Dating violence magazine article
OPDV continued the Teen Dating Violence campaign in the spring of 2006 with new radio and television public service announcements.In May of 2006 the poster won a coveted NORI Award from the Albany Ad Club.
Concluding with the campaign theme, If it doesnt feel right, it probably isnt, the kiosk is designed to trigger recognition in some viewers who may have a feeling that somethings wrong in their or a friends relationship, but they just cant identify it.Every minute in the United States, 24 people become victims of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner, and a significant portion of these individuals attends or is employed by a college or K-12 district.The least discussed or understood form of intimate partner violence is stalking, and many campus administrators don’t know how to properly address or even identify this issue when it is happening in their organizations. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women to provide technical assistance and training to professionals working to end stalking in their communities.Unfortunately, and despite their best efforts, too often administrators, campus security and/or campus law enforcement downplay – or don’t take seriously enough – the threats that are posed by people who are engaging in stalking behaviors.Campus Safety: What’s the danger in ignoring these signs and behaviors?
RELATED: How to Address Relationship Violence with K-12 and College Students Help is available, however, from the Stalking Resource Center (SRC) at the National Center for Victims of Crime. At the Campus Safety Conference East in Washington, D.