About the Author
Holly Johnson's primary research interests are the effectiveness of criminal justice and societal responses to violence against women, primary prevention, and improving the measurement of violence and other gendered experiences. She was principal investigator on Canada's first national survey on violence against women, co-investigator of the International Violence Against Women Survey, and is the author of numerous publications in this area.Bonnie Fisher's primary research focuses on the measurement and predictors of violence against college women, recurrent victimization, and the evaluation of bystander interventions. She has authored numerous publications spanning the field of victimology, with emphasis on measurement issues, and recently served on the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Measuring Rape and Sexual Assault. Veronique Jaquier has trained in psychology and criminology in Switzerland and the United States. Her program of research examines the interrelations of women's victimization and use of aggression as it impacts mental health and risk behaviors, with emphasis on understanding how criminal justice and social institutions impact life trajectories.