• This year, KCSDV is 35. The Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence has been a statewide voice for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and abuse since the nonprofit's founding in 1982. Learn more at About KCSDV.
  • We stand as one, communities united for safety and justice and programs serving all 105 counties. Find help in your area.
  • Congratulations Janene Radke! The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) honors individuals throughout the country who are doing outstanding work in the field of anti-sexual violence within their communities. The NSVRC, in partnership with KCSDV and Family Crisis Services in Garden City, recognize Janene Radke for the outstanding work she does every day.

Editorial - Wichita Eagle - 11-2013

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Editorial 11-2013: Stop domestic violence

The state has a serious and chronic problem with domestic violence, judging from a new Kansas Bureau of Investigation report for 2012 but also from the daily crime news.

Using data from law enforcement agencies around the state, the KBI’s report on Domestic Violence, Stalking and Rape in Kansas found that last year’s reported 24,373 incidents of domestic violence were the most in 20 years of such record keeping, though only a 0.9 percent increase over 2011. The key word is “reported,” as experts believe many more cases occur. Read more

 

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