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by Marisa R. Randazzo, Ph.D. & Jeffrey J. Nolan

Whether you work in higher education, workplace safety, school safety, or threat assessment more generally, there are five core facts you should know about stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence in order to maintain safety in investigations where such behavior is suspected or known.  We identified these facts in our work helping colleges and universities ensure not only their compliance with Title IX and VAWA requirements (for investigating dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking) but also their ability to maintain campus safety during active investigations where a victim, witnesses, or even campus officials may be threatened or at risk.  We originally published these five core facts for a college/university audience, but are making it available here for anyone working on cases involving dating violence, domestic violence or stalking.  Click on the following link to access the publication:Five Facts Campus Officials Should Know about Dating/Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Threat Assessment