Oct 30, 2018
Police were annoyed in the 1980s because they felt like they were being asked to be social workers. It took legislators to change the law enforcement practices (and hopefully, attitudes) with laws designed to require arrests for those accused of domestic violence.
The consequences of the new laws took some interesting turns over the decades...
Shoutout to pod friends who provided voice-overs for this episode (around the 16 minute mark)!
Thank you Ali, host of In Sight (http://www.insightpod.com), Mysteriously Listed (http://www.mysteriouslylisted.com) and Beyond Your Nightmares (www.beyondyournightmares.com)!
Thanks to Terence,host of All Geeks Aside
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Need help? In the United States call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.
Resources in Australia:
The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation has an excellent list of many resources available
Resources in the UK:
Paladin: National Stalking Advocacy Service,
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