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Would you like to share a $500 billion reward? It might sound too good to be true, but this is the benefit to society of adopting the Quincy Solution with its proven practices to dramatically reduce domestic violence crime. Barry Goldstein has spent his career working to prevent abuse so he knew how to synthesize history and research about practices that stop domestic viol Would you like to share a $500 billion reward? It might sound too good to be true, but this is the benefit to society of adopting the Quincy Solution with its proven practices to dramatically reduce domestic violence crime. Barry Goldstein has spent his career working to prevent abuse so he knew how to synthesize history and research about practices that stop domestic violence with medical research about the enormous health impact from stress related to domestic violence and child abuse. Barry started by reviewing the successful practices in Quincy, San Diego, and Nashville. Domestic violence is not inevitable, and it is not surprising it can be prevented with a group of best practices. He updated the proven practices with new research, technology, and inclusion of the custody courts. The primary obstacle was inertia and money. Then the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) research established that children exposed to domestic violence, child abuse, and other traumas suffer more illnesses and injuries throughout their lives. We can reduce societal problems like cancer, heart disease, substance abuse, and crime—and dramatically improve our economy. This is the Quincy Solution. • Domestic violence is not inevitable. The Quincy Solution is based on successful practices in Quincy, Nashville, and San Diego so we know it works. • The $500 billion in annual savings from the Quincy Solution comes from prevention of illnesses and injuries, reduced crime, and victims reaching their economic potential. • The Quincy Solution is more than an absence of abuse. Women and children will be safe in their homes and free to reach their potential. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Barry Goldstein has dedicated his career to stopping men’s violence against women and preventing the mental, emotional and physical trauma it inflicts on their children. A passionate and sought-after speaker, Barry’s the author of four other books on domestic violence. “I can’t help but think of all the courageous women who died and all the anguished faces of the children they left behind -- who might have been saved by this book.” ~ Rita Smith, Former Executive Director, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence “Barry Goldstein compiles shocking data showing how our legal system enables violence against women and children. Buy this book.” ~ Wendy Murphy, New England Law Boston, Author “And Justice For Some” “Domestic violence can be stopped. This book proves it.” ~ Andrew Willis, Survivor, Founder Stop Abuse Campaign “Barry Goldstein has eloquently captured the crisis that is domestic violence in America today, but his real gift is that of hope.” ~ Sarah Buel, Survivor, Advocate, Law Professor and former Quincy Prosecutor “A must-read for advocates, police officers, lawyers, judges and anyone who cares about saving the lives of domestic violence victims.” ~ Lt. Mark Wynn (ret), Nashville PD “A long-awaited, desperately-needed gift to battered women and their children. This plan could become the Holy Grail of custody litigation.”~ Mo Therese Hannah, PhD, Chair of the Battered Mothers Custody Conference “Preventing domestic violence can interrupt the cycle of violence that harms children, families and communities. It’s critical to use science to demonstrate what works, then move from science to practice.”~ Linda C. Degutis, DrPH, MSN, Former Director, NationalCenter for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC “Shocked to learn the courts don’t already make the health and safety of children priority one when deciding custody and visitation.


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Would you like to share a $500 billion reward? It might sound too good to be true, but this is the benefit to society of adopting the Quincy Solution with its proven practices to dramatically reduce domestic violence crime. Barry Goldstein has spent his career working to prevent abuse so he knew how to synthesize history and research about practices that stop domestic viol Would you like to share a $500 billion reward? It might sound too good to be true, but this is the benefit to society of adopting the Quincy Solution with its proven practices to dramatically reduce domestic violence crime. Barry Goldstein has spent his career working to prevent abuse so he knew how to synthesize history and research about practices that stop domestic violence with medical research about the enormous health impact from stress related to domestic violence and child abuse. Barry started by reviewing the successful practices in Quincy, San Diego, and Nashville. Domestic violence is not inevitable, and it is not surprising it can be prevented with a group of best practices. He updated the proven practices with new research, technology, and inclusion of the custody courts. The primary obstacle was inertia and money. Then the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) research established that children exposed to domestic violence, child abuse, and other traumas suffer more illnesses and injuries throughout their lives. We can reduce societal problems like cancer, heart disease, substance abuse, and crime—and dramatically improve our economy. This is the Quincy Solution. • Domestic violence is not inevitable. The Quincy Solution is based on successful practices in Quincy, Nashville, and San Diego so we know it works. • The $500 billion in annual savings from the Quincy Solution comes from prevention of illnesses and injuries, reduced crime, and victims reaching their economic potential. • The Quincy Solution is more than an absence of abuse. Women and children will be safe in their homes and free to reach their potential. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Barry Goldstein has dedicated his career to stopping men’s violence against women and preventing the mental, emotional and physical trauma it inflicts on their children. A passionate and sought-after speaker, Barry’s the author of four other books on domestic violence. “I can’t help but think of all the courageous women who died and all the anguished faces of the children they left behind -- who might have been saved by this book.” ~ Rita Smith, Former Executive Director, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence “Barry Goldstein compiles shocking data showing how our legal system enables violence against women and children. Buy this book.” ~ Wendy Murphy, New England Law Boston, Author “And Justice For Some” “Domestic violence can be stopped. This book proves it.” ~ Andrew Willis, Survivor, Founder Stop Abuse Campaign “Barry Goldstein has eloquently captured the crisis that is domestic violence in America today, but his real gift is that of hope.” ~ Sarah Buel, Survivor, Advocate, Law Professor and former Quincy Prosecutor “A must-read for advocates, police officers, lawyers, judges and anyone who cares about saving the lives of domestic violence victims.” ~ Lt. Mark Wynn (ret), Nashville PD “A long-awaited, desperately-needed gift to battered women and their children. This plan could become the Holy Grail of custody litigation.”~ Mo Therese Hannah, PhD, Chair of the Battered Mothers Custody Conference “Preventing domestic violence can interrupt the cycle of violence that harms children, families and communities. It’s critical to use science to demonstrate what works, then move from science to practice.”~ Linda C. Degutis, DrPH, MSN, Former Director, NationalCenter for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC “Shocked to learn the courts don’t already make the health and safety of children priority one when deciding custody and visitation.

15 review for The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pam Boling

    Overall, the content in The Quincy Solution is exceptional. It covers many aspects of domestic violence that most people wouldn't know about unless they have studied it or work in the field. The specific cases are both interesting and maddening, while also providing compelling evidence that we, as a society, need to review and reform our laws and processes for dealing with abusers, especially the family court systems. The information about Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) studies and the long-term Overall, the content in The Quincy Solution is exceptional. It covers many aspects of domestic violence that most people wouldn't know about unless they have studied it or work in the field. The specific cases are both interesting and maddening, while also providing compelling evidence that we, as a society, need to review and reform our laws and processes for dealing with abusers, especially the family court systems. The information about Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) studies and the long-term effects of domestic violence on children is invaluable information. Mr. Goldstein covers the topic quite well, and I believe this book offers a great overview of the topic. Basically, children exposed to domestic violence, either directly or as witnesses to a parent's abuse, suffer health consequences in adulthood that can result in premature death. The disappointing: Mr. Goldstein's perspective is a representative for protective mothers, trying to maintain custody of their children, so the book seems, from this reader's perspective, to eliminate (or discount) all other forms of domestic violence: unmarried intimate partners; LGBT partners; child-on-parent violence. I realize that probably wasn't the author's intent, but the perspective of the book was quite narrow. Mr. Goldstein made a very cursory mention of police protecting their co-workers who commit domestic violence offenses. I would like to see a much broader coverage of this topic, because in my research, it seems to be not only a serious problem but potentially a contributing influence in the overall domestic violence issue. Again, this may be outside the purview of this book, but since it was broached, I feel it could have been covered better. Finally, there is a lot of redundancy: some things were mentioned repeatedly. This is a style issue, nothing to do with content quality. Again, overall the book is superb and definitely worth reading, not just for those interested in the topic of domestic abuse, but I would recommend it for everyone.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alana Haase

    This was somewhat difficult to read as it pertains to what some women and children have been put through by a system that is completely broken. I fervently hope and pray that the financial incentives (that make perfect sense) will finally cause lawmakers to wake up, clean house, and fix the family courts, IV-D courts, and help our children.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH, now please go back over this and fix your typos. The amateurish finish diminishes the message, and this is why I gave it three stars. As to the content, YES PLEASE. The corruption of the family court system is a nightmare for victims of violence in their homes. The amazing "solution" in Quincy is this: respect. The police were trained to take women seriously when they reported domestic violence, courts treated them like they were telling the truth and offered support. Women w THANK YOU VERY MUCH, now please go back over this and fix your typos. The amateurish finish diminishes the message, and this is why I gave it three stars. As to the content, YES PLEASE. The corruption of the family court system is a nightmare for victims of violence in their homes. The amazing "solution" in Quincy is this: respect. The police were trained to take women seriously when they reported domestic violence, courts treated them like they were telling the truth and offered support. Women who reported abuse were empowered, not grilled and then forced to prove how they tried to make it work with their abusers. For anyone who has never watched that particular horror story play out in real life, it must sound ridiculous and unbelievable. The fact is, it's ridiculous and unbelievable when you see it happening too. Nevertheless, it happens. Reporting that someone you love is hurting you is a tough process and it can cost a woman dearly just to broach the subject. The reality is our legal infrastructure doesn't offer protection to certain people. This author needs to focus more on the stories of women who have been sucked into the nightmare, and less on some silly promise of a gajillion dollar bump in the economy. We need more people calling attention to this issue.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ronni Bateman

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    Mia Scally

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    B. Morya

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    Susan

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    Ms_prue

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    Peter Chamberlain

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    Amanda Webster

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    Dani

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    Sid Vanam

  14. 4 out of 5

    VLADIMIR KOLEDA

  15. 4 out of 5

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