The Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project is pleased to present this art showcase for survivors, advocates, and community members to showcase how gender-based violence has impacted their lives and communities. They are also inviting survivors and community members to submit artwork (paintings, poems, spoken word,song/dance, etc) to [email protected] by April 15, 2017.
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia. The hotline...
Encourages businesses and property owners to install security cameras.
Show Up, Stand Out (SUSO) is a community based truancy reduction program that helps parents get...
DC Victim Hotline
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia.
OVSJG Popular Links
DC Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
District of Columbia Victim Services Academy
Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board
Apr 13 2017
The legislation ensures that every victim of sexual assault is treated with fairness and...
Mar 10 2017
Over the past two years, total crime in Washington, DC has decreased by nine percent.
Oct 20 2016
A new smartphone app has been released empower more middle school students to attend school on...
Oct 17 2016
More than 2,500 cameras have been funded across all eight wards.
Oct 11 2016
Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants (OVSJG) Director...
Feb 12 2016
Council of the District of Columbia COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARy Notice of Public Oversight...
Jul 21 2015
The Sexual Assault Victims' Rights Amendment Act Task Force will be holding an open meeting on...
Jun 16 2015
SAVRAA (or the Sexual Assault Victims’ Rights Amendment Act of 2013) has asked the Task Force to...