Despite important advances in research, policy and practice over the last 30 years, domestic violence remains a significant problem in society. With gender exclusive policies and practices the norm, the field has typically been disregarded the detrimental effects of female perpetration of domestic violence a male victimization, especially recruiting the delivery of effective treatment intervention the high-risk groups. (Dutton and Corvo, 2005 Dutton and Corvo, 2006).
Preventative measures, including civil orders of protection against domestic violence victims, should be available to all victims without gender bias.
Accurate Information – Training, education, and public awareness programs must be based on information that is accurate, balanced, and research-based.
Civil Rights – Domestic violence policies must be respectful of constitutional protections and civil rights, including probable-cause before arrest and equal treatment under the law.
True Victims – The true victims of abuse deserve priority. False allegations must be stopped.
We provide shelter and support services for male victims of domestic violence and their children, if any.
To remain silent gives permission to be abused