Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family

Commission To Prevent Violence Against Women

The Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women is authorized under Executive Order 2015-04 to address the domestic violence in the State. The Commission consists of members appointed by the Governor. The Commission is tasked with developing legislative and policy recommendations with regard to preventing violence against women, as well as expanding on successful prevention initiatives and coordinating and expanding services for victims of domestic and sexual violence. The Commission seeks to unite and enhance statewide efforts to prevent and end domestic and sexual violence. Members of the Commission represent a wide variety of disciplines, regions and cultural perspectives. 

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Agendas, Minutes and Documents

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family agendas, minutes and other related documents as they become available.

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Sub-Committees / Workgroups

This Council or Commission is able to create sub-committees and workgroups necessary to complete the work outlined in the body's Executive Order. Each sub-committee and workgroup is comprised of members from the Council or Commission, issue-area experts, and/or community stakeholders.

Outreach and Awareness Committee

Increase awareness about sexual and domestic violence throughout Arizona.

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Victim Services Committee

Develop and/or improve statewide polices for providing trauma informed, victim-centered services in cases of sexual and domestic violence.

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Prevention and Training Committee

Increase availability of training and prevention programing in order to improve the response to sexual and domestic violence.

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