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Attitude Towards Delayed Police Response For Domestic Violence Victims

Attitude Towards Delayed Police Response For Domestic Violence Victims is a single-item measure that captures the participant's belief that it would be acceptable for police to designate repeat domestic violence calls as a low priority (delayed police response).

Categories

Geographies Tested: United States of America

Populations Included: Female, Male

Age Range: Adolescents, Adults

Items:

1. It is okay for police officers to take longer to respond to a domestic violence situation in a home where they have previously counseled the victim to leave the batterer.

Response Options:
4-point Likert scale
Strongly disagree - 0
Strongly agree - 3

Scoring Procedures

Not Applicable

Original Citation

Policastro, C., & Payne, B. K. (2013). The Blameworthy Victim: Domestic Violence Myths and the Criminalization of Victimhood. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 22(4), 329-347. https://doi.org/10.1080/10926771.2013.775985

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Citation Frequency

Ease of Use Score

Formative Research

Qualitative Research

Existing Literature/Theoretical Framework

Field Expert Input

Cognitive Interviews / Pilot Testing

Reliability

Internal

Test-retest

Interrater

Validity

Content

Face

Criterion (gold-standard)

Construct

Ease of Use

Readability

Scoring Clarity

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