Legal reform on a federal level to ensure victims of domestic violence support, that legal steps of
protection will protect them from their abuser, because the legal protocol implemented through the
departments of the law are completely inadequate.
Reform in areas of how to better utilize funds given to domestic violence administrators for domestic
violence victims residing in the shelters throughout the state of Georgia.
Put in place a more interactive support network between victims, survivors to ensure that they can be
better informed of resources available to them.
Changes concerning how domestic violence shelters are ran and directed to ensure that victims are
given access to and encouraged to use all the resources that are available to them.
Set in motion the agenda outlined in “Law of Georgia #3143” on Elimination of Domestic Violence,
Protection, and Support of victims of Domestic Violence.
Stiffer laws, no bail for the arrest of perpetrators physically beating, bruising, murdering victims.
Pressing criminal charges against abusers should be mandatory upon the arrest of the abuser for the
brutal physical evidence at the scene for a victim of domestic violence.
Perpetrators should be charged immediately, remain in jail with no bond until sentenced to prison.
Extra layers of Cybersecurity for domestic violence victims.