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Related POP Projects

Important! The quality and focus of these submissions vary considerably. With the exception of those submissions selected as winners or finalists, these documents are unedited and are reproduced in the condition in which they were submitted. They may nevertheless contain useful information or may report innovative projects.

Durham MATAC: Reducing Harm in the Medium-risk Cohort of Domestic Abuse Offenders, Durham Constabulary (United Kingdom), Goldstein Award Finalist

Station Pointe Domestic Violence Reduction Plan, Mansfield Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 2020

Reducing Domestic Violence, Chula Vista Police Department (California, USA), 2018, Goldstein Award Winner

Project R.A.I.S.E. (Risk, Assessment, Intervention, Safety, and Engagement), Arlington Police Department (Texas, USA), 2018

Intimate Partner Violence Intervention, High Point Police Department (North Carolina, USA), 2016, Goldstein Award Winner

Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative, Hollywood Police Department (Florida, USA), 2016

A Prevention First Response to Men Perpetrating Family Violence in North Canterbury, New Zealand, New Zealand Police, 2016, Goldstein Award Finalist

Finding Hope: Bringing Transformation to Families of Domestic Violence, Citrus Heights Police Department (California, USA), 2011

CMHAPD Police Assisted Referral Program, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority Police Department (Ohio, USA), 2011

Family Violence Reduction Project, West Columbia Police Department (South Carolina, USA), 2008

Foyle Domestic Violence Protocol, Foyle District Command Police (Londonderry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom), 2007

Know Your Role, Cleveland Police (Middlesbrough, United Kingdom), 2007

Community Advocacy, White Plains Department of Public Safety (New York, USA), 2005

Domestic Violence Family Justice Center, San Diego Police Department (California, USA), 2003

Baker One Domestic Violence Intervention Project, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina, USA), 2002, Goldstein Award Finalist

Aiming to Reduce Repeat Victimisation for Domestic Violence, Lancashire Constabulary (United Kingdom), 2000

Increasing Reporting of Domestic Violence, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary (Exeter, United Kingdom), 1999

Police Response to Incidents of Domestic Emergencies (PRIDE), Newport News Police Department (Virginia, USA), 1998, Goldstein Award Finalist 

Domestic Conflict Unit, Calgary Police Service (Alberta, Canada), 1998

Project Recover, Illinois State Police (USA), 1998

Domestic Violence Re-victimization Prevention, Fremont Police Department (Calfornia, USA), 1997, Goldstein Award Finalist

Hollywood Area Domestic Violence, Los Angeles Police Department (California, USA), 1996

Chronic Domestic Disturbance, Port St. Lucie Police Department (Florida, USA), 1995

Family Violence Followup Teams, Edmonton Police Service (Alberta, Canada), 1994, Goldstein Award Finalist 

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