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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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WORKING WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Most police departments have officers who routinely speak to the communities they serve about crime prevention. These agencies know the lethality and complexity of domestic violence cases, and can thus provide a crucial component of a training program. Many agencies have officers especially knowledgeable about what victims of abuse endure and what resources are available to them. Perhaps what is most valuable is just their simple presence: If a police officer describes the range of criminal laws that have to do with domestic abuse cases wearing badge and uniform, he or she makes a clear and undeniable statement that domestic violence is a crime—not a simple lover’s quarrel. ...

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