MNADV, along with our sister coalitions and the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), condemn ICE’s actions, and warns that the implications could be deadly for victims of domestic violence who are undocumented and fear reporting abuse.
Hiba is MNADV’s new Project Specialist and will be responsible for coordinating domestic violence training activities for professional audiences, and various other administrative tasks that aim towards the elimination of domestic violence in Maryland.
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Network against Domestic Violence releases its annual report and the results are disturbing. Domestic violence deaths increased over the past year.
On Monday, the MNADV held its 29th Annual Domestic Violence Memorial Service in Annapolis. The service remembered the 42 victims, celebrated the survivors and focused attention on changing laws to reduce domestic violence and improve victim safety.
Today, the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) released 2015-2016 Domestic Violence Fatality Statistics, including victims of intimate partner violence, other individuals who died in domestic violence-related situations, and abusers who committed suicide or were killed.
On January 31, 2017 the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee heard SB 219 – “Criminal Procedure – Pretrial Release – Victim Protection.” which allows victims of crime to complete a confidential supplemental form when charges are filed and to register with Maryland’s Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) service.