Henderson Coordinated Community Response (HCCR)The vision of the Henderson Coordinated Community Response is to provide emergency services to victims of Domestic Violence residing in Henderson, Nevada.
Through a cooperative effort of agencies and individuals, the Henderson Coordinated Community Response works to improve the community response to victims of Domestic Violence, while providing information and resources to those who have been victimized.
On May 4, 2006 the State of Nevada Advisory Council for Prosecuting Attorney's adopted the Domestic Violence Prosecution Best Practices Guidelines. Having a coordinated community response is one of the core strategies in effectively stopping the violence and protecting domestic violence victims. Domestic violence is a significant social problem in all communities. The Henderson City Attorney's Office is committed to creating a coordinated community response in order to assist domestic violence victims.
What is Domestic
Domestic violence is control by one partner over another in a dating, marital or live-in relationship. The means of control include physical, sexual, emotional and economic abuse, threats and isolation.
is Affected by Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence occurs in every culture, regardless of socioeconomic status, education and religious backgrounds. Children are affected by domestic violence.
City of Henderson City Attorney's Office
Henderson Police Department - Victim Witness Program
City of Henderson Neighborhood Services
Rape Crisis Center
State of Nevada - Division of Welfare and Supportive Services
Victims of Crime Compensation Program
Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
Clark County Family Court
Clark County Social Services
Clark County District Attorney's Office
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services