On Friday, October 16, 2020, the Family Court Division and the Center for Education and Training hosted the 18th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference entitled: Coercive Control in Families and the Impact on Children.
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- National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Revised Chapter Four: Families and Children Model Code on Domestic Violence (December 30, 2022) (Discussing the importance of identifying and using coercive control as a factor in domestic violence custody determinations)
- Coercive Control: How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life (Interpersonal Violence)
- Development and Validation of a Coercive Control Measure for Intimate Partner Violence: Final Technical Report
- Goodman and Dutton’s Coercive Control Model
- Family Law Protections Training Materials
- IPV Coercion Measure
- Coercion in Intimate Partner Relationships (CPR): A Measure of Demands, Surveillance, Coercive Tactics, and Behavioral Response to Coercive Tactics
- Battering or Extreme Cruelty Drawing Examples from Civil Protection Order and Family Law Cases (September 12, 2015)
- SJI and Judicial Training Materials
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