- Domestic Violence
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By guidedtosafety on October 22, 2013
From the October 21, 2013 Press Democrat’s “Letters to the Editor …” Domestive Violence EDITOR: October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As we pause to reflect on the toll this crime takes on our community, we realize that one in four women will be a victim. At a recent luncheon in Santa Rosa, California Supreme […]
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By guidedtosafety on August 23, 2013
California Lawmakers Demand A State Investigation Into Colleges’ Inadequate Sexual Assault Policies By Tara Culp-Ressler ThinkProgress California officials will soon begin a review of four colleges’ sexual assault policies, thanks to a legislative committee’s unanimous vote to authorize the evaluation on Wednesday. The decision to conduct an outside review comes after a wave of public […]
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