It doesn’t take a lot to let folks know you care about something… the smallest gestures can have a big impact. Each year many of our law enforcement agencies recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month by placing dv awareness magnets on their cars. These men and women witness the pain, fear and sometimes tragic consequences of domestic violence every single day. They understand the impact of domestic violence… and they’re passionately committed to combatting relationship abuse.
When they place an awareness ribbon on a patrol car, it’s not just a token gesture. It’s a passionate statement about how seriously they address domestic abuse, about their sensitivity toward victims of abuse, and their commitment in partnering to end abuse.
|The Saratoga Springs Police Department partnering with DVRC staff to raise awareness.|
If you see someone being assaulted, call for help
If you know someone who is in an abusive relationship, let them know help is available (DVRC’s 24 hour hotline is a good place to start 518-584-8188)
If you know someone in an abusive relationship but you’re not sure how to help, call DVRC. We can help you determine how best to offer support.