CA - Santa Clara: SANTA CLARA COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNCIL

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SANTA CLARA COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNCIL

SANTA CLARA COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNCIL

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Police-Victim Advocacy Committee (PVAC)

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11:15 AM 12:15 PM

Joyce Ellington Library 491 E. Empire St. San Jose, CA 95112

In compliance with The American Disabilities Act, those requiring accommodation for this meeting should notify Cynthia Hunter
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24-hours prior to the meeting at (408) 299-5158 or cynthia.hunter@ceo.sccgov.org.

This document serves as notice of the Police-Victim Advocacy Committee meeting. Visit our website at http://dvc.sccgov.org The mission of the Police-Victim Advocacy Committee is to effectuate coordination and collaboration

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among law enforcement, victims of domestic violence, victim advocates, and victim helping agencies.

PVAC is committed to domestic violence victim safety, to ensuring that victims are treated with respect and dignity, and that systems are responsive to victims needs. AGENDA
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1.
Welcome Introductions

2. Review minutes from January meeting and vote to approve.

3.
Discussion Items and Work Plan goals

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a.
Q2 Goal: Language access

Review language card for possible use by LE (Cindi Hunter)

Review/report on any language access issues

b.
Q3 Goal: LGBTQ assessments and training

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Report on LGBTQ specific material utilized by agencies

Check-in re: possible culturally responsive LGBTQ training for service providers
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c.
Review IPV Task Force report recommendations and discuss possible PVAC goals

for next fiscal year

4.
Public Presentations

This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons desiring to address the committee on any matter not on the agenda. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes. All statements that require a response will be placed on the agenda for the next regular meeting of the committee.

5.
Emerging Issues or Concerns Related to Victim Safety and/or Case Reviews

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6.
Announcements and or Updates

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