Domestic Violence Network
The Center for Domestic Peace (formerly Marin Abused Women’s Services), in partnership with the Marin County District Attorney's office, has created the Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence Network (CCR to DV Network) to effectively address and prevent the pervasiveness of domestic violence in Marin County.
Family violence has been the county's most reported crime of violence for 20 years, according to a 2010 Marin County grand jury report titled "Domestic Violence: Marin's Number One Violent Crime." Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian recently stated "It's a problem that spreads across all aspects of our community."
The first meeting of the CCR to DV Network was held in the planning chambers at the Marin County Civic Center on September 14, 2011 and was attended by some 50 representatives from 36 law enforcement agencies, county government offices, health organizations and community organizations. Meetings will occur quarterly and will be open to the public. The next meeting will be in December.
First Official Meeting Documents
December 14, 2011 Meeting
March 22, 2012 Meeting
June 13, 2012 Meeting
September 12, 2012 Meeting