Domestic Violence Prevention
By Public Affairs
Thursday, January 26, 2012; 12:45 pm
Funds would be used to implement Baltimore's Lethality Assessment Project on a citywide basis and to support overtime for the Family Crimes Unit so that its detectives can serve more warrants, serve high priority protective orders and conduct home visits to high risk victims. Funds would also support a third of the salary of the City's Domestic Violence Reduction Coordinator who would oversee implementation of this project, identify other programs and opportunities for collaboration, increase warrant and protective order service and seek future funding to support domestic violence reduction strategies.
Updated: 01/26/12; 12:52 pm