Approaches to Making Military-Civilian Domestic Violence Collaborations Work: Lessons Learned From Two Case Studies

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Family violence -- United States, Soldiers -- Family relationships -- United States, Civil-military relations -- United States -- Case studies


To prevent and respond to domestic violence by or against service members, the military hopes to form and strengthen collaborative relationships between installations and neighboring communities. The authors present findings from two case studies of military-civilian collaboration and offer suggestions for forming and strengthening these relationships.


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