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The Military Culture and Domestic Violence Teleconference Series

Domestic Violence in the Military II: Family Law Litigation – January 26, 2006


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE MILITARY II: FAMILY LAW LITIGATION – TELECONFERENCE OUTLINE OF DISCUSSION, Christine Zeller Church and Debby Tucker, Legal Assistance Providers’ Technical Outreach Project, January 26, 2006.

 
IMPACT ON TROOPS AND FAMILIES, excerpted from 2004 National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Connie Sponsler-Garcia, Battered Women’s Justice Project, and Debby Tucker, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, 2004.

 
MILITARY DIVORCES: MAINTAINING BENEFITS, HOW TO AVOID MALPRACTICE, excerpted from Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

 
RESTRICTED REPORTING POLICY FOR INCIDENTS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE, Andrew England, U.S. Department of Defense, Washington, DC: January 22, 2006.

 
SUMMARY OF MILITARY BENEFITS, Judge Advocate General’s School, U.S. Army, Charlottesville, VA.

 
SUPPORT THE TROOPS AND THEIR FAMILIES – RESPONDING TO DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN THE MILITARY, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, and Battered Women’s Justice Project, November 2004.

 
TRAVEL/TRANSPORTATION/HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVE ICO, U.S. Department of Navy, Washington, DC.

 
TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION FOR DEPENDENTS RELOCATING FOR REASONS OF PERSONAL SAFETY (MAP 55-03 – FY 04 DAA), S.W. Westbrook, Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee, U.S. Department of Defense, Alexandria, VA: February 24, 2004.

 
UNDERSTANDING MILITARY CULTURE, excerpted from the 2004 National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Connie Sponsler-Garcia, Battered Women’s Justice Project, and Debby Tucker, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, 2004.

 
WEBSITES RELATED TO MILITARY FAMILY LAW ISSUES, compiled by Christine Zeller Church, 2005.

 
The Military Culture and System of Response to Domestic Violence: A Context for Advocacy and Representation of Victims Seeking Orders of Protection – July 21, 2005

CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY FOR VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT (JTF-SAPR-0090), Paul Wolfowitz, U.S. Department of Defense, March 16, 2005 [Attachment 11].

 
DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAM, David S. C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, February 17, 2005 [Attachment 9].

 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES, compiled by the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, February 4, 2006 [Attachment 13].

 
ESTABLISHING PROTOCOLS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COMMAND RESPONSES TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INVOLVING MILITARY MEMBERS ON ACTIVE DUTY, David S. C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, October 22, 2004 [Attachment 7].

 
IMPACT ON TROOPS AND FAMILIES, excerpted from 2004 National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Connie Sponsler-Garcia, Battered Women’s Justice Project, and Debby Tucker, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, 2004 [Attachment 4].

 
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ARMED FORCES DOMESTIC SECURITY ACT, David S. C. Chu, U.S. Department of Defense, November 10, 2003 [Attachment 5].

 
MAZE MAP, Battered Women’s Justice Project and Praxis International, May 2005 [Attachment 14].

 
THE MILITARY CULTURE AND SYSTEM OF RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A CONTEXT FOR ADVOCACY AND REPRESENTATION OF VICTIMS SEEKING ORDERS OF PROTECTION – TELECONFERENCE OUTLINE OF DISCUSSION, Mercedes Lorduy, JD, and Debby Tucker, Legal Assistance Providers’ Technical Outreach Project, July 21, 2005.

 
THE MILITARY CULTURE AND SYSTEM OF RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A CONTEXT FOR ADVOCACY AND REPRESENTATION OF VICTIMS SEEKING ORDERS OF PROTECTION – TELECONFERENCE REFERENCE LIST, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, Legal Assistance Providers’ Technical Outreach Project, July 21, 2005.

 
MILITARY POWER AND CONTROL WHEEL, adapted from the Power and Control Wheel developed by the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, Duluth, MN [Attachment 3].

 
MILITARY PROTECTIVE ORDER –DD FORM 2873, U.S. Department of Defense, July 2004 [Attachment 6].

 
RECOMMENDED RESOURCES ON MILITARY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, compiled by the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, July 2005 [Attachment 12].

 
UNDERSTANDING MILITARY CULTURE, excerpted from the 2004 National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Connie Sponsler-Garcia, Battered Women’s Justice Project, and Debby Tucker, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, 2004 [Attachment 1].

 
UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE ARTICLES RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, compiled by the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, May 2005 [Attachment 8].

 
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ENLISTED RANK INSIGNIA, U.S. Department of Defense, [Attachment 2a].

 
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY OFFICER RANK INSIGNIA, U.S. Department of Defense, [Attachment 2b].

 
VICTIM ADVOCATE SAFETY PLAN – DD FORM 2893, U.S. Department of Defense, March 2005 [Attachment 10].  

 


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