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Csi 3334 - Data Structures

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Getting away with murder IV Intimate Partner Violence Deaths 2001 2002 The New Mexico Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team Getting Away with Murder Volume IV Intimate Partner Violence Deaths 2001 2002 The New Mexico Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team Compiled by Michael Bauer Cameron Crandall MD David Sklar MD Center for Injury Prevention Research and Education Department of Emergency Medicine School of Medicine University of New Mexico Executive Summary The New Mexico Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team was established in 1997 to review female homicide deaths resulting from domestic violence The findings of the first report Getting Away with Murder were published in 1998 and covered deaths occurring from 1993 to 1996 The second report Getting Away with Murder II was published in 1999 and included sexual assault homicide deaths as part of the review process The third volume surveyed the years 1999 and 2000 and unlike the previous years included male intimate partner violence IPV homicides This latest report Getting Away with Murder IV continues this effort for the period from 2001 and 2002 The New Mexico Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team is modeled on Child Fatality review teams which use a multi agency approach to examine potentially preventable deaths We use the term intimate partner violence rather than domestic violence DV because it more accurately defines the nature of the relationship between the victim and the perpetrator Intimate partners include individuals who are or were dating married or formerly married and include same sex and opposite sex partnerships The term IPV excludes violence between non intimate family members such as parents siblings and grandparents We used this model to investigate homicide deaths where the perpetrator was a former or current intimate partner The goals of the team included identifying factors that were associated with increased risk of lethality finding weaknesses in the systems that are



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