Domestic Violence Policy
- The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Primary Care Program(CAP PC)
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
For more information on sexual assault, visit the OPDV Website
In a recent study on teens and orders of protection, 51% of male respondents with an average age of only 20.9 years already had adult criminal histories when the orders were taken out against them.
From Final Report: An Exploratory Study of Juvenile Orders of Protection as a Remedy for Dating Violence, NIJ Grant # 2011-MU-FX-0005. P. 59.
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