Domestic Violence Offender Management
The Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) sets and reviews standards for the court-ordered treatment of domestic violence offenders. Standards are designed to enhance victim and community safety, contain offenders, promote offender accountability, and provide an opportunity for offenders to eliminate violent behavior in all forms. A fundamental principle of the DVOMB is that domestic violence is a crime and not the result of a response to a failing relationship.
How Can We Help You?
- 2017 Biennial Renewal
- 2017 Training Schedule Announced
- DORA Sunset Report 2016 (PDF)
- Clarification Regarding Entry Level Requirements for Treatment Victim Advocates (PNG) 10/2016
- 7.0 Victim Advocacy Standards (PDF) 3/2016
- Training Resources for Treatment Victim Advocates (PDF)
- UPDATE TO STANDARDS: Appendix J: Working with DV Offenders in the Military (PDF) 8/2016
Provider Information Updates
- Name and Agency Update Form
- Treatment Victim Advocate & DV Clinical Supervisors/Peer Consultant Update Form