Stalker Profiles with and without Protective Orders: Do Protective Orders Make a Difference in Reoffending or Criminal Justice Processing?
Research indicates that stalking is an extension of intimate partner violence. The overall purpose of tis study was to better understand stalkers by examining the association between a protective order history and the court's processing of subsequent stalking, and to examine patterns of reoffending. This study examined a sample of 346 males who were charged with stalking in 1999 in one state.
Logan, TK, Nigoff, A., Walker, R., & Jordan, C.E. (2002). Stalker profiles with and without protective orders: Do protective orders make a difference in reoffending or criminal justice processing? Violence and Victims, 17(5), 541 - 553.