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Building Bridges Towards Safety and Accountability to End Domestic Violence Homicide

Abstract: 

The mission of the Maine Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel, authorized by legislation, is to engage in collaborative, multidisciplinary case review of domestic abuse related homicides for the purpose of developing recommendations for state and local government and other public and private entitites to improve the coordinated community response that will protect people from domestic abuse.

Barbara Hart, J.D., of the USM Muskie School of Public Service is a panel member and contributing advisor/editor of this report.

Suggested Citation: Maine Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel. (2014, April). Building bridges towards safety and accountability to end domestic violence homicide: The 10th report of the Maine Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel. Augusta, ME: The Panel.

Publication Type: 
Report
Publish Date: 
April 24, 2014
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URL: 
http://www.maine.gov/ag/dynld/documents/10th%20Biennnial%20Report%20-FINAL%204-23-14.pdf

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