Safe and Fear-free Environment, Inc. (SAFE)

Safety Plans are a essential tool in responding to Domestic Violence. They are designed by the client with the help of an Advocate, if necessary. SAFE can help you come up with a workable plan to keep you and your family safe. You can call us at 907 842-2320 at any time for more information.


The resources below can be integrated in to a safety plan or used on their own to enhance a survivors safety.

Alaska Trooper Dispatch

Each day the Alaska State Troopers report on calls they respond to. Sexual Assault of a Minor reporting is sometimes delayed to protect the victim.



This website is useful in looking up offenders or seeing if there is past criminal history.


Vinelink is a victim notification website. It will tell you of an inmates change of status. Whether they are going to be released or moved. It will notify you if you sign up for alerts.

Sample Safety Plan

Safety Plan for Victims of Domestic Violence

This is my plan for increasing my safety and preparing in advance for the possibility of further violence. Although I do not have control over my partner's violence, I do have a choice about how to respond to my partner and how to best get myself and my children to safety.

My Important Telephone Numbers

Police: 911 and ______________ (Non-Emergency)

Domestic Violence Program/Safe Home: ___________SAFE 1-800-478-2316 Crisis Line ___________________

District Attorney's Office ____________________________________________

Safety During an Assault 

Women cannot always avoid violent incidents, but they can do a number of things to increase their safety during violent incidents.

I can do some or all of the following:

1. If I decide to leave, I can get out of the house by ________________________ (Practice how to get out safely. What doors or windows will you use?)

2. I can go to ________________________ (Decide this even if you don't think there will be a next time.)

3. In order to be able to leave quickly, I can keep my purse and vehicle key ready by putting them ________________________

4. I can tell ________________________, (neighbors) about the violence and ask them to call the police if they hear suspicious noises coming from the house.

5. I can teach my children how to use the telephone or radio to contact the police and to get help in an emergency.

6. I can use ________________________ as my code word with my children and/or friends when I am in danger, so they will call for help.

7. When I expect an argument, I can try to move to ________________________, a space near an outside door that has no guns, knives or other weapons (usually bathrooms, garages and kitchen areas are dangerous places.)

8. I can use my judgment and intuition. If the situation is very serious, I can give my partner what they want to calm them down. I have to protect myself until I am out of danger.

9. I can call the police when it is safe, and I can get a protective order from the court.

Safety When Preparing to Leave 

Leaving must be done with a careful plan to increase safety. Batterers often strike back when they believe the victim is leaving the relationship.

1. So I can leave quickly, I can leave money, an extra set of keys, extra clothing and important documents with _________________

2. I can open a savings account to increase my independence by _________________

3. I can check with _________________ and _________________ to see who would be able to let me stay with them or lend me some money.

4. The National Domestic Violence Hotline number is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). By calling this free Hotline, I can get the number of a shelter near me.

5. I can rehearse my escape plan and, as appropriate, practice it with my children.

6. Other things I can do to increase my independence:

Checklist - What you may want to take with you, if it is safe to do so:

1. Identification
2. Address book
3. Money
4. Credit cards
5. Medications
6. Social Security Cards
7. Keys (house/car/work)
8. Welfare identification
9. Driver's license/vehicle registration
10. Address book
11. Birth and marriage certificates
12. Checkbook, ATM card and other bank books
13. Work permit
14. School and vaccination records
15. Children's birth certificates
16. Divorce papers
17. Copy of protective order
18. Passport
19. Pets (if you can)
20. Jewelry
21. Photo Album
20. Children's special blanket, doll or stuffed animal