The Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault within the Department of Public Safety currently has openings on its Council board for public members. The role of the Council is to provide for planning and coordination of services to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, to their families, to perpetrators, and provide support for crisis intervention and prevention programs. Council members are appointed by the governor to represent a wide range of knowledge, expertise and involvement in domestic violence and sexual assault issues statewide. Membership requirements include representation from five government departments, in addition to four public members, at least one who shall be from a rural community.
If you are interested is applying to serve on the CDVSA Council’s Board, please contact the Office of Boards and Commissions for information and an application at The Council depends on the voices, input and expertise of diverse Alaskans from across our state.
If you apply or want more information, please contact Carmen Lowry at