Domestic violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, at anytime regardless of race, ethencity, religion, gender or age. The Milton Police Department takes this type of crime very seriously while simultaneously working to ensure the privacy and safety of the victim. The Milton Police Department is committed to responding to these calls with professionalism, care, sensitivity and understands that not only are the victims affected but children can be as well. Statistics also reveal that children who witness violence are significantly more likely to suffer emotional trauma which can lead to addictions, anxiety and decreased self-esteem.
The Milton Police Department’s Domestic Violence Officer is Maria Martin. Officer Martin's role in domestic violence situations can range from initial response all the way to court prosecution. Officer Martin can be reached via Email or contacted at 617-698-3800.
The Milton Police Department is also fortunate to have a Civilian Domestic Violence Advocate named Katheline LeConte. Katheline, a represenative of Domestice Violence Ended (DOVE), has many resources at her disposal to assist in recovery from domestic violence situations. Katheline is fluent in English and Haitian Creole and can be reached via email or contacted at 617-898-4815.