Read this article on the WLOX website by clicking here Murder victim’s family speaks about her “controlling boyfriend” By Rebecca Powers GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) – It was chaos outside a coast casino early Monday morning as a murder suspect kept Gulfport police and federal marshals at bay by pointing a gun to his head. The […]
February is National Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, but we know that problems of abuse occur all year long. This video produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is just one of many online resources that parents, teens, teachers and friends can use to start a conversation about topics that are embarrassing, […]
Many times, parents are concerned about their teenager’s dating relationships. They sense that something is wrong, but they don’t know how to talk about it. Unfortunately, this can sometimes end in tragedy. Elizabeth Crecente (mother of Jennifer Ann Crecente; a teen murdered by her abusive boyfriend) stated, “Even thought we were so close, I knew […]
“Dating violence is defined by the United States Department of Justice as: “the perpetration or threat of an act of violence by at least one member of an unmarried couple on the other member within the context of dating or courtship.” This also includes dating between same sex couples, although most statistics have been gathered […]
Click here to see this post on the Stalking Resource Center’s site Stalking Miss. Code Ann. § 97-3-107. Stalking. (2010) (1) (a) Any person who purposefully engages in a course of conduct directed at a specific person, or who makes a credible threat, and who knows or should know that the conduct would cause a […]
A PSA put together by Jessica Pelletier and Sarah Snow in conjunction with the University of Maine Safe Campus Project. “31 Days of Posts” Campaign is a part of National Stalking Awareness Month. Please re-post this message! You never know when something so simple might save someone’s life.