Intimate Partner Violence-Pregnancy

October is domestic violence awareness month and because I’m a victim advocate I would like to shed some light on the crime because it is truly a crime to abuse anyone but women who are pregnant are in greater danger. WHY DOES THIS MATTER? Intimate partner violence is a complex form of violence that includes psychological, physical and…… Continue reading Intimate Partner Violence-Pregnancy

Do You Have An Obligation To Protect Your Employees?

We all have thought about what our perfect job would look like whether we have the qualifications are not we have thought about it. Well I was reading a fairly old article but the information is very relevant to today’s life experiences. The question I ask is when we are looking for our perfect job…… Continue reading Do You Have An Obligation To Protect Your Employees?

When Domestic Violence Becomes A Workplace Issue After two employees were killed, the hospital where they worked decided to tackle the issue head-on. By Melissa Jeltsen.

Photo by Павел Сорокин on Pexels.com The two deaths came in quick succession, shocking the close-knit community of health care workers at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. First, in August 2013, an administrative assistant was fatally shot by her estranged husband while she was helping her 3-year-old son get into a car. Five…… Continue reading When Domestic Violence Becomes A Workplace Issue After two employees were killed, the hospital where they worked decided to tackle the issue head-on. By Melissa Jeltsen.

When your abuser is a cop: Domestic violence involving police leaves ‘no margin for error’ – al.com

Morgan County Sheriff’s Deputy Donald Steven Fanning was found guilty of domestic violence by strangulation in Feb. 2012. That same month he was fired from his position. But it wasn’t until 2016 that he was decertified, or prevented from ever serving as a police officer again. “He then grabbed me by my hair on both…… Continue reading When your abuser is a cop: Domestic violence involving police leaves ‘no margin for error’ – al.com

It’s Here!,Telling You’re Stories With Trina. Podcast

I’m so excited, but a little nervous about starting my first podcast. I believe we don’t talk enough about certain issues and some we give to much attention. My objective is to enlighten those who don’t know the signs and statistics of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and maternal health care issues.…… Continue reading It’s Here!,Telling You’re Stories With Trina. Podcast