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Project to develop a model anti-stalking code for states
|Statement||National Criminal Justice Association.|
|Series||Research report, NIJ research report.|
|Contributions||National Criminal Justice Association., National Institute of Justice (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||KF9324.5.Z95 P76 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||94149447|
An increased risk of post relationship stalking appears to be associated with dysfunctional relationship characteristics such as the experience of denigration, control, violence, and sexual : Anna Costanza Baldry. Interstate Stalking In Congress passed an anti-stalking law as part of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Under this law it is a federal felony to cross state lines to stalk or harass an individual if the conduct causes fear of serious bodily injury or death to the stalking victim or to the victim's immediate family members.
National Institute of Justice. (). Project to Develop a Model Anti-Stalking Code for States, Final Summary Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice. Schaum, Melita and . In order to help states rewrite these statutes to conform to constitutional requirements, the U.S. Department of Justice developed a model anti-stalking law in (Snow ). However, states do not have to adopt the model antistalking law, and therefore there are still problems with many state statutes and a ‘‘lack of uniformity’’ (p.
Anti-stalking laws are relatively new, and many have been passed due to an increase of media attention toward and advocacy on behalf of stalking and domestic violence countries have anti-stalking laws that criminalize ongoing malicious and willful following, harassing, or threatening of another addition to criminalizing certain behaviors, anti-stalking laws may offer. Stalking is unwanted and/or repeated surveillance by an individual or group toward another person. Stalking behaviors are interrelated to harassment and intimidation and may include following the victim in person or monitoring them. The term stalking is used with some differing definitions in psychiatry and psychology, as well as in some legal jurisdictions as a term for a criminal offense.
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Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, . funded project to develop a model anti-stalking code for the states. The model code development project was undertaken to satisfy §(b) of the U. Departments of Commerce, Justice, State, the Judiciary and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year (Pub.
1 National Criminal Justice Association, Project to Develop a Model Anti-Stalking Code for States, (Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, ). 2 The model legislation offered in this document is also applicable to territories and tribes. Model Anti Stalking Law.
country 's first anti stalking law, the federal government has also recognized the serious nature of stalking crimes and has addressed stalking on a national level.l38 InCongress delegated the task of creating a model anti stalking statute to the Attorney General In turn, the Attorney General delegated this task to the National Institute of Justice ("N.I.J.
Essay A Model Anti Stalking Code For States. country 's first anti stalking law, the federal government has also recognized the serious nature of stalking crimes and has addressed stalking on a national level.l38 InCongress delegated the task of creating a model anti stalking statute to the Attorney General In turn, the Attorney General delegated this task to the National Institute.
It was this concern over constitutionality that led Congress to mandate the formation of a special drafting committee to develop a model stalking code that would withstand any constitutional scrutiny. Laurie Salame, A National Survey of Stalking Laws: A Legislative Trend Comes to the Aid of Domestic Violence Victims and Others, 27 SUFFOLK U.
REV. 67, 85 (). NATIONAL INST. OF JUSTICE, PROJECT TO DEVELOP A MODEL ANTI-STALKING CODE FOR STATES: RESEARCH REPORT 13 () [hereinafter NIJ RESEARCH REPORT]; Silvija A.
develop a model anti-stalking code that would help states formulate laws to address the problem of stalking effectively. (See Appendix I for a copy of the model code.) Today, all fifty states, and the federal government, have stalking-related provisions in their criminal codes.
State anti-stalking laws vary from. See NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE, PROJECT TO DEVELOP A MODEL AN TISTALKING CODE FOR STATES () [hereinafter "N.I.J."J. See discussion infra Part III. 3 Gregson: California's Antistalking Statute Published by GGU Law Digital Commons, Some lower courts actually struck down these laws in a handful of states causing lawmakers in those states to re-draft their stalking statutes in order to cure such constitutional defects.
It was this concern over constitutionality that led Congress to mandate the formation of a special drafting committee to develop a model stalking code that. While there has been significant federal support for state and local agencies to adopt anti-stalking lawsSee, e.g., NATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATION, PROJECT TO DEVELOP A MODEL ANTI-STALKING CODE FOR STATES () [hereinafter MODEL ANTI-STALKING CODE].
and implement anti-stalking initiatives,BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, REGIONAL SEMINAR. assist the states in their efforts to draft constitutional stalking legislation, in Congress ordered the Attorney General to develop a model stalking law by Septem This Note will begin by examining the California stalking law as a model for other anti-stalking legislation.
Association's Project to Develop a Model Antistalking Code for States, contain the model antistalking code and recommendations for further action prepared by mem-bers of the model code resource group.3 Appendix D provides a selected bibliography of materials focusing on violence against women.
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Attinello, K.L. ‘Anti-Stalking Legislation: A Comparison of Traditional Remedies Available for Victims of Harassment versus California Penal Code Section (California Anti-Stalking Law)’, Pacific Law Journal, 24, 4.
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Historical Overview of the VAWA B. Seven Key Provisions of the VAWA of 1. Safe Streets for Women 2. Safe Homes for Women 3. Civil Rights for Women 4. Equal Justice. mandated Project to Develop a Model Anti-Stalking Code for States, a research report developed by the National Criminal Justice Association and published by NIJ, October (NCJ ).
proposed anti-stalking legislation in the states; second, develop model anti-stalking legisla- tion that is constitutional and enforceable; third, prepare and disseminate their findings to state authorities; and fourth, within a year of enactment of the act, report to Congress theAuthor: Richard A.
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Law Enforcement Quarterly, August-October, Psychiatric diagnosis and the of-fender–Victim typology of stalking The Psychology of Stalking.Stalking as a variant of domestic violence. Kurt JL(1).
Author information: (1)Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. Much of what is presently known about stalking in a domestic context has been depicted by the popular press, typically following a tragic outcome, and suggests that Cited by: