Domestic Violence

  • Prost, S. G., Saunders, D. G., & Oehme, K. (2020). Childhood family violence and officer responses to officer-involved domestic violence: Effects of cumulative and resolved trauma. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 1-14.

  • Harrison, S., Oehme, K., Maselli, E., Blackenship, L., & Onifade, E. (2017). Domestic violence screening: A national hotline survey. Family & Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, 9, 7-19.

  • Oehme, K., Prost, S., & Saunders, D. G. (2016). Police responses to cases of officer-involved domestic violence: The effects of a brief web-based training. Policing: A Journal of Policy & Practice, 10(4), 391-407. doi:

  • Saunders, D., Prost, S., & Oehme, K. (2016). Responses to cases of officer domestic violence: Effects of demographic and professional factors. Journal of Family Violence, 31(6), 771-784. doi:10.1007/s10896-016-9822-2

  • Oehme, K., & Prost, S. (2016). Preventing officer-involved domestic violence: Leadership challenges and opportunities. In R.J. Burke (Ed.), Stress in Policing: Sources, Consequences and Interventions. Gower Publishers: UK.

  • Oehme, K. L., Maselli Urbach, E., & Stern, N. (2014). Unheard voices of domestic violence victims: A call to remedy physician neglect. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 15(3), 613-614.

  • Oehme, K. L., & Stern, N. (2014). The case for mandatory training on screening for domestic violence in the wake of the Affordable Care Act. University of Pennsylvania Law School Journal of Law and Social Change, 17(1), 1-28. Retrieved from

  • Oehme, K., Donnelly, E. A., & Summerlin, Z. (2013). Agency innovation to promote change: A model policy on officer-involved domestic violence provides a starting point to foster healthy police families. In Leonard Territo, & James D. Sewell (Eds.), Stress Management in Law Enforcement, 3rd Edition (pp. 311-336). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

  • Oehme, K., Kim, A., Summerlin, Z., & Martin, A. (2013). Training criminal justice professionals: Using online curricula to prevent domestic violence. In R. White (Ed.), Curriculum Development, Innovation and Reform. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

  • Oehme, K. L., & Thyer, B. A. (2010). Stopping domestic violence in families. In Cynthia Franklin, & Rowena Fong (Eds.), The church leaders counseling resource book: A guide to mental health and social problems (pp. 231-244). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Stern, N., Crook, W., & Oehme, K. (2008). Visitation decisions in domestic violence cases: Seeking lessons from one state's experience. The Wisconsin Law Journal of Gender and Society, 23, 113-134.

  • Stern, N., & Oehme, K. (2006). Increasing safety for battered women and their children: Creating a privilege for supervised visitation intake records. University of Richmond Law Review, 41, 499-534. Retrieved from

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