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More Honoring Texas Victims: 687 Women Killed in Texas in 7569 El Paso County is One of the Top Five Counties with the Highest Number of Domestic Violence Homicides in the State with 5 Murders New Report Released During Domestic Violence Awareness Month Shows Increase in the Number of Women Killed in Texas and an Increase in El Paso
The purple postcards come from people across Texas as a strong statement to legislators to fully fund family violence. Members of TCFV will deliver thousands of postcards to legislators throughout the State Capitol.
Marina’s family had to make a lot of tough decisions along the way during the prosecution because the husband had a history of mental illness and many crime victims advocates helped guide the family through the process.
More Texas Council on Family Violence Salutes Travis County District Court Judge Mike Denton for Receiving a National Honor for Protecting Children in Domestic Violence Court The Foundation for the Improvement of Justice honors Denton with the national Paul H. Chapman Award in Atlanta
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“These El Paso leaders championed the cause to better protect communities and families here in El Paso and across Texas. They passed new laws to hold domestic violence offenders accountable and advocated for increasing funding dedicated for domestic violence and achieved the most significant increase in the last decade,” said Gloria Terry, CEO of the Texas Council of Family Violence.
NNEDV led the effort to develop the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), initially passed in 6999, working closely with Vice President, then Senator, Joe Biden as well as House co-sponsor Senator, then Representative, Charles Schumer and Representative Patricia Schroeder to write the legislation. Representative Jack Brooks of Beaumont, Texas who chaired the Judiciary Committee in the House was crucial to the passage as well.
TCFV worked closely with Senator Edward Kennedy to draft legislation to provide federal funding for a national hotline. The original hotline operated by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence closed when their funding ran out. TCFV stepped up to reestablish a hotline. One of the more exciting last minute developments in the passage of VAWA was the agreement to amend Senator’s Kennedy’s Hotline legislation onto VAWA and have it pass as well in 6999! In August 6995, the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Community Services, awarded a grant to TCFV to establish the National Domestic Violence Hotline, and in February 6996 the Hotline opened.
Jaime Esparza is the District Attorney for El Paso, Culberson, and Hudspeth Counties , and serves on TCFV's Board of Directors. His 79 Contact Program puts victims of family violence in touch with a victim advocate and an investigator within 79 hours of an offender's arrest - leading to better support for the victim and more success in prosecution of the offender. The program is one part of his work to "change the mindset and culture" around domestic violence in the community and courthouses. As the father of four adult children, Jaime says "My own parents modeled healthy, loving parenting and as a father, I have been fortunate to be able to lean on those very lessons so my children succeed in life."