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The Center for Victims of Gender Violence Totana has performed more than 1,500 operations and has served 158 women in 2011 (03/01/2012)

The Center for Victims of Domestic Violence has served Totana during 2011 to 158 women who have been victims of some form of gender violence in the town and conducted a total of 1,501 interventions, both direct and via telephone.

The Councillor for Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities, Eulalia Sandoval explained that the professionals that make up this service have served, since 2008 when the CAVI was launched, a total of 252 women, carrying out, in turn, closely of 5,400 attentions.

Each of the interventions, as the mayor explained, aims at getting comprehensive care, personalized and continuing to provide them with social skills and psychological balance enabling it to overcome the consequences of abuse and prevent imitative learning the roles of perpetrator and victim.

This service provides comprehensive care to women who suffer or have suffered any act of physical violence and psychological abuse including sexual freedom, threats, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, by those who are or have been their spouses or those who are or have been linked to them by similar relationships of affection, even without cohabitation.

Violence Commission

The Councillor responsible for the area continually reminded that meets the Violence Commission is composed of professionals in social services and health, representatives of local police and the Guardia Civil, the equality officer and municipal Technical Centre for Victims (CAVI).

Thus, the Commission, which met in late December, has followed the protocol for municipal Totana, document prepared by professional initiative of the Commission on Domestic Violence which provides an articulated and consistent care which each agent involved (health sector, social, police ...) knows what to do, when and who has the power to act.

The common objectives of the various agencies and technical staff involved in this committee are the detection of domestic violence situations, actions and coordination of existing resources and improving care for victims, as well as information and awareness both professionals and general public of the problem of gender violence.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana

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