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Exit Criteria for Batterer Programs/Characteristics of Domestic Violence Court Cases

Description: This study employed a background questionnaire developed to assess the social history of men appearing in court for domestic violence, and used focus groups with batterer counselors and battered women's advocates to develop and test criteria for discharging men from batterer programs. 
 
Goal: to identify the characteristics of men arrested for domestic violence and develop criteria for discharging batterers from court-mandated counseling.

Principal Investigator: Edward Gondolf

Source of funding: Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) via Domestic Abuse Counseling Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Type of Study: Research
Effort: 16%
Contract length: 3 years (annual renewal)
Period: November 1993 to October 1996
Total Amount: $28,000 services (no benefits)

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