Part of Improvement Plan

In 2001, the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) instituted a plan to introduce advanced practices in domestic violence response and homicide reduction to the Maryland domestic violence community and allied partners, particularly law enforcement. After addressing two areas—strangulation and stalking—MNADV proceeded simultaneously on the planned subjects of domestic violence fatality review and lethality assessment to directly address the problem of intimate partner homicide with retrospective and proactive approaches.

See Development of the LAP for in-depth information about the development committee, goals, field test and implementation.


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