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Domestic Violence Unit



What Is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence” or “family violence” means an act by a member of a family or household against another member that is intended to result in physical harm, bodily injury, assault, sexual assault, or a threat that places that member in fear of such harm.

Family or household members must:


Mission Of The El Paso Police Department Domestic Violence Unit

To provide the employees of the El Paso Police Department with proper training in domestic violence issues - including proper response, officer safety, empathy for victims; and provide information on domestic violence to the general public, media, community organizations, educational and medical institutions to increase public awareness.


Unit Activities

Helpful Contacts

Center on Family Violence (24-hour Hotline)
(915) 593-7300
District Attorney’s Victim Assistance
(915) 546-2091
County Attorney Protection Orders
(915) 546-2050
Ft. Bliss Family Advocacy Program
(915) 568-4878
Las Americas Refugee Asylum
(915) 544-5126
Child Crisis Center
(915) 562-7955
Rape Crisis (STARS)
(915) 533-7700
Texas Council on Family Violence
(800) 525-1978
National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-SAFE(7233)

Domestic Violence Unit
911 N. Raynor St.
El Paso, TX 79903
(915) 564-7365

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