The following is information about the Domestic Violence resources that are available through the Mesa Police Department Victim Services Unit located at the Mesa Family Advocacy Center. We are Victim Services with the Mesa Family Advocacy Center of the Mesa Police Department. We follow up on situations which result in a person being a victim of Domestic Violence.
We are Victim Services with the Mesa Family Advocacy Center of the Mesa Police Department. We follow up on situations which result in a person being a victim of Domestic Violence.
We would like to offer information and assistance to you and your family about:
- Case Disposition
- Order of Protection Information / Service
- Safety Planning
- Free Counseling
- Resources and Referrals
- Crisis Intervention / Support Service
- In Home Crisis Intervention
- Domestic Violence Education
- 911 phone and recorder program
Domestic Violence Detectives
- Detectives housed at each district specially trained in Domestic Violence issues, laws and victimology.
- Responsible for reviewing Domestic Violence cases and taking appropriate action as quickly as possible.
- Interact with other district officers to improve communication and response.
- Serve Orders of Protection
- Domestic Violence warrant arrests
- Liaison with patrol
- Patrol training
- Victim and suspect education
- Assist other agencies
For more information please contact
- Teri Mingus, Victim Services Specialist
- Gina McAlister, Victim Services Specialist
- Mesa Family Advocacy Center
- Domestic Violence: The Hidden Crime (PDF)
- Domestic Violence Affects Everyone (PDF)
- Teen Dating Violence (PDF)
- Kaity's Law informational flyer (PDF)
- Additional literature provided by Mesa Police Department
- 2-1-1 Arizona - 211 or 877-211-8661
- Empact Crisis Hotline - 480-784-1500
- PREHAB Counselor at the Center Against Family Violence - 480-644-4066
- Legal Advocacy Hotline - 602-279-2900
- National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-7233
Domestic Violence Awareness, Information & Resources (City of Mesa)
The City of Mesa and the Mesa Police Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex or disability in the delivery of services.