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In the fall of 1995, the City of Phoenix Police Department convened a special group of people known to be deeply involved with the social and personal aspects of domestic violence. This group, which came to be called the Phoenix

In the fall of 1995, the City of Phoenix Police Department convened a special group of people known to be deeply involved with the social and personal aspects of domestic violence. This group, which came to be called the Phoenix Police Department's Joint Task Force on Domestic Violence, consisted of police and criminal justice personnel, social service and health care providers, and a number of interested community members. Task Force members soon began earnest discussions on how best to reduce the incidence of domestic violence-a crime that is, sadly, the number one call for police service in the City of Phoenix.

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  • Hitting Home: Voices of Domestic Violence
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Date Created
1997
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      ASU 12.2:H 47
    Note
    • Prepared by the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, under contract with the Phoenix Police Dept.
    • Thanks go to all of the individuals and organizations who participated in this study and allowed their voices to be heard. Special thanks go to staff of the Phoenix Police Department, Sojourner Center,Southwest Behavioral Health Services, Justice Services, Inc., City of Phoenix, City Prosecutor’s Office, Maricopa County, Attorney General’s Office.
    • Copyright by the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University and its Morrison Institute for Public Policy

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