One out of every three women will be a victim of intimate partner violence. It's important to know that these types of crimes are prosecuted much differently that a battery between strangers. One in eight men will be victims of intimate partner violence. If all men would report this crime, those numbers would be much smaller!
DON'T ENTER INTO A RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN ABUSIVE, PREDATORY OR HARASSIVE IN THEIR PAST RELATIONSHIPS.
K N O W W H O Y O U ' R E D A T I N G, B E F O R E
I T ' S T O O L A T E!
NDVR is the first national database model for an online violent offender and domestic violence registry available to the general public.
When a new relationship is formed, most individuals will tell you what they want you to know about them but not necessarily the truth. Most will not be honest about past civil or criminal offenses, however great or small. This is important to understand as approximately 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are physically assaulted by an intimate partner annually in the United States1, with several thousand becoming murdered or going missing. Furthermore, according to the NCADV Violence Policy Center Annual Report, 2004, approximately 61% of female homicides in this Country are caused by husbands or intimate partners.
NDVR provides the conviction records of offenders, both men and women, who have been found guilty of domestic violence and domestic violence related offenses such as physical battering, stalking, criminal confinement, intimidation, and strangulation, etc. Use of this registry is free to the general public, available by internet 24 hours per day and will even be available through mobile device applications.
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DISCLAIMER: The Names contained herein are not listed by Court.
If you know of someone who IS an offender and is not listed in this registry, PLEASE, PLEASE contact us so that we can research and add this offender. This website is for the benefit of those who are seeking to determine if they're entering into a relationship with someone who may have a criminal past. If you would like more information, please call us at (219) 232-8771.
We are interested in helping state legislators strengthen their domestic violence registry legislation, please call us!
PREVENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
ADDING OFFENDERS TO OUR REGISTRY IS EASY!
Offender must have been adjuducated as guilty in a court of law. Please email the following information to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. The offender's name
2. The City, State and County of offense.
3. The offender's height, weight, eye color and hair color.
4. The offender's date of birth
5. The conviction information (i.e., AGGRAVATED ASSAULT & BARTTERY ON A FAMILY MEMBER)
Once we receive and verify the information, we will add your offender to the National Domestic Violence Registry.
The National Domestic Violence Registry lists the names of those offenders who have been adjudicated as guilty in a court of law. Our registry does not contain the names of all offenders. It is important that you do your homework to judge for yourself whether this person is a person of good moral character and has no violent, harassive or predatory tendencies.
If someone's name does not appear in our database, it is important that you still take the necessary and proper precautions to safeguard yourself, your children and your family.
We understand that some individuals have like or same names. DO NOT believe that this person is the same person listed in our registry. Again, please further our efforts by conducting your own research.
The National Domestic Violence Registry makes no representations either express or implied that the spelling of offender names is accurate or complete.
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Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. Add your offender so that others can learn about dangerous individuals. Pay it forward and allow others to learn. Please remember that domestic violence is everyone's problem. When YOU suffer, we all suffer.
Find out about protective orders in your state, please use the guide created by the American Bar Association.