Is your company doing enough to protect its employees?


94% of Corporate Security Directors rank domestic violence as a
high-security risk.

Working to prevent domestic violence and protect its victims.

For more than 20 years, Pam Paziotopoulos, president of the Center for Domestic Violence Policy, has been advocating for the prevention of domestic violence and the protection of domestic violence victims. As a national organization, the Center for Domestic Violence Policy is dedicated to addressing and minimizing the most pervasive crime in our country, domestic violence.


Our Corporate Training programs provide useful and comprehensive classroom-style training, webinars, and presentations for HR Directors, Managers, and Employees alike. Our education and training programs include tools designed to ensure participants get the most from the program.


Early intervention and education is key to preventing domestic violence. It's well established that individuals who are educated on the signs, characteristics, and patterns of abusive behavior are more likely to recognize these traits in potential partners and terminate these relationships early on without harm.


Threat assessment is an instrumental tool in preventing and minimizing future violence from offenders. We offer advanced training programs for legal professionals, including police, attorneys, and judges in which participants learn to identify lethal risk factors, future risks to the victim and community, and assess and apply that information in a legal setting.


Bringing consistent, cutting-edge, life-saving domestic violence legislation to every state in the country is a primary goal of the CDVP. While many laws protecting victims are already in place, the CDVP is committed to the constant improvement of legislative policy and protection of victims.


*In the U.S. alone 1,365 women died in 2017 as a result of domestic violence.

Get involved.

1-in-4 women and 1-in-7 men over the age of 18 have been victims of some form of domestic violence by a partner. Unfortunately, this crime has likely affected us or someone we care about. If you’d like to help support our efforts here are four ways. 

Whether you want to make a one-time donation or a regular monthly donation, any amount helps us provide valuable services to the community. Click the button above to go to our donations page.

Attending one of our fund-raising events isn’t just a great way to support us, it’s also a great way to meet some really fantastic people. Click the link above to RSVP to one of our next events and check out photos from past events.

We’re always looking for great, highly-motivated, self-starters to join our incredible community of volunteers. In addition to helping a great cause, you’ll be volunteering along side some really awesome people! Click the button above to learn more.

Whether you’re a small organization or a large corporate entity, membership with the CDVP provides signifiant benefits that help ensure your organization is not only legally compliant, but a safe and productive workplace for your employees as well. Click the button above to learn more about our various membership levels.

Join us at our next fundraiser on Wednesday June 6, 2018

The Center for Domestic Violence Policy Presents:

Positively Purple – An Evening at Concrete Cowboy

Join us for a fun-filled 3-hours of Happy Hour including mingling, dancing, and drinks as we continue to raise awareness and funds for the prevention of domestic and workplace violence.

WHEN:   Wednesday, June 6, 2018   (5PM – 8PM)
WHERE: Concrete Cowboy, 646 N Franklin Street, Chicago, IL 60654

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