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 Reduce Unintended Consequences and Disparity of Impact, March 2017

Maren Woods, Amalfi Parker, Bree Adams Bill and Tina Olson

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Supporting Safety Together: Assessing Child Protective Services Response to Battering, February 2017

Maren Woods, Rose Thelen and Jessica Nelson

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 Need to Re-Invigorate Your Coordinated Community Response to Violence Against Women? January 2017

Maren Woods and Carmen Hubbs

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Assessing for Core Practices in Criminal Justice System Response to Domestic Violence: Using the Best Practice Assessment Guides to Analyze 911 & Patrol, October 2016

Maren Woods, Courtney Chasse, and Officer Katie Nash

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 Collaborating to Improve Outcomes for Battered Women and their Children: Announcing a New Toolkit for Assessing Child Protective Services Responses to the Co-Occurrence of Child Maltreatment and Battering, August 2016

Olga Trujillo, Rose Thelen and Jessica Nelson

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 Learning from Survivors: The Beginning, the Middle, and the End of Community Assessment Projects, May 2016

Olga Trujillo and Alex Wilson
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 Utilizing Community Assessment to Improve Responses to Sexual Assault, April 2016

Kerry Beldin, John Beyer, Mike Colyier and Olga Trujillo
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 Learning from Text Analysis: Case files, forms and checklists, March 2016

Olga Trujillo and Casey McGee
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 Improving Responses to Native Women: Acknowledging, addressing, and reforming the ways institutional responses to violence against women can increase disparate outcomes, February 2016

Olga Trujillo and Rebecca St. George
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 Retooling Your Coordinated Community Response: How Institutional Analysis can transform your approach to system reform, January 2016

Olga Trujillo and Casey McGee
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 Implications for Local Response: Lessons Learned from the Wright County Experience, December 2015

Olga Trujillo, Rose Thelen
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 Advocating for Enhancements to Child Protective Services Response to Battering, November 2015

Olga Trujillo, Rose Thelen and Maren Woods
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 Using Community Assessment in Tribal Communities, October 2015

Jolene Engelking, Denise Eng and Jeremy Nevilles-Sorell
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 Using the BPA Guides to Analyze Prosecution Response to Battering, September 2015 

Olga Trujillo, Courtney Chasse, Trish Meyer, Drew Moore, and Judi Nelson
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 The Official Record of Violence: Strategies for Case File Review, August 2015

Olga Trujillo, Rhonda Martinson, Casey McGee, and Maren Woods
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 An Introduction to the Domestic Violence Best Practice Assessment Guide, July 2015

Olga Trujillo, Courtney Chase, Suzie Kramer-Brenna, Trish Meyer, Katie Nash, and Maren Woods
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 What does it mean that the audit is “grounded” in the lived experiences of survivors, June 2015

Lucy Pope, Kristin Weber, Jane Sadusky, Maren Woods
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 The Audit Coordinator and the Team, April 2015

Lucy Pope, Rhonda Martinson, Denise Eng
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 Retooling your Coordinated Community Response: How Institutional Analysis can Transform Your Approach to System Reform, March 2015

Kristine King, Rhonda Martinson, Det. Laura Sharp, and Maren Woods
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 Applying the Institutional Analysis Model to Sexual Assault Criminal Cases, November 2014

Olga Trujillo and Lucy Pope
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 Top 10 Tips for Conducting Interviews and Observations, October 2014

Sarah Morrison and Lucy Pope
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 Presenting the Case: Best Practices in Prosecution Charging Decisions, September 2014

Rhonda Martinson and Maren Woods
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 Building the Domestic Violence Case: Best Practices in Patrol and Investigation, August 2014

Lucy Pope and John Beyer
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 Learning from Survivors: Focus Groups and Other Tools, June 2014

Olga Trujillo
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 How the Saint Paul Safety Audit Led to the Blueprint for Safety, May 2014

Jane Sadusky, Bree Adams Bill, Amy Brown, Shelley Cline
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 Improving Responses to African American Battered Women Who Have Used Violence, February 2014

Jane Sadusky and Amalfi Parker
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 Improving Responses to the Sexual Assault of Native Women, January 2014

Jane Sadusky and Rebecca St. George
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 Presenting the Domestic Violence Case: Best Practices in Prosecution Charging Decisions, October 2013

Jane Sadusky and Rhonda Martinson
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 Building the Domestic Violence Case: Best Practice in Patrol and Investigation, August 2013

Jane Sadusky and John Beyer
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 The 911 Call: The Critical Starting Point, June 2013

Jane Sadusky and Emily Debroux
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 Community Highlight: Analyzing Case Files and Documents to Identify Gaps in Your System’s Response, April 2013

Denise Eng and Cheryl Phillips
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 What is “Community Assessment” and How Can it Benefit my Community? March 2013

Jane Sadusky
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 Assessing for Racial Disparity in Your Community’s Response to Domestic Violence, October 2012

Kristin Weber, Cheryl Beardslee and Lucy Pope

 

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 Assessing Multiple Agencies in a Community, September 2012

Jane Sadusky and Jen Maile

 

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 Findings, Recommendations and Implementation, August 2012

Jane Sadusky and Sue Parrot

 

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 Collecting Data: Interviews, Observations and Analyzing Case Files, June 2012

Jane Sadusky and Amanda McCormick

 

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 How Do We Measure Up? Using the Best Practice Assessment Tools to Create Systems Change, Part 2, May 2012

Jane Sadusky and Rhonda Martinson

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 Accounting for the Complexities of Life and Social Standing, April 2012

Jane Sadusky and Alex Wilson

 

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 How Do We Measure Up? Using the Best Practice Assessment Tools to Create Systems Change, Part 1, March 2012

Jane Sadusky and Rhonda Martinson, Aequitas

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 Managing an Interagency Analysis Process, February 2012

Jane Saduksy, Praxis Safety and Accountability Audit consultant and Tonya Von Tol, Winona, MN Blueprint  Coordinator

 

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 The Logistics of Community Assessments, December 2011

Denise Eng, Safety and Accountability Audit Coordinator and Jane Sadusky, Praxis Safety and Accountability Audit consultant

 

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 The Ohio Demonstration Custody Audit Report, December 2010

Lucy Pope, Praxis Technical Assistance Partner, Pam Hayman Weiner, Legal Aid of Western Ohio, and Gabby Davis, Battered Women’s Justice Project

 

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 Safety Audits in Rural Communities, November 2010

Jen Maile, Jackson County Council Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Melissa Scaia, Advocates for Family Peace, Pam Weaner, Legal Aid of Western Ohio

 

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 Conducting Multi-Agency Audits: Defining the Scope of Your Audit and Developing Your Audit Question,November 2010

Sue Parrott, Bellingham-Whatcom County Commission Against Domestic Violence, Jennifer Rose, co-director Safe Havens Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Demonstration Initiative of Santa Clara, Pam Weaner, legal aid lawyer and local audit coordinator for Ohio audit.

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 Self-assessment, May 2010

Denise Eng, Rhonda Martinson and Jane Sadusky

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 For Audit Coordinators, October 2007

Overview of a Safety and Accountability Audit, Kristine Lizdas

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Working Definitions, Ellen Pence

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Thinking and Acting Like an Auditor, Trish Erwin

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Data Collection and Analysis, Jane Sadusky

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 For Audit Team Members, September 2007

Audit Question/Scope, Ellen Pence

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Preparing Your Community, Nancy Ferron

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The Role of the Audit Coordinator, Rhonda Martinson

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Articulating Your Findings, Ellen Pence and Jane Sadusky

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 Conducting Audit Focus Groups, Jane Sadusky

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The Safety and Accountability Audit Informational video
video_icon This 14-minute DVD features a description of the Audit process as well as feedback and testimony from criminal justice practitioners across the U.S. who have been a part of Audits in their communities.