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Unformatted text preview: ANTI-LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER VIOLENCE IN 2005 A Report of the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs 2006 Release Draft The production of this report was coordinated by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs Clarence Patton,Acting Executive Director Rachel Baum, LMSW,Associate Director 240 West 35th Street Suite 200 New York, NY 10001 Telephone: 212-714-1184 www. ncavp .org with support from the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project Clarence Patton, Executive Director Diane Dolan-Soto, CSW, Director of Client Services Writing: Clarence Patton Original Graphic Design: David Smoak Illustration: NYC Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project, based on designs by Arch Garland 2 0 0 6 R E L E A S E D R A F T Copyright 2006 National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in whole, or in part prohibited without prior permission from NCAVP. National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs Anti-LGBT Violence in 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary.........................................................1 Introduction.......................................................................................1 Highlights of Findings.......................................................................2 Summary of Recommendations..................................................10 Part 1.About This Report..............................................12 Introduction.....................................................................................12 The Challenges in Responding to Anti-LGBT Violence.........19 Limitations of This and Other Reporting Efforts....................21 Organization of Presentation......................................................24 Part 2. Data,Trends & Analysis.....................................25 Section 1: Incidents........................................................................25 Total Number of Incidents................................................................25 Murders..................................................................................................25 Assaults and Attempted Assaults.....................................................27 Harassment and Intimidation...........................................................28 Location of Incidents...........................................................................31 Serial Incidents.....................................................................................31 Section II: Offenders......................................................................32 Section III:Victims...........................................................................35 Section IV: Law Enforcement Response....................................40 Part 3: Selected Local Summaries.......................................44 Colorado....................................................................................................45 Columbus..................................................................................................Columbus....
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