The Quincy Solution
America can stop domestic violence, and save $500 Bn in the process.
As we struggle to better protect battered and sexually abused women and children, communities in the US have successfully reduced domestic violence; dramatically. And saved millions and millions of dollars.
If the Quincy Solution was adopted across the U.S., we would save $500 billion. And millions of women and children would sleep at night, knowing they no longer had anything, or anyone, to fear.
Find out, in Barry Goldstein’s important and meticulously-researched book, how Quincy, San Diego, and Nashville tackled the domestic violence, and won.
“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, National Center 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.” ~ Kelly Rutherford Actress
Sales of this book support the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Stop Abuse Campaign’s implementation of the Quincy Model.