Pilot evaluation study- Domestic violence advocate co-location at two Queensland police stations: Final report

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Dragiewicz, Molly
Ackerman, Jeffrey
Cale, Casey
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2022
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This report presents findings from the evaluation of a pilot program placing advocates from the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre Gold Coast (DVPC), a domestic violence specialist support service, at the Southport and Coomera police stations two days a week from October 2020 to July 2021. The impetus for the pilot was anecdotal information from Queensland Police Service (QPS) and DVPC indicating that some domestic and family violence (DFV) victim/survivors1 had negative experiences when reporting domestic violence matters to police.

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Criminology
Causes and prevention of crime
Gender and crime
domestic violence
domestic and family violence
coercive control
policing
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Dragiewicz, M; Ackerman, J; Cale, C, Pilot evaluation study- Domestic violence advocate co-location at two Queensland police stations: Final report, 2022, pp. 1-41
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