Domestic Abuse Map Helps Law Enforcement Plan Help Centers

April 9, 2009 at 4:04 pm Leave a comment

The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Orange County, Florida Sheriff’s Office has created a map of domestic abuse that gives a visual display of the location and density of domestic violence incidents in the county.

County officials say that the information will be used to focus the help of social workers, create “drop-in” centers for victims, and hopefully reduce the amount of domestic abuse, as well as provide better aid to victims.

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