Asterisks (*) denote publications with Available Data.
Domestic Violence Publications
- Adler, R. and Owen, J. (2011). Relief from abuse orders in Vermont: Case processing 2004-2008. Vermont Center for Justice Research.
- Administrative Office of the Courts. (2009). California Courts Protective Order Registry: A branchwide infrastructure project.
- Brame, R., Kaukinen, C., Gover, A. R., and Lattimore, P. (2009). Impact of proactive enforcement of no-contact orders on victim safety and repeat victimization. NCJ 228003. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Dutton, M. A., Ammar, N., Orloff, L. and Terrell, D. (2007). Use and outcomes of protection orders by battered immigrant women. NCJ 218255. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Holt, V. L., Kernic, M. A., Lumley, T., Wolf, M. E., and Rivara, F. P. (2002). Civil protection orders and risk of subsequent police-reported violence. JAMA, 288 (5), 589 - 594.
- Kane, R. J. (2000). Police responses to restraining orders in domestic violence incidents: Identifying the custody-threshold thesis. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 27 (5), 561 - 580.
- Kantor, G. K. and Little, L. (2003). Defining the boundaries of child neglect: When does domestic violence equate with parental failure to protect? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (4), 338 - 355.
- *Keilitz, S., Efkeman, H. S., and Hannaford, P. L. (1997). Civil protection orders: The benefits and limitations for victims of domestic violence. NCJ 172223. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Linares, L. O., Groves, B. M., Greenberg, J., Bronfman, E., Augustyn, M., and Zuckerman, B. (1999). Restraining orders: A frequent marker of adverse maternal health. Pediatrics, 104 249 - 257.
- Logan, T., K. and Walker, R. (2011). Civil protective orders effective in stopping or reducing partner violence: Challenges remain in rural areas with access and enforcement. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire, Carsey Institute.
- Logan, T. K. and Walker, R. (2010). Civil protective order effectiveness: Justice or just a piece of paper? Violence and Victims, 25 (3), 332 - 348.
- Logan, T., K., Walker, R., Hoyt, W., and Faragher, T. (2009). The Kentucky civil protective order study: A rural and urban multiple perspective study of protective order violation consequences, responses, & costs. NCJ 228350. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- McFarlane, J., Malecha, A., Gist, J., Watson, K., Batten, E., Hall, I., and Smith, S. (2005). Protection orders and intimate partner violence: An 18-month study of 150 Black, Hispanic, and White women. American Journal of Public Health, 94 613 - 618.
- McFarlane, J., Malecha, A., Gist, J., Watson, K., Batten, E., Hall, I., and Smith, S. (2002). Intimate partner violence against immigrant women: Measuring the effectiveness of protection orders. American Journal of Family Law, 16 244 - 252.
- Public Safety and Advisory Board. (20011). The effectiveness of domestic abuse protective orders and court practices in sentencing violators.
- Rosen, L. N. and O'Sullivan, C. S. (2005). Outcomes of custody and visitation petitions when fathers are restrained by protection orders: The case of the New York family courts. Violence Against Women, 11 (8), 1054 - 1075.
- Ryan, R. and Petrzelka, P. (2004). Protective Order Enforcement Team (POET) evaluation. NCJ 203980. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Texas Women's University. (2003). Increasing victim safety and system accountability: Evaluating a collaborative intervention between health care and criminal justice. NCJ 201945. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Uekert, B., Peters, T., Romberger, W., Abraham, M., and Keilitz, S. (2006). Serving Limited English Proficient (LEP) battered women: A national survey of the courts' capacity to provide protection orders. NCJ 216072. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Zorza, J. (1999). What is wrong with multiple orders of protection? South Carolina Victim Assistance Network.