Idaho Coordinated Response to Domestic & Sexual Violence

A state-level committee of governmental and nongovernmental agencies to stimulate a more coordinated response, enhance safety for individuals who have experienced domestic violence or sexual violence, improve accountability of offenders, and look for broader system outcomes.



Idaho Risk Assessment of Dangerousness

There are indicators of future risk of harm as well as the italicized indicators of lethality. If you or someone you know is experiencing one or more of the following, contact law enforcement or a local domestic violence program.

  • History of Domestic Violence
    • Strangulation
    • Forced sex
  • Separation
    • Recent Separation
  • Prior Police Contact
  • Threats to Kill Victim and/or the Children
  • Threats to Kill Themselves
  • Coercive/Controlling Behavior
    • Extreme Possessiveness
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse

Click the following for the Idaho Risk Assessment of Dangerousness and research supporting the Idaho Risk Assessment of Dangerousness.

Building Capacity

The Idaho Coalition builds the capacity of community and governmental organizations intersecting with the criminal justice system through research and training.

  • Learning Communities
    • Law Enforcement
    • Coordinated Community Response
    • Employers/Workplace
  • Capacity Building Trainings

To learn more, contact our office at

Find Help

To connect with a domestic violence program near you,
learn your options, or to help a friend, family member,
neighbor or coworker, click here.

Or call one of these 24 hour, free, confidential assistance numbers:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TTY line for deaf/hearing impaired)24 hour, free, confidential assistance

Idaho Domestic Violence Hotline