Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee

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Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee


For further information, please call the Clerk of the Board's Office at (831) 755-5066.

Apply Now (Visit the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Web Site)

Legislative Reference

  • August 27, 1998 Resolution no. 96-357 established the committee
  • April 14, 1998 Resolution No. 98-134 Amended membership
  • July 10, 2001 Resolution No. 01-286 amended membership and added Section III

Membership

Shall consist of twenty-five members as follows:

  • Representative of the Superior Court of California
  • District Attorney
  • Chief Probation Officer
  • Sheriff
  • Chief of Police
  • Representative of Women’s Crisis Center
  • Representative of Shelter, Outreach Plus, South County
  • Representative of YWCA of Monterey County
  • Representative from the Monterey County Commission on the Status of Women
  • Representative from the Department of Social Services
  • Representative from the County Medical Society
  • Representative of the Monterey County Department of Health
  • Representative of the Monterey County Office of Education
  • Representative of the Faith Community Ministerial Associations
  • Representative of the Monterey Rape Crisis Center
  • Representative of the Latino Network
  • Representative of the Elder Abuse Consortium
  • Representative of the Armed Services Military Police
  • Five At-Large Representatives appointed by the Board of Supervisors
  • Two representatives from the Business Community

Terms:

At-large representatives appointed by the Board shall be the same as the appointing district supervisor. Each member has 4 year term, expiring in January.

Qualifications & Functions:

To improve coordination between agencies, departments and the courts for the benefit of victims of domestic violence and abuse. To promote effective prevention, intervention and treatment techniques to be developed based on research and data collection. To improve the response to domestic violence and abuse so as to reduce the incidents. The Council may establish procedures, conduct reviews and develop policies to further the objectives subject to the approval of the Board of Supervisors. Staff support shall be provided by agencies represented on the Council, as mutually agreed.

Meeting Date, Time & Place

Meetings held 4th Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. at the Quadrangle, 1000 S. Main St., R, 110, Salinas.


Staff Contact:

Pam Patterson, District Attorney's office 831-755-5072


District 1-5

Representing Name Appointed Expires
District 1 VACANT
01-02-21
District 2 Guillermo Rodriguez 09-15-15 01-01-19
District 3

 Darlene Acosta

Beatriz Vera-Morga, Alternate

10-10-17

10-10-17

1-01-19

1-03-21

District 4 VACANT
01-02-21
District 5 Sheree Goldman 05-16-17 01-01-21
District Attorney Dean D. Flippo
N/A
Chief Probation Officer Marcia Parsons
N/A
Sheriff Stephen Bernal
N/A
Chief of Police Adele Frese
N/A
Women’s Crisis Center Clare Mounteer
N/A
Shelter, Outreach Plus, South County Reyes Bonilla
N/A
YWCA of Monterey County Robin Kerr
N/A
Monterey County Commission on the Status of Women Vacant
N/A
Department of Social Services Elliott Robinson, Director
N/A
County Medical Society Valerie Barnes, M.D.
N/A
Monterey County Department of Health Elsa Jimenez, Director
N/A
Monterey County Office of Education Phrani Diksa

N/A
Faith Community Ministerial Associations Sister Gloria Loya
N/A
Monterey Rape Crisis Center Clare Mounteer
N/A
Latino Network Tony Acosta
N/A
Elder Abuse Consortium Allison Yant

N/A
Armed Services Military Police Janet Brewster
N/A
Business Community Vacant
N/A
Business Community Vacant
N/A
Superior Court of California Vacant
N/A
Municipal Court Vacant
N/A

 

updated 03-30-17 dh