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Jill Messing specializes in intervention research.

As an associate professor in the School of Social Work, her research areas include intimate partner violence, risk assessment, domestic homicide and femicide, criminal justice-social service collaborations and evidence-based practice.

Messing is the Principal Investigator on the National Institute of Justice-funded Oklahoma Lethality Assessment Study, which examines the effectiveness of the Lethality Assessment Program across seven jurisdictions in Oklahoma, and the co-Investigator on the National Institute of Mental Health funded study The Use of Computerized Safety Decision Aids with Victims of Intimate Partner Violence.

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Healthy relationships include mutual respect, safety, open and honest communication, compromise, equality, independence, freedom, support and privacy. Everyone deserves to be in a healthy and safe relationship.

— Jill Messing, ASU Now