Detective: Filing For Warrants Electronically Will Help Protect Domestic Violence Victims

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A Fairfield police detective and two advocates say the closure of most of the state’s courthouses to prevent the spread of COVID-19 has made it harder to protect victims of domestic violence.

In an interview earlier this week, Fairfield Police Det. Kerry Dalling said that she had filed paperwork for a domestic violence arrest warrant almost two weeks previous, and she was still waiting to hear back about the warrant application. 

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