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WATCH was created in 1992 as a community response to newspaper reports of a lax, revolving-door justice system which failed to process cases of sexual assault and domestic abuse effectively. Volunteers, recognized by their red clipboards, are trained to monitor these cases as they move through the Hennepin County criminal justice system. WATCH now serves as a national model for court-monitoring programs in other jurisdictions.
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I learned about WATCH from taking a domestic violence class at the University of Minnesota. I was eager to become a volunteer because I loved the work that WATCH was doing. I volunteer once a week and have loved it. Everyone is devoted to the mission and are willing to communicate and explore new ...
After I retired I got involved in several volunteer opportunities working to stop domestic violence. When I heard about WATCH I was intrigued with their work and started volunteering, and I love it! I am impressed with how the organization compiles, analyzes and USES the data the volunteers provide ...
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I volunteer with WATCH because I wanted to be more involved with the community. Currently I work with Hennepin County Human Services Public Health Department and service clients who actively receive public assistance. Usually, I'd service the clients, AFTER they have gone through their court ...
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