The Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project is a result of the strategies outlined in the FY 2011 MAG Regional Plan to end Domestic Violence. The project was designed to coordinate a multi-disciplinary effort for assessing protocols and practices used by law enforcement and prosecutors when responding to domestic violence offenders. The project evaluates protocols, builds a framework of best practices, and develops public awareness tools. The result has led to enhanced protocols, streamlined data collection elements, and increased efficiency in prosecuting misdemeanor domestic violence cases.
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Victim's Rights: Opening the Doors to the Criminal Justice System
MAG Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project Training
Domestic Violence: Mending Broken Spirits and Systems
2016 Domestic Violence Press Conference
2015 Domestic Violence Press Conference: Lifesaving Lethality Assessments
2014 Domestic Violence News Conference
2013 Domestic Violence Press Conference
This project was supported by Grant No. ST-WSG-15-010115-18 awarded by the Governor’s Office for Youth, Faith, and Family for the STOP Formula Grant Program. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State or the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
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