Maryland should crack down on strangulations By Editorial Board, Published: April 2, 2012 A WOMAN WHO has been the victim of attempted strangulation by her husband or boyfriend is at an astronomical risk of ultimately being killed by that man. This disturbing revelation, contained in a 2008 study in the Journal of Emergency Medicine, lies at… Continue Reading Washington Post Editorial: Maryland Should Crack Down on Strangulations
While local domestic violence programs in the U.S. helped more than 67,000 victims in just one day, unmet requests increased. In just one day, advocates scrambled to find needed shelter, housing, and resources, though sadly could not meet 10,581 requests for assistance. An annual survey conducted by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)… Continue Reading DV Counts 2011 is Here!