Talk:Family Violence

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New DOJ resources for child protection[edit]

Does one of the editors want to check and then described and/or add this new DOJ resource somewhere on this page? --Nate Russell (talk) 17:16, 25 June 2013 (PDT)

Resources[edit]

I have added some resources - I am afraid that the generic lists of resources at the bottom of this section may not get readers to core publications. . . and that would be a shame.

1. Re calling police if you have suffered abuse, I added a reference to two LSS resources.

2. Re contacting groups like Battered Women's Support Services - these days the go-to is VictimLink. I added a paragraph about that - it's standard VictimLink language.

3. At the end of the part on protection orders, I included a reference to the booklet, For Your Protection. (main ministry/lss book on the topic)

4. At the end of child protection (end of copy) I made reference to an LSS publication, Parents' Rights, Kids' Rights.

6. In terms of Resources and links, I took out the Dial-a-Law Dating Violence script (not relevant) and added the LSS family law website stuff on child protection. But the text does not seem to be fitting inside the text box - you can see the problem in View. (I hunted about to try to solve this but could not.) Gayla Reid (talk) 17:04, 30 April 2013 (PDT)

Subject matter expert[edit]

The portion about child protection could use a review by someone expert in the subject. JP Boyd (talk) 22:19, 20 May 2013 (PDT)

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