Volunteer to Assist Victims of Domestic Violence
You can be the change you want to see in the world by joining 180’s life-changing mission today. 180’s Volunteer Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) Advocates are civilian members of the community who work collaboratively with law enforcement to provide confidential support, information, and resources to victims of domestic violence at police headquarters. Advocates also discuss with victims safety planning and their legal rights in regard to obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order. By providing support and crucial perspective of the situation, these specially-trained advocates help to empower victims to make informed decisions for themselves and their families. The identities of the DVRT volunteers are kept anonymous. Prior knowledge of domestic violence is not required. 180 and the police departments are committed to culturally and socially diverse teams to better serve the community. Bi-lingual capability is helpful.
October 1st – 24th
Ocean Township Police Department
399 Monmouth Road, Ocean Township
Basic requirements for volunteers to apply: Must be eighteen-years of age or older, have access to transportation, possess a valid driver’s license, be willing to serve on an on-call shift basis, participate in an interview process, pass background investigations and fingerprinting, successfully complete the mandatory 40-hour training, and attend monthly supervisory meetings.
For more information or to obtain an application contact: Sue Levine, Victim Support Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org and 732 264-4360, Ext. 4271, or visit
For forty-three years, 180 Turning Lives Around, a private non-profit organization, has been
dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence, which affects our community.
180’s Domestic Violence 24/7 Confidential Hotline: 732 264-4111 or 888 843-9262
In an emergency: Dial 911