Rebecca Thomforde Hauser
As the Associate Director of Domestic Violence Programs, Rebecca Thomforde Hauser assists jurisdictions nationally and in New York State to plan and implement Domestic Violence, Integrated Domestic Violence, Sex Offense and Youthful Offender Domestic Violence Courts. Before coming to the Center, she was a Victim Witness Advocate at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Boston, providing crisis intervention, case management, and court advocacy to domestic violence victims as well as other victims of violent crimes. While in Boston, she also worked at Safe Havens: The Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence, creating curricula and coordinating a year-long training domestic violence education program for clergy and laity from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim congregations throughout the greater Boston area. She graduated from Earlham College, where she received a Fulbright Scholarship, and Boston University School of Theology.
- The Allegheny County Sex Offense Court: Using Evidence-Based Practices to Increase Accountability and Safety
- 10 Things Courts Should Know About Their Local Intervention Programs for Abusive Partners
- What Courts Should Know: Trends in Intervention Programming for Abusive Partners
- Fact Sheet: Adapting Deterrence Strategies for Domestic Violence Offenders
- The Windham County Integrated Domestic Violence Docket: A Process Evaluation of Vermont’s Second Domestic Violence Court
- Sex Offense Courts