John T. Soyars
CHRISTIAN COUNTY ATTORNEY
Domestic Violence Unit
You can find DV Summit Materials here:
2020 SUMMIT AGENDA
2020 Summit Agenda Final .pdf
click to download
INSTRUCTIONS AND HOUSEKEEPING 
Instructions and Housekeeping for Day of Webinar REV2.pdf
click to download
EFFECTS OF COVID19 ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
Effects of COVID19 on Domestic Violence PP Slides PDF.pdf
click to download
GREEN DOT BYSTANDER INTERVENTION PROGRAM & THE HIGH SCHOOL OVERVIEW 
Changing Our School One Green Dot at a Time (1).pdf
click to download
TRAUMA INFORMED CARE BASICS FOR HELPING PROFESSIONALS 
TIC Basics for Helping Professionals 10.29.2020.pdf
click to download
SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS SOLUTIONS FOR THE HELPING PROFESSIONALS 
Christian County Summit STS Training_final ppt.pdf
click to download
Mindfulness and Well-being Apps.pdf
click to download
Mindfulness Exercises.pdf
click to download
Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale Scoring.pdf
click to download
Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale.pdf
click to download
Self Care Wheel - Blank.pdf
click to download
SelfCare-Wheel - Example.pdf
click to download
Time for Reflection.pdf
click to download
2020 SUMMIT EVALUATION 
Summit Training Evaluation 2020 FINAL.pdf
click to download
SPEAKER BIOS
2020 Summit Presenter Bios FINAL.pdf
click to download
Many victims of crime feel both overwhelmed and overlooked with their experience in court.  It can appear the defendants have all the rights and the victims have none.

In order to address this problem, the Christian County Attorney’s Office employs a full time victim advocate and domestic violence prosecutor.  The primary role of the victim advocate is to assist and support victims of crime.

If you have been victimized by criminal conduct, please contact Tina Newby at 270-887-4114 or tnewbyccava@gmail.com.  Whether the issue is financial restitution, assistance in preparing for court, or answers to the many questions that victims may have, she will be happy to assist you.
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