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GPS monitoring could prevent domestic violence


In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it is common for a husband and wife or for same-sex partners to have arguments over certain issues. However, when simple arguments repeatedly turn into heated ones and one of the spouse's ends up hurting the other, this pattern of abuse has a name: domestic violence.

Fight against domestic violence in Pennsylvania continues

Anyone in Philadelphia who lives in a home where violence is a frequent occurrence knows how shattering each instance can be. Whatever their age or gender, those who suffer from domestic violence often have no place to go but to shelters if they want to get away from their abusers.

Philadelphia artist uses art to boost domestic violence awareness


Domestic violence is an issue that continues to affect the Philadelphia community and its families. Whether involving husband and wife, boyfriend and girlfriend or other family members, the dangers - and need for immediate help - are sometimes forgotten amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Victims of domestic violence susceptible to chronic diseases


Domestic violence is a serious issue all over the United States, including in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although domestic abuse comes in different forms, a comprehensive study found that victims of domestic violence are more likely to acquire chronic health problems than people who are not abused.

Survey reflects disturbing results in domestic violence


Domestic violence remains a threat to many communities in the United States, including those in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When it comes to domestic violence, people's realization that they are a victim of domestic violence is a significant factor in battling such forms of abuse. Unfortunately, a recent survey stated that some people stay in the shadows of domestic abuse.

Housing for domestic violence victims gets financial support


One issue, which is not discussed in public by people who have been abused and continue to be abused, is domestic violence. Domestic violence is a worldwide issue; but spousal abuse and all forms of domestic violence directed at children and parents here in Philadelphia are now thankfully getting some much-needed exposure. Efforts by local concerned groups are one of the reasons why the public is taking a hard look at this problem.

Philadelphia residents working to reduce domestic violence


In recent years, Philadelphia communities have witnessed numerous acts of violence against women and children. In fact, domestic violence has reached an all-time high among violent crimes. Police have reported 162 occurrences of domestic violence in the 181st district in 2013, overtaking homicides and aggravated assaults by handgun.

Domestic violence a growing worldwide problem

Family-related abuse comes in many forms, including domestic assault, sexual abuse and stalking. The issue of domestic violence has become so prevalent around the world that international authorities want to see it addressed as a worldwide health problem.

Reduced funding in programs may hurt domestic violence victims

Abuse against women has infested the city of Philadelphia for a very long time. In fact, 108,252 domestic violence cases were reported to the police in 2012. This growing number of domestic violence cases could endanger the lives of Philadelphia women as 24 domestic violence homicides were also reported in 2012. Spousal abuse, or domestic violence, comes in several forms such as stalking, emotional distress and physical and sexual abuse. According to experts, these acts are somewhat related to homelessness, poverty and job instability.

Tattooing by force - one form of domestic violence

According to the FBI, one of every four women in the United States will experience some sort of assault by a boyfriend or husband during her life. Although domestic violence is often a silent crime, some victims bear permanent reminders - tattoos - that demonstrate how their abusers regarded them as little more than property.

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