Dolly Mosher is a domestic violence case coordinator for the Victim Services Unit of Halifax Regional Police.
Dolly joined Victim Services in an integrated role with the RCMP in 2003 as the domestic violence case coordinator working on high risk of lethality files in the Halifax region and central Nova Scotia.
She received training from Dr. Jacqueline Campbell of John Hopkins School of Nursing in 2004 on the danger assessment for lethality, and is an Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment trainer and a domestic violence trainer. She has studied grief and bereavement in pastoral care and likes working with seniors.
Dolly is a founding member of Silent Witness Nova Scotia and the current chair of the Crime Prevention Society of Nova Scotia, and co-chairs the High Risk Case Coordination Protocol committees in the Halifax Regional Municipality and in Colchester and Antigonish Counties.