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Reporting domestic violence

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The Domestic Violence Reporting Service aims to provide citizens and residents with access to help if they or someone is being abused. By reporting abuse either by submitting a report (later) or contacting the Domestic Violence Center (1919), the Ministry can prioritize people's safety by protecting them from recurrence of violence.

  • Individuals - Social Development Sector

    Beneficiaries - Sector

  • العربية/English

    Available Languages

  • 2016

    Service issue date

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    Time anticipated to close the Request

  • The Domestic Violence Reporting Service aims to provide citizens and residents with access to help if they or someone is being abused. By reporting abuse either by submitting a report (later) or contacting the Domestic Violence Center (1919), the Ministry can prioritize people's safety by protecting them from recurrence of violence.


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  • Conditions and Controls
  • Required Documents
  • FAQ

The Domestic Violence Reporting Service aims to provide citizens and residents with access to help if they or someone is being abused. By reporting abuse either by submitting a report (later) or contacting the Domestic Violence Center (1919), the Ministry can prioritize people's safety by protecting them from recurrence of violence.

  • Are there educational consultations at the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

    The Domestic Violence Reporting Center provides family educational counseling to reduce abuse and domestic violence through a distinguished elite of specialized and aware national female cadres.

  • What are the contact hours for the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

    The Domestic Violence Reporting Center receives all reports received by the toll-free number (1919) or by e-mail 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and on public holidays also on the official Twitter account https://twitter.com/hrsd_1919

  • What are the services provided by the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

    1. Receiving reports in complete confidentiality from citizens and residents from all regions of the Kingdom about cases of abuse, whether from people or from external parties.
    2. The center refers the reports to the family protection units located in various regions of the Kingdom, after classifying and determining the degree of severity.
    3. If the case of abuse requires urgent intervention, the communications center will coordinate immediately with the security authorities providing family counseling.
    4. Inquiries and follow-up of previous communications.
  • What are the categories served by the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

    The Domestic Violence Reports Center deals with all reports of domestic violence within the family, whether from citizens or residents, and serves women of all age groups within the family, children under the age of eighteen, inside and outside the family, the elderly from sixty years and over within the family, and people with disabilities

  • What is the role of the non-profit sector in cases of domestic violence?

    The charitable sector plays an important and influential role in trying to reduce cases of domestic violence, including:

    1- Raising awareness of ways to prevent domestic violence.

    2- Preparing training programs for male and female social protection employees.

    3- Holding workshops to train specialists in the relevant authorities.

    4- Conducting training courses and workshops for groups who are about to get married.

    5- Converting some NGO headquarters into protection units in areas where there are no protection units.

  • What are the stages of reporting within the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

    The report of abuse and domestic violence goes through several stages since it was received by the Reporting and Domestic Violence Center (1919) until the closure of the case. 1- The communication receives trained psychologists and social workers. 2- Communication channels are opened with the protection and rescue agencies linked to the communications center, as required by the case (police - protection units from abuse). 3- If necessary, the case is referred to the security authorities to investigate the case through the communications center or through the protection units. 4- Through the protection units, shelter, social, psychological and health services are provided. 5- Through the Communications Center, family, psychological and social counseling is provided and the case is followed up until it stabilizes. 6- In the case of dangerous communications, the communication is referred to the competent authorities (Police - Public Prosecution - Ambulance if necessary). 7- The communication is followed up with the competent authorities, and legal support is provided if necessary.
  • Is there a regulation and a law that protects children from domestic violence?

    Of course, there is a child protection system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it was issued by Royal Decree No. (M/14) on 2/3/1436 corresponding to 11/25/2014 AD and was published on 12/26/2014 AD corresponding to 3/4/1436 AH Where the system includes the following: Chapter One: Definitions, objectives, cases of abuse and neglect. (phrases and expressions mentioned in the system, the objectives of the system, cases that are considered abuse or neglect if the child is exposed to one of them, cases in which the child is considered at risk of delinquency if the child is exposed to one of them) Chapter Two: The right of the child to protection. Chapter Three: Prohibitions related to child protection. Chapter Four: The child's right to care and responsibility towards him. Chapter Five: Reporting and examining violations of the law, its regulations, and the time it takes effect. Press here

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  • The Domestic Violence Reporting Service aims to provide citizens and residents with access to help if they or someone is being abused. By reporting abuse either by submitting a report (later) or contacting the Domestic Violence Center (1919), the Ministry can prioritize people's safety by protecting them from recurrence of violence.

  • Conditions and Controls Show More
  • Required Documents Show More
  • FAQ Show More
    • Are there educational consultations at the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

      The Domestic Violence Reporting Center provides family educational counseling to reduce abuse and domestic violence through a distinguished elite of specialized and aware national female cadres.

    • What are the contact hours for the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

      The Domestic Violence Reporting Center receives all reports received by the toll-free number (1919) or by e-mail 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and on public holidays also on the official Twitter account https://twitter.com/hrsd_1919

    • What are the services provided by the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

      1. Receiving reports in complete confidentiality from citizens and residents from all regions of the Kingdom about cases of abuse, whether from people or from external parties.
      2. The center refers the reports to the family protection units located in various regions of the Kingdom, after classifying and determining the degree of severity.
      3. If the case of abuse requires urgent intervention, the communications center will coordinate immediately with the security authorities providing family counseling.
      4. Inquiries and follow-up of previous communications.
    • What are the categories served by the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

      The Domestic Violence Reports Center deals with all reports of domestic violence within the family, whether from citizens or residents, and serves women of all age groups within the family, children under the age of eighteen, inside and outside the family, the elderly from sixty years and over within the family, and people with disabilities

    • What is the role of the non-profit sector in cases of domestic violence?

      The charitable sector plays an important and influential role in trying to reduce cases of domestic violence, including:

      1- Raising awareness of ways to prevent domestic violence.

      2- Preparing training programs for male and female social protection employees.

      3- Holding workshops to train specialists in the relevant authorities.

      4- Conducting training courses and workshops for groups who are about to get married.

      5- Converting some NGO headquarters into protection units in areas where there are no protection units.

    • What are the stages of reporting within the Domestic Violence Reporting Center?

      The report of abuse and domestic violence goes through several stages since it was received by the Reporting and Domestic Violence Center (1919) until the closure of the case. 1- The communication receives trained psychologists and social workers. 2- Communication channels are opened with the protection and rescue agencies linked to the communications center, as required by the case (police - protection units from abuse). 3- If necessary, the case is referred to the security authorities to investigate the case through the communications center or through the protection units. 4- Through the protection units, shelter, social, psychological and health services are provided. 5- Through the Communications Center, family, psychological and social counseling is provided and the case is followed up until it stabilizes. 6- In the case of dangerous communications, the communication is referred to the competent authorities (Police - Public Prosecution - Ambulance if necessary). 7- The communication is followed up with the competent authorities, and legal support is provided if necessary.
    • Is there a regulation and a law that protects children from domestic violence?

      Of course, there is a child protection system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it was issued by Royal Decree No. (M/14) on 2/3/1436 corresponding to 11/25/2014 AD and was published on 12/26/2014 AD corresponding to 3/4/1436 AH Where the system includes the following: Chapter One: Definitions, objectives, cases of abuse and neglect. (phrases and expressions mentioned in the system, the objectives of the system, cases that are considered abuse or neglect if the child is exposed to one of them, cases in which the child is considered at risk of delinquency if the child is exposed to one of them) Chapter Two: The right of the child to protection. Chapter Three: Prohibitions related to child protection. Chapter Four: The child's right to care and responsibility towards him. Chapter Five: Reporting and examining violations of the law, its regulations, and the time it takes effect. Press here

  • Individuals - Social Development Sector

    Beneficiaries - Sector

  • العربية/English

    Available Languages

  • 2016

    Service issue date

  • .

    Time anticipated to close the Request

  • The Domestic Violence Reporting Service aims to provide citizens and residents with access to help if they or someone is being abused. By reporting abuse either by submitting a report (later) or contacting the Domestic Violence Center (1919), the Ministry can prioritize people's safety by protecting them from recurrence of violence.


    Delivery Channels

  • Free Service

    Coast

  • Related Application

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