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885: Violence, 8-page Book

8-page Book -  Measures: 8½" x 11"
Age: Adults

Violence is a serious problem in the United States. From infants to seniors, it affects people in all stages of life. Violence is a leading cause of injury, physical and mental disability, and death. The consequences of violence, for both victims and perpetrators, are costly. Just as individuals are traumatized by violence so are communities, however, by working together with resources, knowledge, and expertise communities can help protect themselves and individuals from all forms of violence.

The book “Violence” addresses multiple forms of interpersonal and community violence which is prevalent today.

Topics Include: Crime & Violence – Profiling, Hate Crimes, If You Are Pulled Over; Signs of Violence – Threats, Schools & Threats, Types of Threats; Guns & Weapons – Stolen Guns, Kids & Guns, Guns in the Home; School Violence Prevention – Basic Information, Student Support, Who is at Risk; Does Your School?; IP (Intimate Partner) Violence – Basic Information, Protect Yourself When Dating, Does the Person You Love…; Sexual Assault – Basic Information, Extortion, Human Trafficking, Protect Yourself, True or False Sexual Assault Quiz.


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