03/28/2008

Richard Davis, ALMUnderstanding Domestic Violence
with Richard Davis, ALM

Mandatory arrest: References

References from Richard Davis' article Mandatory arrest: A flawed policy based on a false premise

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Davis, R.L. (2008). “Domestic Violence: Intervention, Prevention, Policies, and Solutions,” CRC Press: Taylor & Francis Dugan, L., Nagin, D.S., & Rosenfeld, R. (2003).

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About the author

Richard L. Davis completed studies in criminal justice management at LaSalle University. He has a graduate degree in criminal justice from Anna Maria College, and another in liberal arts with a concentration in history from Harvard University.

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