- BP Stringer and NYS Office for Prevention of Domestic Violence “Shine The Light” on Domestic Abuse in New York City
- Times Square Turns Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- New York State Sheriffs’ Institute joins state officials, local law enforcement and victims’ advocates unveil technology to keep victims of domestic violence, other crimes safe
- Family Violence Project to Expand Services to Immigrant Victims
- New strangulation statute proving an effective tool for law enforcement
More than 2,000 individuals charged statewide in the first 15 weeks since the law took effect.
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- Commissioner Carrión of OCFS allocates more than $800,000 to combat Domestic Violence
- OPDV along with other state agencies meet the National Drug Czar on plans to “Treat, not incarcerate” non-violent offenders
- The State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) and Department of Labor (DOL) just awarded grants to 17 organizations that will fund job training and education programs targeting public assistance recipients, low-wage workers and people receiving unemployment insurance in households with incomes of less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level.