A resource by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General that provides information about identifying the warning signs of abuse and the ways to help: Is someone you know being abused? Do you know the warning signs?
This guide provides in-depth information on the specific risk and safety factors relevant to groups of women who are disproportionately victimized and murdered. It includes dedicated sections on risk identification and safety planning with Aboriginal women, those who are immigrants … Continue reading
Authored by: Caroline Claussen, Elena Esina and Lana Wells Child sexual abuse is a serious and prevalent problem, generating increasing concern among the public, media and various professionals over the past two decades.1 While research suggests that sex crimes against children … Continue reading
Prepared in Partnership by: The Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence; Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence; and the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services This report was created in partnership by AASAS and Shift: The … Continue reading
Prepared in partnership by: The Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence; Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence; and the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services This report was created in partnership by AASAS and Shift: The … Continue reading
Ending Violence Association Training Forum – Transforming Risk: Safety Strategies for Life
This CCWS document is designed as an aid for workers, and focuses on the most common risk factors for lethality in domestic violence cases in order to identify risk and develop concrete safety plans for women and their children. It … Continue reading
Here are a few EVA BC resources that may be helpful: It Can Happen to Your Agency – Tools for Change: Emergency Management for Women’s Services (January 2001) Emergency Preparedness in British Columbia: Mitigating Violence Against Women in Disasters (March … Continue reading