History of Work on Domestic Violence

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Professor Larry Sherman discusses his research on domestic violence and the effect that arresting the perpetrator has on repeat offending. A study done in Minneapolis in 1981 showed that arresting domestic abusers significantly reduced the likelihood of repeat offense. But further research revealed contradictory results, but these findings have been ignored by lawmakers.

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