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October is 2012 National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Cattaraugus County Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb Promotes Two Victim Notification Programs for Domestic Violence Victims
Little Valley, NY - According to the U.S. Department of Justice, about 1.3 million women are victimized by domestic violence every year. Here in Cattaraugus County, over 500 women and children are victimized yearly.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (NDVAM), a time for law enforcement agencies, victim assistance organizations and community leaders to work jointly to generate greater public awareness about domestic violence, prevention strategies and effective responses for victims.
Cattaraugus County Real Property & GIS is pleased to announce the release of the Parcel Viewer 1.5!
Over the past couple months we gathered much feedback on the new parcel viewer; we found that many users desired a much simpler experience. It became abundantly clear that the most common work flow on our viewer was: find a desired parcel, identify it, look at aerial photos, print/export a map or leave. Therefore, we developed a new version that allows for switching between a road map and aerial photography seamlessly:
Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb proudly announces the graduation of Lt. David Schuman from the 250thFBINationalAcademy atQuantico,Virginia on Friday September 21, 2012. Two Hundred and sixty-four law enforcement officers from 49 states and 24 international countries, three military organizations and four federal civilian organizations participated this session.
DHSES COMMISSIONER ENCOURAGES NEW YORKERS TO PREPARE FOR DISASTER
Issued By: NYS - Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services
Affected Jurisdictions: New York
DHSES teaming up with Retail Council of New York State to encourage personal and community preparedness
Governor Cuomo’s Summit on Emergency Preparedness scheduled for late October
Attached is a flyer for the Basic Large Animal (Horse) Rescue Training for First Responders. The class will be held in Ellicottville on October 17, 2012. Please see the flyer for complete details and RSVP information.
Please see the attached flyer for complete information about free flu shots available for Cattaraugus County First Responders on Wednesday, October 10, 2012. Call (716) 938-2244 for more information.
The Early Identification & Recognition Program of Cattaraugus County is dedicated to increasing community knowledge about mental health. Just as eyes/ears checks and yearly well-child visits are important for children it is equally as important to check in with their emotional health and development as well. For free emotional health screenings contact Meghan Monahan EIR Specialist at 716-701-3315