Our Commitment


Our coalition works to stop violence by empowering public safety officials with crucial tools and information. We also help elect leaders who value the input of victims and support the smart use of public resources to deter violent crime.

Take Action

Help protect families.
Get involved to stop violence.
Fight for victims.

Please take 3 steps.



1. Call your elected officials

Your vote matters. Your voice matters. 

Tell your elected officials to support victims of violence and their agenda to make our communities safe again. We need public officials to respect victims rights, streamline the search for missing people, and make violent offenders work in prison to pay restitution.


 Click below to:


▽ Thank your Senator for supporting Hailey's Law
A simple technology upgrade could help save the lives of abducted children. Hailey's Law empowers laws enforcement across Missouri to issue Amber Alerts digitally and requires the Amber Alert Oversight Committee to meet annually to improve the system.
  1. Call (573) 751-2151.
  2. Ask the operator to connect you with your state Senator's office.
  3. Thank your Senator for supporting Hailey's Law to streamline Missouri's Amber Alert System.


▽ Urge your Representative to Help Find the Missing
When a body is found, uncovering the person’s identity can take decades. The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, or NamUs, is the U.S. Department of Justice database used to solve these cases. But there's no federal requirement that State coroners, medical examiners, or law enforcement officials utilize the database.

As a result, solvable cases remain unsolved and families are left in the dark about the fate of their loved ones. In many instances, the failure to promptly identify bodies allows murderers to remain free long enough to victimize others.

New York, Connecticut, and Tennessee have passed the Help Find the Missing Act to aid in the search for missing persons. The new law requires police, coroners, and medical examiners to enter all missing persons and unidentified bodies into NamUs.

  1. Call (573) 751-2151.
  2. Ask the operator to connect you with your state Representative's office. 
  3. Urge your Representative to support the 'Help Find the Missing' Act to aid in the search of missing people and help solve cold cases.

▽ Ask elected officials to make violent offenders work
We need to dole out much more than a slap on the wrist to criminals who knowingly cause serious physical injury—or even attempt to kill. Violent offenders deserve mandatory labor in prison to pay restitution to victims.

Our state needs leaders that work to keep the most violent offenders in prison for life.




  1. Call (573) 751-2151.
  2. Ask the operator to connect you with your state Representative's office.
  3. Urge your Representative to support HB 2546.





3. Donate


Take a stand against violence by supporting the smart use of public resources to deter crime! Almost every candidate pays lip service to public safety, but FAVPAC supports candidates actually leading the fight to make our streets safe again.


Please make checks payable to:


Families Against Violence
P.O. Box 1292
Salem, MO 65560

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Paid for by FAVPAC | Zach Sanders, Treasurer
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.