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Woman Abuse Prevention Month

Inside Halton  Nov. 14 2016

Halton Violence Prevention Council Chair Chondrena Vieira-Martin at the Woman Abuse Prevention Month....

Report on sexual assault case review...

Inside Halton May 26, 2017

The Halton Regional Police Services Board will received a report on it's...

HRPS sexual assault case review....

Inside Halton June 7, 2017

The Halton Regional Police Services Board sexual assault case review committee wants to hear from survivors....

Woman Abuse Awareness Month

Inside Halton November 3 2017

HVPC commemorates Woman Abuse Awareness Month November 2, 2017.

Domestic homicide case highlights dangers facing women and children

Inside Halton, February 15 2018

On average in Canada, a woman is murdered by her intimate partner every six days.  However, in one week in Peel, Hamilton, and Halton, five women were allegedly murdered by....

Safety booklet created for those experiencing violence and abuse in Halton

Inside Halton, June 4, 2018

HVPC has launched a Safety Planning Booklet to help survivors of violence and abuse develop safety plan to enhance protection and well-being.

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Safety Planning Booklet Launch Event

On May 28 2018, HVPC launched the new safety planning booklet as part of Victims and Survivors of Crime Week.  Members of HVPC and the community learned about the new tool and how to use it with survivors of violence and abuse. Thank you to HRPS Chief Tanner, Regional Chair Gary Carr, MP Karina Gould, MPP Eleanor McMahon and SAFE member Lorraine Rollo for providing greetings and remarks.  

Woman Abuse Awareness Month

On November 2 2017, members of HVPC and community came together to commemorate Woman Abuse Awareness month.  The theme of the event was focused on men's role in preventing violence against women.

Central West Region Sexual Assault Learning Forum

On May 11 2017, the Central Region Sexual Violence Forum was hosted by PCAWA in collaboration with the Domestic Violence Community Coordinating Committees from Halton, Guelph-Wellington, York, and Simcoe County.  The forum was part of an initiative to create a cross regional community of practice to end sexual violence in our communities.

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