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B. Introduction – Appendix (I-1 through I-32)  

    

I   Appendix Cover
   
I-1    Memorandum of Understanding Among the Partners in the Military/Civilian Coordinated Community Response Demonstration Project, April 12, 2005
   
I-2 Domestic Violence in the Military, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
   
I-3 Principle Elements of Strategic Plan for More Effectively Addressing Domestic Violence Matters within the Department of Defense, Department of Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence, U.S. Department of Defense, 2003
   
I-4  Report Recommendations/Response/Status Matrix, Department of Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence, U.S. Department of Defense, 2003
   
I-5 Establishing Domestic Violence Memorandum of Understanding between Military and Local Civilian Officials, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, January 29, 2004
   
I-6 Developing a Memorandum of Understanding between an Installation and a Civilian Domestic Abuse Shelter, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, January 29, 2004
   
I-7  Developing a Memorandum of Understanding between the Installation Law Enforcement Office and Local Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, January 29, 2004
   
I-8 Developing a Memorandum of Understanding between the Installation Staff Judge Advocate and Local District Attorney’s Office, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, January 29, 2004
   
I-9 Domestic Violence in the Military – Implementing Collaborative MOUs, RAND Research Brief, RAND, 2003
   
I-10 Formalizing Collaboration – Establishing Domestic Violence Memorandums of Understanding between Military Installations and Civilian Communities, Laura J. Hickman and Lois M. Davis, Issue Paper, RAND, 2003
   
I-11 Policy #3 – Command Response to Incidents of Domestic Violence, Commanding General, Major General Thomas R. Turner, July 2004
   
I-12 Kentucky Domestic Violence Facts, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
   
I-13 Tennessee Domestic Violence Facts, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
   
I-14 Domestic Violence Safety and Accountability Audit Process Methodology, Praxis International
   
I-15 Training Agenda, Coordinating the Military & Civilian Response to Domestic Violence, May 18-19, 2005
   
I-16 Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Fatality Reviews, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, February 12, 2004
   
I-17 Notification of Department of Defense-Related Fatalities Due to Domestic Violence or  Child Abuse, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, March 4, 2005
   
I-18 Collateral Misconduct in Sexual Assault Cases, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, November 12, 2004
   
I-19 Increased Victim Support and a Better Accounting of Sexual Assault Cases, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, November 22, 2004
   
I-20 Review of Administrative Separation Actions Involving Victims of Sexual Assault, David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, November 22, 2004
   
I-21 Department of Defense (DoD) Definition of Sexual Assault (JTF-SAPR-006), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 13, 2004
   
I-22 Training Standards for DoD Personnel on Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (JTF-SAPR-006), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 13, 2004
   
I-23 Training Standards for Pre-Deployment Information on Sexual Assault and Response Training (JTF-SAPR-012), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 13, 2004
   
I-24 Commander Checklist for Responding to Allegations of Sexual Assault (JTF-SAPR-005), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 15, 2004
   
I-25  Training Standards for Sexual Assault Response Training (JTF-SAPR-011), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 17, 2004
   
I-26 Response Capability for Sexual Assault (JTF-SAPR-008), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 17, 2004
   
I-27 Collaboration with Civilian Authorities for Sexual Assault Victim Support (JTF-SAPR-010), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, December 17, 2004
   
I-28 Confidentiality Policy for Victims of Sexual Assault (JTF-SAPR-009), Paul Wolfowitz, U.S. Department of Defense, March 16, 2005
   
I-29 Essential Training Tasks for a Sexual Assault Response Capability (JTF-SAPR-013), David S.C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, April 26, 2005
   
I-30 Working from Inside and Outside Institutions: How Safety Audits Can Help Courts’ Decision Making Around Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment, Ellen Pence and Martha McMahon, Juvenile and Family Court Journal, National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Fall 2003
   
I-31 Continuum of Caring: Community Resource Clusters, Coordinated Community Response Demonstration Project, 2006
   
I-32 Military/Civilian Partnership Demonstration Project – Lessons Learned, Nicole E. Allen, PhD, August 10, 2006

       

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