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One woman, Sasha, whose husband made the telephone call to the police though he assaulted her, was given six months of probation and a fine. She calls her piece, “The Process of Justice”: In the courtroom, the judge stares down at you. The course of action [or lack of] taken by the law officials and the judge tells me that the victims now have something else to fear. This also tells the attacker that they now have another hold on you, another way to punish you. So what will eventually happen to the true victims if this continues?

5 percent) were used for the shelter, crisis hotline, et cetera. When funds are cut, the first effects are personnel cuts and loss of programs. Practically speaking, this means that residents may have an option to THE WOMEN’S HOUSE AS SHELTER AND SOCIAL ORDER 33 attend a support group; however, it may be held at a different location in the city. Realistically many women are too tired or busy to travel (often by bus if they do not have their car) to a distant site. There have been times during which my writing group—volunteer on my part—has been the only activity.

Sometimes police take out a woman who is charged with some crime. In general police are not welcomed by residents—many of whom view them as racially biased and as ineffectual in domestic violence situations. Women think that police do not believe their renditions of assaults and they may only briefly jail the abusers. The local “preferred arrest” policy created another problem—the police might not arrest anyone. The policy designates that when police respond to a domestic violence call they are strongly encouraged to make an arrest if violence has been committed.

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