Increased death rates of domestic violence victims from arresting vs. warning suspects in the Milwaukee Domestic Violence Experiment (MilDVE)

Professor Lawrence Sherman and and Heather M. Harris have been in the news regarding their findings in increased death rates of domestic violence victims, who were arrested versus given warnings.

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For more information about the discussion see:

The Times : ‘Stress of partner’s arrest may harm abused women’

TIME : ‘When Not to Arrest an Abuser in a Domestic Violence Case’

National Post : ‘Shocking example of unintended consequences: Mandatory domestic violence arrests raise death rate 400%, study finds’

World Science : ‘Policy to protect domestic violence victims may be killing them’

Journal Sentinal : ‘ Study finds link between abuse victims' deaths, abuser arrests ’

Science News : ‘ Domestic violence arrests may be counterproductive ’

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Wisconsin Public Radio : Study Calls Into Question Mandatory Arrests After Domestic Violence

Wisconsin Public Radio: Domestic Violence Prevention Groups Say Mandatory Arrest Policy Helps

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