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Domestic Violence: How Improved Communication Empowers Victims and Emergency Personnel

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In this whitepaper you’ll learn:

  • About 11 million women and 5 million men who experienced some type of intimate partner violence in their lifetime said their first experience started before the age of 18.
  • 43 police officers were killed while responding to domestic disturbance or domestic violence calls between 2011-2020.
  • Incidents of domestic violence increased 8% following COVID-19 and stay-at-home restrictions.

For victims of domestic violence, making a phone call and verbally communicating with emergency personnel during an incident could be life-threatening. And for law enforcement officers, responding to these calls are some of the most challenging and dangerous situations they face.

Discover in this guide how a critical communications platform enables:

  • Victims to discreetly contact agencies during an incident
  • Agencies to securely collect and share important background information with law enforcement
  • First responders to have improved situational awareness

Download this guide to learn how leveraging technology can improve domestic violence-related outcomes to empower both victims and emergency personnel.

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