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Brian K Payne
Brian K. Payne, Professor
Specialized Topics:
  • Elder Abuse
  • Family Violence over the Life Course
  • Family Violence and Criminal Justice

Brian K. Payne is a professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University.
His research explores strategies for responding to elder abuse in all of its various forms as well
as efforts to build collaborative responses to family violence over the life course. In addition to
developing training courses on domestic violence, sex offending, and elder abuse, Payne has
taught courses in victimology, family violence, and aggression and violent behavior. He has
presented at numerous conferences focused on improving the response to different forms of
violence.
Payne is a former editor of the American Journal of Criminal Justice and past president of the
Southern Criminal Justice Association and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He serves
on the editorial boards of Journal of Family Violence and Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect.
Payne is the author or co-author of more than 160 journal articles and seven books including
White-Collar Crime: The Essentials (Sage), Family Violence and Criminal Justice (Elsevier,
with Randy Gainey), and Crime and Elder Abuse: An Integrated Perspective (Charles C
Thomas).
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BAKERSFIELD S.A.F.E. FUNDRAISER AT RESPAWN
OCtober 13 2017



 

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Denise Hines
Research Associate Professor
Specialized Topics:
  • Dating and sexual violence
  • Male domestic violence
  • Family violence

Dr. Hines received a B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross in 1995, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Boston University in 1999 and 2004, respectively. From 2003 until 2005, she was an NIMH Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Family Research Laboratory (FRL) and Crimes Against Children Research Center (CCRC) at the University of New Hampshire, and from 2005 until 2007, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Since 2005, she has been affiliated with the University of New Hampshire’s FRL and CCRC as a Research Associate. She has been at Clark since 2007.

Dr. Hines’ research centers on issues of family violence and how to connect such research with policymakers and practitioners.  Her current research has three foci.  First, she is the Principal Investigator on a series of studies investigating the physical and mental health of men who sustain partner violence from their female partners and seek help. The most recent of these studies also investigates the mental and physical health of child witnesses and is being supported by a grant from the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development.  Her second area of research centers on the Clark Anti-Violence Education (CAVE) program, of which she is the co-director.  This program offers free prevention and intervention services for sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking victimization, and Dr. Hines is involved in the evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs.  Finally, Dr. Hines is the Director of the Family Impact Seminars, a series of annual seminars that translates social science research to state policymakers on issues related to families, broadly defined.  Dr. Hines teaches undergraduate courses in Quantitative Methods, Psychological Perspectives on Criminal Behavior, Dating and Sexual Violence, and Research on Family Violence; a combined undergraduate and graduate course on Using Social Science Research to Influence Public Policy, and graduate courses in Statistical Methods.
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October 10, 2017

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RESPAWN TACTICAL INDOOR LASER TAG WILL BE HOSTING A FUNDRAISER
FOR STOP ABUSE FOR EVERYONE ON NOVEMBER 3RD AND 4TH, 2017

BAKERSFIELD CA – For two nights, November 3rd and 4th, Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE)
will be holding a fundraiser to raise money for our education, media, and training programs.
SAFE works to enlighten communities on different types of abuse that individuals face that are
often underrepresented. 20% of each purchase (excluding food) will go towards the organization.
The event will include games, a raffle, laser tag, and much more!
Stop Abuse For Everyone is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt, nonprofit organization that provides
services for underserved victims. SAFE was selected as one of only 50 promising strategy
programs in the nation to prevent domestic violence by the National Crime Prevention Council.
Through our educational, media, and training programs, we inform the public on what to do if
they become a victim of domestic violence, dating violence, bullying, sibling abuse, and elder
abuse. 
SAFE offers information, resources, educational brochures, videos, articles, media campaigns, an
advocacy program, a Speakers Bureau, and an Anti- Bullying Campaign that targets youth
organizations, schools, community members, major corporations, and celebrities.
For more information about our fundraising event visit respawnbako.com
If you are interested in covering this event and helping us to Stop Abuse for Everyone please
contact Dianna Thompson at 202-531- 9330. For more information on SAFE visit our website at

www.stopabuseforeveryone.org

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How Your Membership Can Help. Your membership/donation will help fund SAFE and enable our organization to continue our educational, media, and advocacy programs. Funding is necessary to help spread awareness on serious issues for victims who fall between the cracks of services available to them. Your donation will help us develop our media campaigns, educational programs, research department, Speaker's Bureau, and, national directory of services. These are all crucial in our efforts to stop abuse for everyone. 

SAFE helps those who typically fall between the cracks of domestic violence services and finds few services available to them. Please join our efforts in striving for justice for all. 

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