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n SA Crime Quarterly - The enthusiasm gap : policing domestic violence

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Abstract

Those monitoring the Domestic Violence Act generally conclude that it is poorly understood and badly implemented by officials in the criminal justice system. But a project aimed at understanding how ordinary cops police South Africa's streets concludes that part of the problem with this conclusion is a failure to grasp the real limitations - legal, logistical and emotional - under which policing operates. These limitations, combined with the sheer volume of cases, affect the way in which ordinary officers handle these incidents.

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2005-06-01
2016-12-06
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