History of the Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee: 1987-2000
online resourceposted on 2006-06-08, 16:15 authored by Erin Lane, Graham Farrell, Joan Lucera
This chapter describes the emergence of an entity dedicated to improving inter-agency coordination in domestic violence service delivery, the Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee (DVCC), then charts its work and activity level from its formation in 1987 to the time this research was conducted in 2000. In addition to an overview of the history of the DVCC, this chapter includes a discussion of the factors found pertinent for success and failure of DVCC, and a concluding section where these themes are drawn into an analytical framework. Special attention is given to the role of the police department and its relationships over time with the DVCC and with the individual agencies in the domestic violence service community.
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- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
CitationLANE, FARRELL and LUCERA, 2003. History of The Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee 1987-2000. IN: Lane, Lucera and Boba, (Eds.) Inter-Agency Response to Domestic Violence in a Mid-Size City. Washington D.C.: COPS Office, Department of Justice.
Publisher© COPS Office, Department of Justice, Washington D.C.
NotesThis report was prepared for the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Award #98DVWXK015.