Featured in this issue: The Domestic Incident Report
Table of Contents
- From the Executive Director
- Our Look Has Changed!
- New York State’s Standardized Domestic Incident Report (DIR)
- Q&A: The DIR: A Tool for Survivors
- Legislative Update
- “Another Domestic Incident - Another DIR?”
- New York State’s Domestic Incident Report Repository
NYS Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline
English & español, Multi-language Accessibility
Nat’l Relay Service for Deaf or Hard of Hearing: 711
In NYC: 311 or 1-800-621-HOPE (4673)
OPDV’s new FAQ page answers questions about domestic violence, victims & abusers, getting help, cause & prevalence. & more.
Crime Victims Rights Week
National Crime Victims Rights Week is April 19-25. Visit OVC’s official National Crime Victims’ Rights Week site for announcements and information
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Did you know…
In 2013, police outside New York City responded to 187,710 domestic incidents, a 5% decrease from 2012. This statistic is taken from the 2013 New York State Domestic Violence Dashboard.
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