The Domestic Violence Fatality Review Commission is an agency under the Department of Justice whose goals are to identify gaps in Montana’s system for protecting domestic violence victims and to better coordinate multi-agency efforts to protect those most at risk of domestic homicide. The Commission conducts reviews across the state in order to better understand the impact of domestic violence fatalities among Montana families and communities. The Commission members are appointed by the Attorney General and include representatives from federal, state and private agencies, the medical and mental health community, law enforcement and the courts, Native Americans, the legislature, and the MT Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
Montana Domestic Violence Fatality Review Commission Powerpoint Presentation
S.T.O.P in Action: Montana/Domestic Violence Fatality Review Commission Video
Native American Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team
MBCC announces 2015 Program Highlight recipient
MT Domestic Violence Fatality Review Commission receives 2015 Program Highlight Award