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10 Things Judges Should Know About Domestic Violence
Advocate Code of Ethics
Confidentiality Policy for Staff and Volunteer Sample Template
Dating Violence Fact Sheet
Domestic Violence Fact Sheet
Domestic Violence Homicide Statistics
Employee Confidentiality Agreement Template
Guide to Respectful Interaction with Crime Victims
Is Your Advocacy for Battered Women Serving the System or Creating Social Change?
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Template
Myths and Facts About Domestic Violence
Policy and Procedure Sample Template
Safety Plan Checklist for Court Appearances
Sample Shelter Visitor Confidentiality Agreement
Sample Transitional Housing Policy
Sexual Assault Fact Sheet
Stalking Fact Sheet
Summary of Current Theories Explaining Domestic Violence
Why She Stays
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