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Kent County Domestic Violence Community Coordinated Response Team
Why DVCCRT?
Domestic violence cannot be solved by one person or one agency alone. Success is defined through a team approach that includes members from the community working together to address this epidemic. The DVCCRT creates a space that allows for open discussion of difficult cases, problem solving to better serve victims, discussion of more effective and accountable services for perpetrators, collaboration among agencies, creation of subcommittees to address particular concerns, and discussion of ideas on how to increase awareness of domestic violence and its devastating effects on our community.
Meetings
We meet every fourth Thursday of each month from 12:00 to 1:30 PM at the Kent County Courthouse in the Fifth Floor Conference Room. This is also the location of our Noontime Educational Forums in October, January, April, and May. During the Noontime Educational Forums, experts discuss and present information on important domestic violence issues. All events and meetings are open to the public.
Noontime Educational Forum
January 28, 2016
January’s Noontime Educational Forum will focus on the intersection of domestic violence and stalking. This month’s topic is especially relevant as technological advances make stalking an increasingly accessible crime. The event is free and open to the public, and will be held in the Kent County 61st District Courthouse Fifth Floor Conference Room.
Events

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