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Domestic-violence restraining orders issued and active by type, US about 2008Repository:
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http://acrosswalls.org/datasets/
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Version: 1.0
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domestic-violence restraining orders, civil and criminal proceedings
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total restraining orders issued 1,711,466 summed from below
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total initial restraining orders issued 1,240,517
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total final restraining orders issued 470,949
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total restraining orders active 1,139,755
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orders issued per 1000 adults 7.3
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domestic violence restraining orders from civil proceedings
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restraining orders petitions 995,396 see "civil orders" sheet
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order characteristic parametersshareduration (weeks)
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initial orders granted/petitions90%3estimates based on state data
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final order granted/initial order33%156see punishment-us-dv-states
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issuedactive
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initial orders 895,856 51,684 calculated
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final orders 298,619 895,856
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all orders 1,194,475 947,540
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domestic violence restraining orders from criminal proceedings
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DV arrests 1,033,983 see "arrests" sheet
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shareduration (weeks)
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initial criminal orders/DV arrests33%3estimates based on state data (see also citations below); see
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final criminal orders/initial criminal orders50%52punishment-us-dv-states
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punishment-us-dv-ca (especially for order durations)
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issuedactive
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initial orders 344,661 19,884 calculated
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final orders 172,331 172,331
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all orders 516,992 192,215
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"In study of persons charged with DV felonies across U.S. in mid-2000, 47% were subject to a protection order upon pre-trial release"
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Smith, Erica L. (2008). State Court Processing of Domestic Violence Cases (Powerpoint presentation). U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
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Adults under conventional control of the criminal justice system in U.S. in 2008
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on probation4,244,046In survey of criminal domestic violence courts:
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on parole824,834"Nearly three-quarters (73%) of the
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in jail777,852courts surveyed similarly reported that the judge routinely issues a temporary criminal protection
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in prison1,522,834or restraining order at the first domestic violence court appearance and another 15% reported that
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another judge routinely issues such an order before the case reaches the domestic violence court."
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total under conventional special control (excluding double counting)7,274,600Labriola et al. (2009)
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resident adult population (18 and over)229,945,000
Labriola, M., S. Bradley, C. S. O'Sullivan, M. Rempel and S. Moore (2009). A National Portrait of Domestic Violence Courts. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice. C. f. C. I. (NY).
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adult shares:Miller (2004) p. 33:
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on probation or parole 2.2%"Although court orders of protection are commonly thought to refer to orders issued by the
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in jail or prison1.0%civil court, criminal courts have always had inherent authority to issue protection-like orders as
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under restraining order0.50%part of their orders relating to pretrial release and probation. This authority has been expanded
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to include parallel authority to issue formal orders of protection similar to those issued by the
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under restraining order/on probation or parole22%civil court as part of the court’s criminal law duties. Thus, a number of states now authorize, or
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under restraining orders/in jail or prison50%even mandate, the arraigning court to issue a criminal protective order as a condition of bail or
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other form of pretrial release. … Criminal court
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orders of protection may also be issued as part of the court’s sentence after conviction." {footnotes omitted}
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active restraining orders
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restraining-order prevalence (per 1000 adults) 4.96 also New York State Office (2000) p. 29
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no-contact share90%
New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (2000). Family Protection and Domestic Violence Intervention Act of 1994: evaluation of the mandatory arrest provisions; third interim report to the Governor and the Legislature.
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no-contact restraints (per 1000 adults) 4.46
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Statistic on persons under conventional control of the criminal justice system: Table 1 in
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historical comparison:
Glaze, Lauren E. (2010). Correctional Populations in the Unites States, 2009. Office of Justice Programs U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, available at http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=2316.
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1840 est. US pop. ages 15& over9,989,241
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est. prisoners held under separate/silent systems4000For separate/silence system prevalence, see
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silence prevalence (per 1000 adults)0.40prisoners-us-population-deaths-1820-43:"other tabulated dataset"
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population-us:"other pop states"
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