Dating violence on campus a fact of life
Domestic violence is as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.
Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person.
Many stay out of fear, and they hope that it will change because it doesn’t often start this way.
People don’t want the relationship to end, just the abuse.” Another problem that officials like Malsam see is that society does not always judge domestic violence for what it is.
“Domestic violence is about power and control that a person wants over another person,” Johnston said.
“It is difficult to get out of because you don’t know how far the offender will go to punish you for leaving or reporting.
“It makes it seem like ‘oh there is this one case, how did we not stand up for this before?
’ Well it just wasn’t in your viewfinder that particular day.
You may find it helpful to speak with a representative from the Haven Project, IUP Counseling Center, or your local crisis hotline. “Domestic violence is in every ethnic, socio-economic background,” said Fort Collins District Attorney Emily Humphrey.“It doesn’t matter if you are educated or a male or female, domestic violence has been around.” “People don’t think that the crime can happen, but it does.Questions concerning student conduct policies and procedures should be directed to the Office of Student Conduct, 307 Pratt Hall, (724) 357-1264.Below is a list of common types and examples of abuse. Domestic and dating violence are all about the need for one person to gain power and control over another individual.