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Code for DC Message Board › new app for Office of Victim Services

new app for Office of Victim Services

kelli s.
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Washington, DC
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I thought some of you might be interested to know about this new app the Mayor's office created. Whomever is behind this might be a good local gov partner for other projects.

DC Launches First-of-Its Kind App and Initiative to Help Victims of Sexual Assault and Dating Violence

This week, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice Paul Quander and the Mayor’s Office of Victim Services (OVS) joined community-service providers, leading experts in sexual-assault prevention, and law-enforcement officials from throughout the DC area to launch a new, District-wide initiative to address sexual assault and dating violence through the use of technology. The Assault. Services. Knowledge. DC, or ASK DC, initiative features a mobile application, a website and training components aimed at providing resources and raising awareness for victims of sexual assault and dating violence.

The ASK DC app is available for free download in the iTunes App Store, Google Play Store or BlackBerry App World and is compatible with BlackBerry, iOS and Android OS devices. To read more about the program, click here (­.
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