Domestic violence survivors push for bill requiring suspects to lose guns for 5 days

Posted on April 1, 2019

Story by: Keith Eldridge Survivors of domestic violence say it’s critical to have firearms taken away from abusers right at the time police are first  Continue Reading »

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City Attorney offers updates on sex trafficking, opioids, and ecosystem Read more: San Diego Community News Group – City Attorney offers updates on sex trafficking opioids and ecosystem

Posted on March 31, 2019

Story by: Mara W. Elliot As your City Attorney, it’s my job to protect San Diego and its residents. I do that in many ways,  Continue Reading »

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#MeToo Propels a Response to Domestic Violence in the Hmong Community

Posted on March 31, 2019

Story by: Susan Thao MayTong Chang, a domestic violence survivor and now advocate at Hmong American Partnership, was once told by her community, “Don’t call  Continue Reading »

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Pilot program in Provo courts to raise awareness about domestic violence cases

Posted on March 29, 2019

Story by: Ashley Stilson Whenever someone experiences domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, they are often extremely hesitant to take their case to court.  Continue Reading »

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Domestic violence resource centers boost efforts in south Sacramento neighborhoods

Posted on March 25, 2019

Story by: Molly Sullivan In the three years that Dajha Richards was in a troubled relationship with her boyfriend, she kept silent, rarely asking for  Continue Reading »

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