Santa Rosa police officer who died of COVID-19 remembered by colleagues, community

Posted on April 1, 2020

Story by: CHRIS SMITH Ask people who knew Marylou Armer what they admired most about the Santa Rosa police detective and they’re likely to cite:  Continue Reading »

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Bridgeport domestic violence center staff goes remote, still helping clients

Posted on April 1, 2020

Story by: Tara O’Neill BRIDGEPORT — The staff at the Center for Family Justice continues to work remotely to help clients in crisis during the  Continue Reading »

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Rising European Domestic Violence in Pandemic Seen as Warning for U.S.

Posted on March 31, 2020

Story by: Andrea Cipriano Following the French government’s nationwide lockdown on March 17, emergency calls of domestic abuse to police had spiked by 36 percent in  Continue Reading »

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Amid coronavirus and safety worries, domestic violence victims can still call for help, shelters remain open

Posted on March 30, 2020

Story By: Mary H. Gottfried Sundays are usually the slowest day of the week for the statewide hotline for domestic abuse, but about 25 percent  Continue Reading »

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Louisiana women’s shelters brace for increase in domestic violence during coronavirus

Posted on March 30, 2020

Story By: Sara Pagones Women’s shelters and programs that help domestic violence victims haven’t yet seen a rise in calls for help in the midst  Continue Reading »

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