Advancing a Coordinated Response to Intimate Partner Violence
This research report is a systematic assessment of how Allegheny County, Pennsylvania has responded to intimate partner violence (IPV) by improving interagency coordination and responding more effectively and efficiently. Drawing on data and interviews conducted from June 2018 to December 2020, the report identifies three priority areas: promote the prioritization of IPV among county leaders for a set time period to support agency mobilization; shift policy to focus on victim experiences, rather than solely center on case outcomes; and reestablish IPV-focused fatality reviews.
(See also Resources on "domestic violence" in the Resource Library)
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