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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month. Join us on Tuesday, September 16th when we will be discussing the topic of intimate partner violence (also known as domestic violence) and the challenges associated with providing services to victims of this crime with Dr. Ron Wallace, adjunct professor in the criminal justice program at Columbia Southern University.
Dr. Ron Wallace
Dr. Ron Wallace is a criminal justice professional with over 30 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He is a recognized subject matter expert in the field of criminal justice and has worked on a variety of projects with criminal justice agencies nationwide.
Dr. Wallace received a PhD in Public Safety with a specialization in Criminal Justice in 2011 and for the past two years has worked full-time as a professor in criminal justice programs nationwide. He has served as an adjunct faculty member in the criminal justice program at Columbia Southern University since July 2012.
In addition to having experience working with agencies that provide services for victims of intimate partner violence, Dr. Wallace has also conducted research and published articles on the topic.
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is defined as threatened, attempted, or completed physical or sexual violence or emotional abuse by a current or former intimate partner. IPV can be committed by a spouse, an ex-spouse, a current or former boyfriend or girlfriend, or a dating partner.
Today's show we will be discussing Domestic Violence and The NfL's handling of Ray Rice and other players who have demonstrated this behavior in the media.
Topics for the show include:
What we saw with the Ray Rice elevator video and what we saw after the media spill.
NFL's handling of the case. Should there be a zero tolerance policy.
The prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence
Cycle of Abuse
Rehabilitation for perpetrators
How to counsel a couple that has experienced Domestic Violence
Renee Stokes-Domestic Violence Advocate http://www.cherylsresilientgirl.com/
Fabian Brown- 7 years in the field of Psychology
Denisha M- Behavioral Specialist and Master of Psychology
Bexley, Ohio Police Chief Larry Rhinehart joins Shattered Lives Radio to discuss his role in domestic violence prevention and advocacy. Currently serving as the board president for Choices, a direct service provider to victims of violence in central Ohio, Rhinehart has a personal stake in the prevention of intimate partner violence and homicide after losing his sister. Chief Rinehart was the recipient of the 2004 Choices Peacemaker award for his efforts against domestic and relationship violence.
Join Host Larry Washington in an enlightening discussion that explores the question, What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? In this episode Larry will share his experiences working with abused women and how many times they were unaware that they were experiencing IPV. This episode will define IPV and help listeners develop a deeper understanding of the barriers that Black women face in acknowledging and identifying themselves as a battered women. Larry will be joined by other advocates and experts who will share their experience and perspectives on the unique circumstances facing Black women as it relates to identifying forms of victimization, seeking services and finding healing after they have experienced IPV.
Bridie Johnson LMSW, a co -writer for one of the first VOWA victims of women’s act & VOCA victim of crimes act grants for Saginaw Counties DART Domestic Abuse Response Team joins CWT4R on Wednesday night. Bridie has been working and assisting social agencies for over 18 years conducting LGBTI inclusive research in Michigan to assess bi laws for policies the educate shelters on LGBTI issues. She trained three LBGTI centers on DV and SA assessments and understanding that DV can happen in same sex relationships and that gender is not an indicator. CWT4R welcomes Yurianna Reyes, the Domestic Violence Community Educator for Mujeres Latinas en Acción. Yurianna has been working in the Domestic Violence Program of MLEA since August 2012, wand her position allows her to reach out to the community through presentations and group counseling. It is time to talk abo
Intimate Partner Violence aka Domestice Abuse and Sexual Abuse is ALLOWED in the Black community. Women Hit Men, Men Hit Women, It's the CULTURE!! It's just as simple as that!!! As we explore who we are, have we really thought about what we have become!!!???
Hey there Tea Sippers and all those who love to have a crumpet or two with their choice of libation. Today's edition will a crumpet dunking good time as we will experience the W.O.Ester himself, Mr. Wyatt O'Brian Evans, host of The W.O.E. Show on PapiChulo Radio, author of "Nothing Can Tear Us Apart" and "Nothing Can Tear Us Apart:RAGE", in addition to being a syndicated columnist and successful voice over artist/instructor.
We will delve into the world of W.O.E and get a better inner/over/outer/understanding of his plight for educating the LGBT populous and others about the dangers of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse and how this growing epidemic is creating havoc amongst same gender loving relationships and their counterparts alike. Plus, we will learn why The WOEster loves to "Bump Dat Shit" with yours truly!! LOL
This is going to be a hot pot of tea for your nerve darlings, so have plenty of crumpets ready for the dunking!
It's not uncommon to think of domestic violence as a one time event; however, the overwhelming majority of domestic violence victims are routinely abused, leading to chronic major health problems. Women who have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in their lifetime were more likely to report having asthma, diabetes, frequent headaches, chronic pain, poor physical and mental health, also health problems which results in physical and psychological damage to victims and their families. It's a national health problem, not "their" problem, and all of us need to recognize and accept the severity of domestic violence and its consequences to society at large.
Today, I will be joined by Susan Delaney of DVCC (Domestic Violence Crisis Center CT) to help us understand the rippling effect of domestic violence, and the importance of joining together to deal with this crisis.
Susan Delaney is founder and director of the Medical Advocacy Project and the Training Advocacy Project for the Domestic Violence Crisis Center of Norwalk and Stamford. Susan has been working in the field of domestic violence advocacy for over twenty five years.
The Sisters Chat team, Dawn Stovall, Sharon Hoggard, LCSW Jannie Robinson and Norfolk State University political science professor Carol Pretlow discuss what's trending in the news and in social media including domestic abuse; the NFL cases and the rise in the number of women speaking about their own Intimate Partner Violence (IPV); the pro-democracy demonstrations in China; the White House security breach and more. Join us at 6 p.m. for refreshing, candid and upbeat discussions on topics in the headlines. Join us on the chat or listen in at 914-338-1541. Our team will offer a different perspective on the things happening in our region, across the country and around the globe. You won't want to miss this episode
Shattered Lives Radio and host Donna R. Gore welcomes Chief Marty Sumner and Shay Harger to the show to further discuss the Offender Focused DV Initiative and how communities in which it’s being utilized are having a positive impact.
A refreshing new approach to combatting intimate partner violence by becoming proactive in the early stages is an important breakthrough by High Point, NC Chief of Police, Marty Sumner.
Although traditional victim focus is still of utmost importance and resources for victims will always be needed, by curtailing offenders at the first offense there’s a likelihood that it will also restrict chronic offenders and remove the immediate danger to the victim more often.
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Random Talk is a product of a long standing friendship, now coming up on 15 years, Carol and I came up with this brilliant idea. Recently on one of our weekly walks, we decided to give people a look into our great discussions and weekly rants.
Friends since 1999, our friendship has taught us patience, forgiveness, support and a host of other lessons. Since then we have both become college graduates, working professionals, business owner, wives, and Carol a mother. We hope to continue our loving friendship for years to come.
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Join Sharea and Carol as they discuss recent events with Ray and Janay Rice. Later they talk about domestic violence and other forms of intimate partner violence; what it is, what it looks like, and who it happens to. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, find help with the National Domestic Violence Hotline, or by calling 1.800.799.7233 (1.800.787.3224 TTY).
Try the websites below for additional information:
National Domestice Violence Hotline
National Center on Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence
The Power and Control Wheel
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Today we are going to talk about domestic violence and how dangerous they can be. Many women and men are victims of domestic violence or intimate partner violence everyday. Over this past weekend a popular youtube fashion blogger was murdered allegedly by her ex boyfriend. She finally moved away from him in hopes of starting a new life and was sadly found by him and gunned down, despite having a restraining order. This stuff has to end. So call in and give your thoughts.