Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and communities throughout the valley are marking the occasion with events, seminars, training sessions, fundraisers, and collection drives.

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The Importance of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month by Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

The Importance of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month by Glendale
Mayor Jerry Weiers

New AZPOINT system by Judge Elizabeth Finn

New AZPOINT system by Judge Elizabeth
Finn

Why orders of protection are important by Domestic Violence Council Chair/Maricopa Police Chief Steve Stahl

Why orders of protection are important by Domestic Violence Council Chair/Maricopa Police Chief Steve Stahl

 

Transportation Sector Overview by Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

How to fill out the Order of Protection by
Alba Bailon, Victim Advocate for Save the Family

Tips for filing an Order of Protection

Tips for filing an Order of Protection

Text to 9-1-1

Text to 9-1-1

 

Photo Gallery

Cities and Towns Supporting Domestic Violence Awareness

MAG Building

MAG Staff

Maricopa City Hall

Maricopa City Hall

Maricopa Police Memorial Wall

Maricopa Police Memorial Wall

Queen Creek

Queen Creek

Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney with Proclamation

Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney with Proclamation

Surprise City Hall

Surprise City Hall

Human Services Director
Brande Mead
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