By Paul Schmitt
Help of Door County is working with other agencies to better understand what law enforcement has to deal with when confronting domestic violence in the area. The Coordinated Community Response team (CRRT) is made up of area police officers, judges, court commissioners, social workers and others concerned with stopping domestic violence. Steve Vickman, executive director of Help of Door County, says the meeting helps all parties understand what is like to walk in the other’s shoes.
Help of Door County offers a Domestic Violence Advocacy Services 24 hour hotline along with programs for victims and their families. You can find videos of Domestic Violence Prevention Education below.