Stop Domestic Violence!

by Madison Watts

What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic Violence is continuous acts of agressive and controlling behaviors. These behaviors include physical, sexual, and psychological attacks within a relationship. The relationship may be a current spouse, a former spouse, a family member, a child, parents of a child in common, intimate partners of the same gender, dating relationships, and people offering housing. Regardless of the relationship, domestic violence continues to be the most under-reported crime in the United States!

Come Rally Against Domestic Violence

When:Saturday, November 29th

Where: West Haven green

Time: 2:00PM

"One woman is attacked by her husband or partner every 15 seconds in the United States."- Uniform Crime Reports, FBI

85% of domestic violence victims are women -Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime Data Brief, Intimate Partner Violence

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