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Adopted 1985; Revised 1995

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The League of Women Voters of Arizona believes that government, both state and local, including the state legislature and state and local agencies, should assure that necessary services are readily available to serve and protect the abused. These persons should be the focus of careful and timely long- range planning by these agencies and by the courts.
Adequate resource allocations shall be made within child protective and state agency budgets, within police and law enforcement budgets, and within the court system to assure the proper training and education of those who deal with these issues. The League of Women Voters of Arizona supports violence prevention programs in all communities and action to support:

  • Public and private development and coordination of programs that emphasize the primary prevention of violence.
  • The active role of government and social institutions in preventing violent behavior.
  • The allocation of public monies in government programs to prevent violence.

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