Internet safety is on my mind, whether it's protecting children or my clients from online predators, or protecting them from hacking to read emails or see browsing history,whether it's cyber-bullying or invasions of privacy.
Here is a link to all of the Blog posts on Updates in Family Law that deal with Internet issues that may affect divorcing families and vulnerable children. Use them as needed to help yourself, your children, your clients or your friends from falling prey to online victimization. http://tinyurl.com/o4mw2v6
There are many agencies available to help women and their families to escape and/or to prevent family violence. See, for example:
Domestic violence resources ·
Tel. 415-954-9988, ext. 315 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Institute of Justice and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A collection of news articles concerning domestic violence and sexual violence is found here on the website of the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
If you need crisis help:
24-hour line: 888-664-8624
24-hour line: 248-334-1274
24-hour line: 734-995-5444
Detroit Police Department Rape Counseling Center and Domestic Violence
24-hour lines: 313-833-1660 or 313-833-9813
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