Podcast on Crimes Against Women

For the Offender, Abuse Is a Choice: Exploring the Mindset of Domestic Violence Offenders and the Concept of Rehabilitating Offenders Through BIPP and Other Programs

April 19, 2021 Conference on Crimes Against Women Season 2 Episode 10
Podcast on Crimes Against Women
For the Offender, Abuse Is a Choice: Exploring the Mindset of Domestic Violence Offenders and the Concept of Rehabilitating Offenders Through BIPP and Other Programs
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Podcast on Crimes Against Women
For the Offender, Abuse Is a Choice: Exploring the Mindset of Domestic Violence Offenders and the Concept of Rehabilitating Offenders Through BIPP and Other Programs
Apr 19, 2021 Season 2 Episode 10
Conference on Crimes Against Women

Episode eleven of the second season of the Podcast on Crimes Against Women continues our domestic violence series with Dr. Scott Hampton, Director of Ending the Violence. In this episode, Dr. Hampton delves into his work on BIPP (Battering Intervention and Protection Programs). Dr. Hampton explains what attracted him to work with offenders of domestic violence, how he focuses on offenders taking accountability for their actions, and why it can also be important to learn about the offender despite the survivor being the individual forced to live through the trauma. Dr. Hampton then explores the mindsets of offenders, why they are violent toward women, and the differences in the mindsets of offenders of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking. Finally, Dr. Hampton describes his work with Ending the Violence, the expectations of BIPP, and what are the limitations of what BIPP is able to accomplish.

Show Notes

Episode eleven of the second season of the Podcast on Crimes Against Women continues our domestic violence series with Dr. Scott Hampton, Director of Ending the Violence. In this episode, Dr. Hampton delves into his work on BIPP (Battering Intervention and Protection Programs). Dr. Hampton explains what attracted him to work with offenders of domestic violence, how he focuses on offenders taking accountability for their actions, and why it can also be important to learn about the offender despite the survivor being the individual forced to live through the trauma. Dr. Hampton then explores the mindsets of offenders, why they are violent toward women, and the differences in the mindsets of offenders of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking. Finally, Dr. Hampton describes his work with Ending the Violence, the expectations of BIPP, and what are the limitations of what BIPP is able to accomplish.