Guest: Captain Gary McNamara, Captain of the Fairfield Police Department.
Captain McNamara and the Fairfield Police Department are making great strides to tackle the issue of domestic violence in Connecticut.
Guest: Claudia Cardenas, director of the counseling center at the Domestic Violence Crisis Center.
An estimated one in every three women worldwide experiences violence, with rates reaching as high as 70 percent in some countries.
The staff at the Domestic Violence Crisis Center is dedicated to the task of helping you and your children find ways to live your lives in peace, without the threat of violence, intimidation or abuse. They have years of experience and expertise in the field of domestic violence. They are counselors, educators and attorneys who advocate for victims in the court system and medical community. They offer SafeHouses where victims and their children can be safe while making more permanent plans. The PeaceWorks Prevention Education Project provides prevention programming in schools throughout our communities to educate young people about healthy relationships. All services are confidential and without charge.
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