Type of Culminating Activity
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Lisa Growette Bostaph
Children’s Advocacy Centers were first introduced to increase collaboration when responding to victims of child abuse. Different agencies work together in a co-located center to provide services and resources to victims who have experienced abuse and neglect. The current research is a demographic evaluation of a Child Advocacy Center located at a family justice center in a northwestern state. Victim demographics, case characteristics, and services utilized were collected using both secondary data analysis. Multiple regression models were used to determine what variables might lead victims to utilize certain services at the center. Findings from this research will help provide the center with a better understanding of the clients they serve and why they utilize certain services.
Mitchell, Martie, "A Client Assessment at the Nampa Family Justice Center’s Children’s Advocacy Center" (2013). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 610.