Negotiating Domestic Violence: Police, Criminal Justice, and Victims

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Index
Ackroyd, S.,
and Harper, R., Hughes, J.A., Shapiro, D. and Soothill, K., 29
Ajzen, J.
and Fishbein, M., 80
arrest
discretion in, 54, 55, 63-4, 65-101, 107-44, 147, 153
evidence of offence leading to, 97-9, 104, 106, 107-12, 115, 113, 131-3, 135, 136, 139, 212
influence of alcohol on decision to, 77, 115, 119, 133, 150
mandatory/pro, 6, 10, 206-7, 211, 215-7, 218, 220-5, 229
offence seriousness leading to, 112-14, 122, 130, 134
risk of further violence contributing towards, 113, 114, 118-20, 130, 132, 134-5
suspect's demeanour leading to, 21, 105, 114-18, 120, 131, 133-4, 136-7, 140
Baldwin, J., 162
and Kinsey, R., 15
Banton, M., 16, 66, 83
Barron, J.
and Harwin, N. and Singh, T, 216, 223
Bayley, D.
and Bittner, E., 89, 105
Berk, S.E.
and Loseke, D.R., 94, 121
Binney, V
and Harkell, G., and Nixon, J,3, 4, 69, 78, 199
Bittner, E., 10, 16, 89, 98, 137, 139, 143, 212
Black, D.J., 70, 79, 80, 118
Bordua, D.J.
and Reiss, A.J., 139
Bottomley, A.
and Coleman, C., 61
Bowker, L,3, 189
breach of the peace, 97-9, 108, 116-18, 136, 138, 148, 151 see also law as a resource
Brogden, M
and Jefferson, T. and Walklate, S., 15
Brown, D., 13
and Ellis, T., 13, 137
Brown, I.
and Williams, K., 226
Brown, S.E., 3
Brownlee, I.D., 197
Burgess, R., 44
Bush, T.
and Hood-Williams, J., 188, 189
Buzawa, E.
and Buzawa, C., 10, 114, 115, 118, 121, 217, 218, 224
Cain, M., 23, 67, 96
Carlson, B.E., 183
Carroll, J., 186
case construction, 19, 23, 36, 49, 50, 80, 107-8, 111-12, 163-5, 176, 181, 212
Chan, J., 12, 74, 83, 84, 85, 88
Chatterton, M., 4, 17, 69
Choongh, S., 114, 140, 141
civil law, 221-2
compellability rule, 125, 152, 158-9, 163, 168-9, 171-5, 182, 184, 213
Cooney, M., 109
Cretney, A.
and Davis, G., 112, 122, 154, 155, 158, 160, 164, 165, 168, 172, 173, 175, 178, 183, 191, 219
Crisp, D.
and Moxon, D., 155, 163, 177
Crown Prosecution Service, 1, 8, 14, 23-6, 28-9, 31, 38, 47, 48, 93, 99, 113, 125, 146-81, 182-3, 203-4, 211, 213-6, 218, 220, 224-5, 228
charge bargaining, 4, 104, 127, 159, 161, 162
evidential criteria, 156, 160, 179, 221

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