MARIN’S CCR NETWORK (Coordinated Community Response to DATING, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & Sexual Assault)
Have you ever wondered or worried about the hidden crimes of domestic violence and sexual assault in Marin? Perhaps you’ve seen movies or read about these kinds of crimes in the news, or heard friends dealing with them. But then you ask, what is being done about them? Here in Marin, we are actively working in a coordinated way to respond to and end these crimes of abuse and sexual assault. Join us for a meeting to learn who is involved, how we do it, and the successes we have achieved!
WHAT: The Coordinated Community Response to Dating, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Network’s (Marin County CCR) next meeting will be led by Marin County District Attorney Lori Frugoli and Kate Kain, Deputy Executive Director, Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP).
Achieving a Coordinated Response to Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, and Sexual Assault in Marin
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The public is welcome to this teleconference which will include:
- Partner Initiatives:
- Law Enforcement Liaisons: Earning Survivor Trust
- Sharika Gregory: Black Women Ending Violence Against Women In Marin: A New Lyrical Initiative and Call To Marin Youth Rappers
- MCSO: Vigilant Parent Training
- SRPD: SAFE program
- Marin County Cooperation Team: Including Survivors of Domestic Violence
- Community Discussion: What holds survivors back from seeking help?
- Incident Trend Reports: What does the data show? Law enforcement and partner agencies report out on incidents and trend data for domestic violence and sexual assault during January- March 2023. Partners include Marin County District Attorney, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, Family and Children’s Law Center, Children and Family Services, Marin Health and Human Services, Huckleberry Youth Programs, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Community Action Marin – Head Start, Marin Child Care Council, Community Violence Solutions, Center for Domestic Peace, Just Armor, and other community partners.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 13, 2023 1-3 PM via ZOOM.
HOW: Meeting will be held via zoom and requires your registration.
Please register using the link
After registering, you will receive an email with information on how to join the meeting. Each individual needs to register separately as access links cannot be shared.
WHO: Those interested are invited to attend and become part of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who have taken ownership of the issue of domestic violence and participate in finding system-wide solutions for Marin County.
Contact and RSVP: Jackie Palacios, Learning Systems Manager, Center for Domestic Peace (415) 526-2556 or email [email protected].
About Center for Domestic Peace
Center for Domestic Peace leads a comprehensive community effort to end the #1 violent crime in Marin County: domestic violence. We provide transformational services and programs that protect and enhance victim safety, and ultimately engage our community in permanent change. Visit www.centerfordomesticpeace.org
This project was supported by Grant No. 2017-WE-AX-002 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. 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 Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.