August 25, 2004
Crisp County -The Family Violence intervention program was launched through the Crisp County District Attorney's office, and is designed to prevent chronic battery in the home.
The program takes twenty-six weeks to complete and works on keeping families safe and together.
Victim Advocate Colin Scott explains "It's a problem that's more domestic than it is criminal in nature. It deals with issues of people struggling for power and control in a relationship."
Scott says battery behavior develops in patterns. He hopes this program will catch many of those patterns in an early stage to eliminate further abuse.
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