In Focus On Offenders Kevin Reed describes in striking detail why the fight against domestic violence has stalled over the last decade. He takes you inside the criminal justice system for a never before seen look at how offenders manipulate the system and victims in order to get away with domestic abuse. He then provides a simple plan that cities, counties, and towns of all sizes can use to reduce domestic violence. He demonstrates how loopholes in the system can be closed and how activists can quickly zero in on the primary groups responsible for domestic violence to combat the problem at the source. [THE KINDLE VERSION OF THIS BOOK CAN BE DOWNLOADED FOR FREE ON AMAZON ON THE 15TH OF EACH MONTH.]About the Author:
Judicial Commissioner Kevin Reed is a magistrate of the General Sessions Criminal Court of Shelby County, Tennessee. As a magistrate, he is primarily responsible for setting bonds, reviewing warrants, and presiding over preliminary hearings and petitions for orders of protection in domestic abuse cases. He has worked with victims and offenders of domestic violence for over fifteen years. He received a BS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a JD from Howard University School of Law. His articles on domestic violence have been published by the Washington Post and the Commercial Appeal.
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