Collusion – complicity – conspiracy. What do those words have to do with domestic violence? Well, one theory says uninformed communities, cities, social services organizations, batterers, and others, are all colluding in a way that harms victims of domestic violence. So what is collusion and what do we do about it? First we need to understand it, and that’s where Albert Chagoya of Dallas, TX comes in.
Chagoya is the Director of Addicare Family Violence Program there, and can help us understand what he means by collusion and how it happens. He earned his bachelors degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice in 2003 from the University of Texas in Arlington. He is currently the Co-chairman for DVAC-Dallas County Domestic Violence Awareness Coalition, with professional duties that include state wide batterers intervention training and agency consulting.
Please join us to learn more about collusion when we talk with Albert Chagoya on Saturday.
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