What Is The DVOMB?

The DVOMB is the "Domestic Violence Offender Management Board"

The DVOMB sets regulations surrounding the amount of treatment that must be completed, the types of issues that must be discussed and learned in Colorado DV treatment, and oversees the “management of domestic violence offenders” in the community. The DVOMB also certifies and oversees the curriculum of all domestic violence treatment providers providing court-ordered domestic violence treatment in the state of Colorado.  The DVOMB ensures consistency in the treatment of all domestic violences cases throughour the state, but it also greatly limits consideration of the unique and individual facts of each offense situation.


WHO SERVES ON THE DVOMB?

The Board is a group of approximately eighteen individuals whose primary professions bring them into some type of contact with domestic violence. Each individual seat at the DVOMB table is given to a representative of a certain group, so even when individual members change, the perspective of the seat remains the same. The vast majority of DVOMB members represent law enforcement and domestic violence victims’ service providers. The DVOMB states that its primary mission is to promote “the safety of the community and the affected victims of domestic violence… by containing offenders and promoting offender accountability”.

 

You can visit the official site of the DVOMB by clicking the following link:
http://dcj.state.co.us/odvsom/domestic_violence/index.html

 

Contact The Law Office of Nancy Salomone for more information.

 
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