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I would like to refer anyone interested in Domestic Violence to a book written by the World Health Organization called "Researching Violence Against Women." Their website is www.who.int/gender/en. It's an excellent, up to date book with techniques to approach this problem. The WHO organization has sent me several manuals without a fee. If you have an interest please try to contact them and get this manual, it's very informative.


In like manner the spirit also joins in with help for our weakness, for the problem of what we should pray for as we need to we do not know but the spirit itself pleads for us with groanings uttered.

No man serving as a soldier involves himself in the commercial businesses of life, in order that he may gain the approval of the one who enrolled him as a soldier. 5. Moreover, if anyone conten

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Sorry, I thought my last post was under Ask a Cop and I don't know if it can be switched.


In like manner the spirit also joins in with help for our weakness, for the problem of what we should pray for as we need to we do not know but the spirit itself pleads for us with groanings uttered.

No man serving as a soldier involves himself in the commercial businesses of life, in order that he may gain the approval of the one who enrolled him as a soldier. 5. Moreover, if anyone conten

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Thanks for the post...My best friend and I are trying to get an investigation business started here in my home town and one thing we want to do is work with DV cases and try to do like a rescue program! This info will be very helpful thanks alot!