Volume 5/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2022
Intimate Partner Violence and Mental Health Outcomes Among Hispanic Women in the United States: A Scoping Review
Risk Factors for Severe Violence in Intimate Partner Stalking Situations: An Analysis of Police Record
Stalkers can be violent, and empirical studies have sought to identify factors associated with violence perpetrated by the stalker. Most of these works view physical violence as a homogeneous construct and do not differentiate between moderate and severe violence.
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Research suggests that DNA evidence from sexual assault medical forensic evidence kits (also known as rape kits) has the potential to influence the outcomes of prosecuting sexual assault (see, e.g., Campbell et al., 2009; Davis & Wells, 2019). However, the analysis of the relationship between DNA and these outcomes is limited.