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Wife Assault Coordination Project records
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- Vancouver Police Department. Wife Assault Coordination Project
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The Ministry of Attorney General implemented a wife assault policy in April 1984. The policy directs the justice system to recognize the criminality of the assault of women by their husbands or common law partners, and is aimed at coordinating the efforts of the justice system and community support agencies to provide effective responses to wife assault in the community. In 1990, the Ministry of Attorney General proposed to institute the Wife Assault Coordination Project in five British Columbia communities, including Vancouver.
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This series consists of minutes of the Wife Assault Coordination Project Steering Committee, minutes of the Spousal Assault Policy Review Committee, and copies of reports and newsletters addressing the issue of wife assault.
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