NOFSW 15 – The Influence of Coercive Control and Intimate Partner Violence on Women’s Pathways to Incarceration

A presentation from the 2015 National Organization of Forensic Social Work Annual Conference in Washington DC. 
Disclaimer: This is only the overhead portion of what was a presentation that provided far deeper contextual information related to a very complex topic. Please feel free to use this information in any way you can to inform conversations on the topic, however do so with caution, knowing that this information is not complete when taken away from the discussion that surrounded it. These transitions of images and words were only a backdrop for a more rich and nuanced conversation that took place at the conference. Thanks for your interest and feel free to contact me with any questions or if you would like to learn more about this area. ~damc

Oklahoma Study of Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children 2014

Oklahoma Study of Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children 2014

This is a copy of the initial report (with data prepared for the George Kaiser Family Foundation) based research I’ve had the privilege of joining to work on with Dr. Susan Sharp and Ms. Melissa Jones. This information is compiled from our trips to Oklahoma’s womens prisons and begins to tell the story of the experiences of the states incarcerated women and their children. Multiple additional products based on the data are under construction at this time.