Projects

Public Awareness & Education
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GCFV provides training statewide about family violence and related issues such as building safer communities, protocol development, teen dating violence, and workplace violence. GCFV also hosts public events such as Stop Violence Against Women Day at the Capitol, and prints a quarterly newsletter.

Annual Conference
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GCFV’s annual conference provides an opportunity for more than 350 participants to receive the most up-to-date, best practice training by national experts.

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Bulletin from this Year's Conference


Family Violence Intervention Programs (FVIPs)
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GCFV and the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) establish standards for FVIPs in Georgia. GCFV also assists GDC in training, certifying and monitoring FVIPs. Certified FVIPs are designed to rehabilitate family violence offenders and are charged with prioritizing victim safety and participant accountability. 

 Family Violence Intervention Program (FVIP) Information

Community Task Forces
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GCFV works to create and maintain family violence task forces within each of the 49 judicial circuits of Georgia. Statistics show that implementing a Coordinated Community Response through a Task Force can help to lower a community’s family violence homicide rate.

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Statewide Domestic Violence Task Force Contacts


Fatality Review
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GCFV works with the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence to coordinate community reviews of domestic violence homicides across Georgia. The Fatality Review Annual Report is a statistical compilation of those reviews that includes recommendations for systematic change.
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2012 Georgia Fatality Review Report

Legislative Advocacy
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GCFV has been instrumental in creating laws to enhance safety to domestic violence victims and their children, including those related to shelter confidentiality, Georgia’s Protective Order Registry, FVIP Certification, increased penalties for offenders, and increased resources for victims.

Research
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GCFV conducts ongoing research on a range of issues related to domestic violence and periodically disseminates the findings to policymakers and the general public.