Advocates for victims of domestic violence can do a better job of anticipating dangerous situations—including those inadvertently created by a victim’s friends and family—Liz Roberts of Safe Horizon said yesterday during a press briefing at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Sometimes, “batterers use children as a way to get to victims,” Roberts, who is deputy CEO and chief program officer of the New York-based nonprofit organization focused on violence prevention, told journalists.
She recalled a . . .
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