CDVSA Awards $18.8 million to support community-based grants
FY 20 community-based grants have been awarded to 26 agencies in 21 Alaska communities focusing on services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and other violent crimes, perpetrator rehabilitation and prevention strategies and interventions. This funding amount equals an increase of $422,518 from FY19.
Have you been a victim of crime in Alaska?
The Alaska Criminal Justice Commission wants to hear from you to help improve services and response for victims of crime in Alaska. To complete the Crime Victim Survey go to http://www.ajc.state.ak.us/acjc/victimsurvey.html. Please post the attached flyer and encourage Alaska victims to respond.
The Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy:
A Partnership between CDVSA, UAA College of Health and the Alaska Nurses Association.
Launching March 2019--registration and scholarship information now available.
Coaching Boys into Men Video
CBIM training was held in Juneau April 18-19. To view a video of the training go to:
Share Your Experiences
Did you report a sexual assault to the Alaska State Troopers between 2006 and 2016? Were you 18 years or older at the time of the assault?
The Department of Public Safety and the UAA Justice Center have partnered to research practices related to sexual assault investigation, prosecution, and victim-survivor engagement and support. To be part of this project click on the link above.
CDVSA Board's Perspective on DV Awareness Month
2017 Felony Level Sex Offenses Supplemental UCR Report