Created on January 1 2013
For summary of RO studies reported in this page see: Maxwell, C. D., & Robinson, A. (2013). Can Interventions Reduce Recidivism and Revictimization Following Adult Intimate Partner Violence Incidents? In Board on Global Health - Board on Children - Youth and Families (Ed.), Evidence for Violence Prevention Across the Lifespan and Around the World-A Workshop, Forum on Global Violence Prevention, Institute of Medicine. The Keck Center, Washington, DC, USA: National Academy of Sciences.
Albright, D., Broidy, L., Wadsworth, T., & Denman, K. (2008). Deterring Domestic Violence: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Arrest and Protective Orders. Albuquerque, New Mexico: New Mexico Statistical Analysis Center, Institute for Social Research, University of New Mexico.
Berk, R. A., Berk, S. F., Loseke, D. R., & Rauma, D. (1983). Mutual combat and other family violence myths. In D. Finkelhor, R. J. Gelles, G. T. Hotaling & M. A. Straus (Eds.), The Dark Side of Families: Current Family Violence Research (pp. 197-212). Newbury Park, Calf: Sage Publications.
Harrell, A. V., & Smith, B. E. (1996). Effects of restraining orders on domestic violence victims. In E. S. Buzawa & C. G. Buzawa (Eds.), Do Arrests and Restraining Orders Work? (pp. 213-242). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Holt, V. L., Kernic, M. A., Wolf, M. E., & Rivara, F. P. (2003). Do protection orders affect the likelihood of future partner violence and injury. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 24(1), 16-21.
Holt, V. L., Kernie, M. A., Lumley, T., Wolf, M. E., Rivara, & P., F. (2002). Civil protection orders and risk of subsequent police-reported violence. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 288(5), 589-594.
Jordan, C. E., Pritchard, A. J., Duckett, D., & Charnigo, R. (2010). Criminal offending among respondents to protective orders: Crime types and patterns that predict victim risk. Violence Against Women, 16(12), 1396-1411.
Klein, A. R. (1996). Re-abuse in a populiaton of court-restrained male batterers: why restraining orders don't work. In E. S. Buzawa & C. G. Buzawa (Eds.), Do Arrests and Restraining Orders Work? (pp. 192-213). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Kothari, C. L., Rhodes, K. V., Wiley, J. A., Fink, J., Overholt, S., Dichter, M. E., et al. (2012). Protection orders protect against assault and injury: A longitudinal study of police-involved women victims of intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27(14), 2845-2868.
McFarlane, J., Malecha, A., Gist, J., Watson, K., Batten, E., Hall, I., et al. (2004). Protection orders and intimate partner violence: An 18 month study of 150 Black, Hispanic, and White women. American Journal of Public Health, 94(401), 613-618.