DVIS

AcronymDefinition
DVISDomestic Violence Intervention Services
DVISDefense Vision Information System
DVISDigital Voice Intercommunications System
DVISDigital Voice Intercom System
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In September, 1992, DVIS staff began tracking the number of women murdered in Tulsa.
The outcome was the Police Response Report Form, which would be distributed to all DVIS clients who had interactions with a police officer.
The four major hurdles this group faced were police sensitivity to the response reports DVIS was maintaining; law enforcement officials not wanting task force members to "point fingers" regarding the recent murders; the D.
Once this is done, they should follow the lead of DVIS and join forces with local government leaders, the judiciary, police officials, and others who positively can impact the response to domestic abuse.