This booklet provides up-to-date information about the rights of teens in applying for protection orders related to dating violence and sexual violence.
The Vermont Network’s Legal Assistance for Victim’s clinic was created and started taking cases in 2016 and is designed to fill the tremendous legal representation gap that victims of sexual and domestic violence experience in Vermont. A Legal Assistance for Victims (LAV) grant from the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) funds the clinic to represent sexual violence, stalking and … Read More
Is our criminal justice system biased? What role is the domestic and sexual violence movement playing in the efforts to dismantle systemic racism in Vermont? Sarah Robinson, Special Initiatives Coordinator at the Vermont Network joined Will Lambek from Migrant Justice and Mark Hughes from Justice For All for a conversation about these issues and more on The Vermont Conversation … Read More
A recent article in the Burlington Free Press provided an update on the State’s efforts to update and maintain Vermont’s Sex Offender Registry. “Karen Tronsgard-Scott, Executive Director of the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, would rather Vermont not have an online sex offender registry at all, because she says the money could be used for better purposes. ‘There … Read More
Read this recent article in Seven Days about H. 422, a bill championed by the Network to help prevent domestic violence homicide. “Stella Gravel sat before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this month and told her daughter’s tragic story: Early one morning in August 2013, Rhonda Gray’s estranged husband, Troy, shot and killed her in her Fairlee home. He then … Read More
2016 Vermont Network Annual Report
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