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  1. Great news. The county in Ohio that was also awarded DOJ funding is spelled Cuyahoga, and it’s the home of Cleveland. Last fall Plain Dealer reporter @RachelDissell wrote: News of winning the competitive $650,000 federal grant comes after the recent deaths of three Cleveland mothers — all killed by ex-husbands or boyfriends, according to authorities.

    Their deaths focused attention on whether the justice system could do more to keep people who report domestic abuse safer.

    As part of the grant, the Cuyahoga County Witness/Victim Services Center and the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center will work with Cleveland police in the First and Fifth districts to form a “Domestic Violence High-Risk Team.”
    Thumbs up for all districts focussed on ending DV.

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