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Idaho Domestic Violence Resource Information

As of July 1, revised statute (I.C. 39-6316) requires that law enforcement officers provide domestic violence and sexual assault victims with written notice of how to get assistance in Idaho. We are in the process of redesigning our brochures in both English and Spanish. In the meantime, we do have this temporary version that you can print and distribute as needed.
2022 Idaho DV Resources-English

Open Offender Intervention Program Committee Seat

he ICDVVA Offender Intervention Program (OIP) Committee has an opening for a committee member. The Committee is responsible for establishing standards for treatment ordered for individuals convicted of domestic violence. The Committee meets quarterly to review program applications, review data and monitoring for approved programs, develop training and support to programs, and handle other OIP-related business as needed. Committee members should have relevant experience working with domestic violence offenders and/or survivors. If you’re interested in serving on the Committee, please submit a letter of interest and resume to We would like to fill this seat soon!

To be included on any of the Agendas, please contact us at 208-332-1540.

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