Judge Phil Journey’s vantage point from a courthouse in Sedgwick County — epicenter of the state’s domestic violence caseload — led to development of a package of reform bills he wants the Kansas Legislature to consider.
An upcoming event, “In Their Shoes: Building Healthy Relationships,” will aim to provide young people with an understanding of healthy relationship dynamics.
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, October, community members on Thursday are invited to participate in a candlelight vigil in downtown Lawrence.
Kansas first responders are learning about trauma-informed policing, and the effect of head and neck injuries on survivors.
The Douglas County chapter of Moms Demand Action will observe the 8th National Gun Violence Awareness Day by wearing orange and collecting donations for survivors of domestic violence.
A former neighbor said she knew what happened as soon as she saw Regan Gibbs’ face on the news. She’d called police twice after witnessing altercations in the apartment complex parking lot.
Rep. Jo Ella Hoye is convinced someone convicted of domestic violence or subjected to protection from abuse order and prohibited from carrying a firearm shouldn’t be allowed to live in a residence stocked with guns and rifles.
The community is invited to a candlelight vigil during Domestic Violence Awareness month to remember victims, honor survivors and explore opportunities to act to make a difference.
Actress, filmmaker and KU alumna Chloe Burns wanted accessibility in media for survivors of trauma and domestic abuse. So she set out to create it with a web series of her own.
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