Source: Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2012 – Statistical Tables1.3 MILLION NONFATAL VIOLENT CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN 2012, UNCHANGED FROM 2011 Part of the Crime Against People with Disabilities Series 2/25/2014 NCJ 244525 Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2011 – Statistical Tables Presents estimates of nonfatal violent victimization (rape,…

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Disabilities, 2009–2012 – Statistical Tables Http://Www.Bjs.Gov/Index.Cfm?Ty=Pbdetail&Iid=4884 Erika Harrell, Ph.D. February 25, 2014    Ncj 244525 Presents Estimates Of Nonfatal Violent Victimization (Rape, Sexual Assault, Robbery, Aggravated And Simple Assault) Against Persons Age 12 Or Older With Disabilities From 2009 To 2012.  Findings Are Based On The National Crime Victimization Survey (Ncvs). The Report Compares The…

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http://www.thehotline.org/help/deaf-services/  ”Data from an eight-year survey of college students at Rochester Institute of Technology indicates that Deaf and hard of hearing individuals are 1.5 times more likely to be victims of relationship violence including sexual harassment, sexual assault, psychological abuse and physical abuse in their lifetime.” Abuse In the Community Deaf victims of domestic violence…

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http://www.barrygoldstein.net/important-articles/using-the-sander-s-report-part-two “….The Saunders’ study establishes that the custody courts are getting an intolerably high percentage of domestic violence custody cases wrong and this will continue as long as the courts rely on evaluators and other professionals who do not have the specific domestic violence training they need and refuse to use the expertise that could…

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http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publishing/cdv_enewsletter/custodyandincest.authcheckdam.pdf  By Joan Zorza, J.D.   FREQUENCY OF INCEST, PARTICULARLY WHEN THERE IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: ”…One study has found that some form of child abuse occurs in 30-60% of families where domestic violence is present, and that the occurrence rate is much higher when it is the father abusing the mother. The same study reports…

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Joan S. MeierGeorge Washington University Law School , Washington, DCJournal of Child CustodyVolume 6, Issue 3-4, 2009, pages 232- 257Published online: 18 Aug 2009DOI: 10.1080/15379410903084681 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15379410903084681#/doi/full/10.1080/15379410903084681 “Claims of parental alienation syndrome (PAS) and parental alienation (PA) have come to dominate custody litigation, especially where abuse is alleged. Although much psychological and legal literature has critiqued…

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http://pasisascam.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/gender-biased-and-punitive-why-abusers-get-away-with-claiming-parental-alienation/ Why Abusers Get Away With Claiming “Parental Alienation” “Gender Biased and Punitive: Why Abusers Get Away With Claiming “Parental Alienation” The late Richard Gardner developed the theory of parental alienation syndrome (PAS) after claiming that one parent alienated the children from the other parent in 90% of his divorcing patients. Though claiming that the…

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Blog Article on PAS: http://thetruthaboutthefamilycourt.blogspot.com/2010/07/theres-nothing-friendly-about-abuse.html “It’s a statistic so unbelievable that it’s difficult to wrap your head around: A research review by lawyer and domestic violence expert Joan Zorza found that in about half of the 100,000 contested child custody cases each year in the United States, custody goes to the father – even though…

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October 31, 2011 https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/238891.pdf “The most common areas of knowledge across professional groups were children’s exposure to domestic violence and prevalence of domestic violence. The least common areas—especially among judges, evaluators, and private attorneys—were knowledge of post-separation violence, screening for domestic violence, and assessing dangerousness (although the majority still acquired knowledge in these areas). Domestic…

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