Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence in Clay CountyOn average, approximately one third of the violent crimes committed annually in Clay County are domestic violence related. Simply stated, more than one third of the perpetrators were the spouse, parent, child, sibling, relative or roommate of the person he/she victimized.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office fully endorses and supports the efforts of the Quigley House, Clay County’s comprehensive domestic violence and sexual assault center. Our agency conducts major fundraising campaigns each year, with proceeds going to Quigley House and the worthwhile services it provides to Clay County residents.

The men and women of the sheriff’s office are committed to reducing crime in Clay County and to protecting our citizens. Curbing and preventing domestic violence are top priorities.

Quigley House
(800) 339-5017
www.quigleyhouse.org

 

VINE is an offender notifications service, which provides victims of crime and other concerned citizens access timely and reliable information. This service is free of charge to registrants and offers victims peace of mind. Vine is completely confidential, and features multiple language support.

*To register your phone number, email, or text simply visit VineLink Search. You will then search for the offender by first and last name. Select *Notify me of status change*. Select the method of notification you would like (you may register multiple types of methods). You will now be notified of any changes in status for the offender.

VINELink™
(877) 846-3435
VineLink