In This Issue
- From the Executive Director
- Economic Abuse
- Did You Know
- Enhancing Child Welfare Domestic Violence Practice
- Q&A About Economic Abuse and Domestic Violence
- Legislative Update
- “Shine the Light on Domestic Violence” Report
- Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team
- Executive Order 26: Language Access
January is Stalking Awareness Month
Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
For more information on Teen Dating Violence, visit our Respect Love, Love Respect website.
In 2011, 25% of the over 28,000 releasees on parole were identified as having a history of domestic violence. (NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision [formerly NYS Division of Parole])
This statistic is taken from the 2011 New York State Domestic Violence Dashboard, available on our website.
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