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Grants to Encourage Arrest For Criminal Domestic Violence

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  • John Perna
    Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) : an openly gender specific law, that was passed at the instigation of persons, who claim to be opposed to anything that is
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      Violence Against Women Act  (VAWA) : an openly gender specific law, that was passed at the instigation of persons, who claim to be opposed to anything that is gender specific
       
      These are a few examples grants,  which have been made under the Office on Violence Against Women. The reader will notice that there is an admission of the goal of encouraging  Arrests For Criminal Domestic Violence.
       
      Since conviction for Criminal Domestic Violence has been illegally used as a means of removing a citizen's right to keep and bear arms, this amount to a "buy back" of the Second Amendment.
       
      State-by-State Office on Violence Against Women Grant Activities
       
       
      OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS
      Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders Program
      Enhancement Grant Award: FY 2001
      South Carolina

      Award Recipient: City of Spartanburg

      Award Amount: $247,001

      Purpose: The City of Spartanburg will utilize continuation funding to sustain a coordinated community response to domestic violence to ensure victim and child safety by filling gaps in the criminal justice system to increase offender accountability and minimize the re-victimization of the victim by the criminal justice system. Key project objectives include: 1) strengthening legal advocacy service programs for victims of domestic violence and dating violence; 2) centralizing and coordinating police enforcement, prosecution, probation, parole and/or judicial responsibility for domestic violence cases; 3) developing community driven initiatives to address traditionally

      underserved and diverse populations; 4) strengthening the collaboration among the various advocacy groups to enhance support and resources to victims of domestic violence; and 5) expanding outreach efforts through collaboration with the faith community.



      OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS
      Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies
      Implementation Grant Award: FY 1998
      Indiana

      AWARD RECIPIENT:
      City of Indianapolis
      Indianapolis, Indiana

      AWARD AMOUNT: $518,998*

      PURPOSE: These funds will allow the Indianapolis Police Department to
      create a coordinated response to domestic violence in collaboration
      with the Marion County Prosecutor's Office and the Family Advocacy
      Center, a local nonprofit victim services agency. Funds will support:
      1) training for Indianapolis police officers on the department's
      mandatory arrest protocols, policies and procedures; 2) the placement
      of domestic violence advocates in each of the Indianapolis community
      police districts; 3) the development of a domestic violence tracking
      system; and 4) the creation of a specialized stalking prosecution
      team within the Marion County Prosecutor's Office. 

      This is federal and state money going toward
      combating  fathers and men.  It would behoove you ALL to research this site
      for your  state's situation.

      Note that this gives federal money to teach police how to arrest MEN. 
      The "domestic violence advocates are usually feminists who teach that it
      is always the man who is the batterer.  This is often true even when HE is the only one battered and bruised 
      Check YOUR state to see where it stands

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      OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS
      Civil Legal Assistance Grant Program
      FY 2000
      INDIANA
      AWARD RECIPIENT:
      Legal Services of Maumee Valley, Inc.
      Fort Wayne, ID

      AWARD AMOUNT: $337,172

      DURATION: 18 months

      PURPOSE: With this supplemental award, Legal Services of Maumee
      Valley, Inc. (LSMV) will continue to expand civil legal services to
      victims in 11 counties of Northern Indiana. Through the services of 2
      part-time attorneys and 3 paralegals, domestic violence victims will
      have access to rapid and sensitive legal representation in cases of
      divorce, child custody, and protective orders. LSMV will continue to
      provide training for local attorneys through ongoing consultation
      with victim advocates associated with the project. The LSMV also will
      continue to ensure that domestic violence clients have access to the
      civil legal system through an attorney who has understanding,
      expertise and commitment to serve victims of domestic violence.
      Finally, LSMV will collaborate with its partners to fully develop a
      program to provide a seamless web of services to domestic violence
      victims as they move through the civil legal system.



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      OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS
      FY 1998 Civil Legal Assistance Grants
      Indiana


      AWARD RECIPIENT:
      Legal Services of Maumee Valley, Inc.
      Fort Wayne, Indiana

      AWARD AMOUNT: $240,423*

      PURPOSE: These funds will allow the Legal Services of Maumee Valley,
      Inc. to implement the Domestic Violence Civil Legal Project. Legal
      Services of Maumee Valley, Inc., in collaboration with the Center for
      Non-Violence and the YWCA Women's Shelter, will provide a range of
      services to battered women who are utilizing the civil justice system
      to enhance their safety. Attorneys and legal advocates will conduct
      outreach and intake at sites in Fort Wayne and its ten neighboring
      rural counties. Legal services lawyers will provide direct
      representation for battered women in a variety of civil legal cases.
      Domestic violence survivors will participate as members of the
      project's advisory board.

      Note these services are to be provided to WOMEN ONLY!

      "Legal services lawyers will provide direct representation for
      battered women"

      This is a direct violation of the United States Constitution which
      apparently is not worth much more then toilet paper in our society
      any more.

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