Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence releases report

Deborah DeBare, executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, speaks at the organization’s press conference at the Statehouse late last month. / COURTESY KRISTA D’AMICO
Deborah DeBare, executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, speaks at the organization’s press conference at the Statehouse late last month. / COURTESY KRISTA D’AMICO
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence recently released a report, “Domestic Violence Homicides in Rhode Island, 2006-2015.” The state’s first such report summarizes key findings, provides homicide incident descriptions and issues recommendations to prevent future domestic violence homicides in Rhode Island. According to the report, from 2006 to 2015, 54 people lost…

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