Staff can provide support, education and safety planning. San Diego County DA’s Office – Victim Advocates Brochures Domestic Violence Brochure Domestic Violence Strangulation Brochure Domestic Violence Education DV Booklet (English) DV Booklet (Spanish) DV Booklet (Arabic) Local Domestic Violence Resources DV Resource Guide - Victim version (English) DV Resource Guide - Victim version (Spanish) If You Are Interested in Learning More About Domestic Violence 45-minute interactive e-learning (no cost): Domestic Violence E-Learning Physical abuse includes physical contact that results in injury.For example, hitting, punching, strangulation (“choking”), pushing, slapping, denial of needed medical care or other basic needs (food, housing, water, sleep).This may be by use of hand(s) or other weapons such as a firearm, knife, object (ex. Behavior that threatens, intimidates, undermines your self-worth or self-esteem, or controlling your freedom.For example, humiliation, controlling what you can or cannot do, deliberating making you feel diminished, isolating you from friends or family, denying you access to money or other basic resources, undermining your self-worth, threatening to harm or kill you, threatening or actual harm to your children, pets or other family members, constant criticism, use of the children against you.Stalking involves willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows or harassing another person.Making credible threats with intent to place other person in reasonable fear for their safety or safety of their immediate family.The DVFRT seeks to identify system-based opportunities for improvements in violence prevention and intervention policies, procedures, and coordinated strategies, make recommendations for system change and raise public awareness about intimate partner violence.This session will discuss the legal concept of Full Faith and Credit (FFC); what interjurisdictional enforcement may look like for survivors and abusers; and help advocates navigate some of the challenges associated with interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders under FFC.
This session provides an overview of the Clery Act's requirements and how the Act influences on- and off-campus response and resources.
Domestic violence has many forms including physical aggression, sexual abuse, emotional or psychological abuse, stalking, or financial abuse.
This includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, hurt, humiliate, blame, frighten, terrorize, injure or wound someone.
If You or Someone You Know Is Being Abused If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1 National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 (TTY 1-800-787-3224) Chat Online: The hotline is answered by trained counselors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It is confidential and referrals may be provided for services in every region of the County.