The Role Of Law Enforcement In Domestic Battery And Domestic Violence | David J. Shestokas

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Police Action in Domestic Violence Situations Family arguments can escalate to dangerous levels and lead to a 911 call. Often, the caller hopes the police will intervene to calm down the situation. Police officers are not counselors, or social workers, and should not be employed as such. Police arriving at the scene of an alleged domestic battery cannot know how volatile the situation is at that moment, or was prior to their arrival. The officers have standard procedures to follow: separating the parties, conducting interviews, observing the scene, checking for injuries, providing information specific to domestic violence and more. However, nearly always someone will be arrested. Police are not Mediators or Counselors Police officers cannot know what may happen if they leave the parties together. A situation may have cooled down during the time it takes for a 911 response. <br>visit http://dld.bz/dmEbJ

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