Rape is one of the most despicable crimes, especially when it is committed against at risk victims such as the elderly or children. While some rapes may be technically unavoidable there are some lessons to be learned from these crimes that may help you avoid being victimized.
Cyber crime in every form is on the rise, and this includes phony charities and cyber looting. Don't let your guard down in times of disaster.
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Crime Victim Stats -- From the Bureau of Justice.
Men For Change -- Men working to end sexism and violence.
MenWeb -- Men's issues. Providing information and support for men. "The world needs a man's heart," Joseph Jastrab, Sacred Manhood, Sacred Earth.
National Victim Center -- Numerous resources in providing assistance to victims of crime and providers of assistance to victims of crime.
The Quiet Storm Project -- The most comprehensive youth dating violence prevention awareness programs available to educators and domestic violence prevention advocates.
Raising Children to Resist Violence -- What You Can Do: A collaborative project of the American Psychological Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Taking The Bully By The Horns -- By Kathy Noll and Dr. Jay Carter. On helping kids deal with bullies, self-esteem and youth violence.
Teacher Talk -- Lesson plans and ideas to help teach students to live more gently and how to cope for the teachers.
Teaching Gentleness -- An APA article.
Violence Against Women Office -- U.S. Department of Justice. Articles, hot lines, grant info, links and more.
Violence on Television -- An APA article. What do Children Learn? What Can Parents Do?
Regina Garson, Editor and Publisher