Violent crime within the family setting has been the subject of increasing concern over the past two decades or so. This report presents a review of the now extensive literature on the topic, furthering understanging of this type of crime and providing a basis for informed discussion of the ways in which it might be most effectively tackled. As well as describing the responses of the statutory and other agencies, the report also looks at the way in which these responses are viewed by victims.
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