Latino Agencies United to Stop Violence Against Women hold their the annual Vigil and March in the Greater Washington DC Metro area for the Latina community. Come support and help us make noise to educate and create awareness about domestic violence in our Latina immigrant community. The march begins at Lamont Park in Mt. Pleasant ends in front of the Suntrust Bank on 18th & Columbia Rd. NW.
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia. The...
Show Up, Stand Out (SUSO) is a community based truancy reduction program that helps parents get...
Encourages businesses and property owners to install security cameras.
DC Victim Hotline
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia.
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DC Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
District of Columbia Victim Services Academy
Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board
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Council of the District of Columbia COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARy Notice of Public Oversight...
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