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Nashville, Tennessee / Domestic Violence / Police #162752

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 28, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Nashville: Linda Pattillo) The two-year-old special domestic violence unit within the Nashville, Tennessee, police department featured; scenes shown to show how the police and court program works to intervene in disputes and set up counseling. [OFFICER - says domestic murder can be prevented.] [Domestic violence unit Detective Stephen HUNTLEY, Metro general sessions court Judge Gale ROBINSON - comment on domestic violence.] Other cities said looking at the Nashville program as a model. [Battered wife Carol DOUGLAS - comments.]

Pattillo, Linda;
Simpson, Carole

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