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Literature Review on Domestic Violence Perpetrators
























URBIS STAFF RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS REPORT WERE:



Director

Claire Grealy, Alison Wallace

Associate Director

Dr Ania Wilczynski

Senior Consultant

Dr Sally Lai, Dr Tiffany Bodiam

Consultant

Ben Dowler

Group Support

Lynda Jones

Job Code

SSP12611

Report Number

Final Literature Review

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Acronyms and Abbreviations 5

1Introduction 8

1.1Purpose of the literature review 8

1.2Definitions 8

1.2.1Domestic and family violence 8

1.2.2Sexual assault 9

1.3Definition of domestic violence and sexual assault programs 9

1.4Searches conducted for the literature review 9

1.5perpetrators and offenders 11



2Prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in Australia 12

1.1Introduction 12

2.1Data limitations 12

2.1.1Definitions of domestic violence and sexual assault 12

2.1.2Under-reporting 12

2.1.3Data on victims and perpetrators characteristics 13

2.2Domestic violence 13

2.2.1Personal safety data 13

2.2.2Criminal justice statistics 14

2.3Sexual Assault 14

2.3.1Personal safety data 14

2.3.2Criminal justice statistics 14

1.2Conclusion 15

3Research on domestic and sexual violence perpetrator intervention programs 16

3.1Overview 16

3.2Evaluation Research methodology and issues 17

3.2.1Experimental designs 17

3.2.2Quasi-experimental designs 18

3.2.3Implications 18

3.3Domestic violence Perpetrator Intervention programs and effectiveness 18

3.3.1Domestic violence perpetrator intervention programs 18

3.3.2Program evaluation and effectiveness 20

3.4Sexual assault offender intervention programs and their effectiveness 23

3.4.1Sexual assault offender intervention programs 23

3.4.2Program evaluation and effectiveness 24

3.5Challenges in establishing the effectiveness of domestic and sexual violence offender intervention programs 26

3.6Program standards 27

3.7Summary of findings on intervention program effectiveness 29

4Research priorities and directions 31

4.1Improving the quality of research 31



4.2Future research opportunities 31

5References 33


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Acronyms and Abbreviations


ABS

Australian Bureau of Statistics

ACT

Australian Capital Territory

CBT

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

CODC

Collaborative Outcome Data Committee

CORE

CUBIT Outreach

CUBIT

Custody-Based Intensive Treatment

DAIP

Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

GLM

Good Lives Model

IVAWS

International Violence Against Women Survey

MBCP

Men’s Behavioure Change Programs

NCRVWC

National Council to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children

NSW

New South Wales

NT

Northern Territory

NTV

No To Violence

RNR

Risk, need, responsivity

SA

South Australia

SOP

Sex Offender Program

SOTP

Sex Offender Treatment Program

SOTU

Sex Offender Treatment Unit

WA

Western Australia


















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