Domestic Violence in Law Enforcement Families

Stories of police brutality have become all too common, but what’s often not talked about is the frequency of domestic violence in law enforcement families. The statistics are hard to verify possibly because of low levels of reporting by fearful victims and even lower levels of arrests and prosecution in these cases. Studies by The…

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What to Do After a Sexual Assault

After a trauma like a sexual assault many women and men are unsure of what to do. Do they report to the police? Should they seek medical attention? The moments, hours, and even days right after, people can experience shock, confusion, and uncertainty along with a whole range of other emotions. Safety – First, and…

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Epidemic of Rape and Abuse in Nursing Homes

Recent news breaking on CNN has brought to light many cases of sexual assault and rape against seniors in nursing home facilities. But this is nothing new to Jamie Richardson, founder of Mission Possible Investigations. Working early in his career as an elder abuse investigator, he saw firsthand the abuse and neglect that can happen…

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What the Term Pedophile Really Means

The statistics are staggering. According to the National Center for Victims of Crime, 1 in 5 girls and 1 in 20 boys will be a victim of child sexual abuse during their lifetime. But what is a pedophile exactly? It’s a term that is often thrown around but largely misunderstood. Although often heard and used…

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