Domestic Violence

Victim Adovocate Unit

Belton, Missouri

 Police Department

7001 E. 163rd St.
Belton, MO  64012


General Calls: 816.331.5522
Dispatch: 816.331.1500 
TIPS: 816.348.4499 
Fax: 816.322.7057 

Elizabeth Crow

Victim Advocate

816-348-4430

ecrow@beltonpd.org

Cama Suess

Victim Advocate

816-348-4434

CSuess@beltonpd.org

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I can change the locks on my doors and windows.

 

I can replace wooden doors with metal ones.

 

I can install security systems, including additional locks, window bars, poles to wedge against doors, etc.

 

I can buy rope ladders to be used for escape from second-floor windows.

 

I can install smoke detectors and put fire extinguishers on each floor in my home.

 

I will teach my children how to use the phone to make a collect call to me if they are concerned about their safety.

 

I can tell people who take care of my children which people have permission to pick them up and make sure they know how to recognize those people.

 

I will give the people who take care of my children copies of custody and protection orders, as well as emergency numbers.

At work and in public

 

I can inform my boss, the security supervisor and the employee assistance program, if available, about my situation. The number for the EAP office is                                                                                            .

 

I can ask                                                                               to screen my calls at work.

 

When leaving work, I can                                                                                                                                            .

 

If there’s trouble when traveling to and from work, I can                                                                                        .

 

I can change my patterns –

avoid stores, banks, doctor’s appointments, self-service laundries and                                                                                                , places where my partner might find me.

 

I can tell                                                                                and                                                                        that I am no longer with my partner and ask them to call the police if they believe my children and I are in danger.

With an order of protection

 

I will keep my protection order                                                                                                 .

(Always keep it on or near your person.)

 

I will give copies of my protection order to the local police or sheriff and departments in towns where I visit with friends and family.

 

I will give copies to my employer, my religious advisor, my closest friend, my children’s school and day-care center and                                                                                         .

 

If my partner destroys my order or if I lose it, I can get another copy from the court that issued it.

 

If my partner violates the order, I can call the police and report a violation, contact my attorney, call my domestic violence program advocate, and /or advise the court of the violation.

 

I can call a domestic violence program if I have questions about how to enforce an  order or if I have problems getting it enforced.