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Training: Creating a Workplace Response to Sexual and Domestic Violence
When: July 31, 2013
Where: Topeka, KS

  • Over three-quarters of offenders used workplace resources at least once to express remorse or anger, check up on, pressure, or threaten the victim.1
  • 48% of offenders had difficulty concentrating at work, with 19% of offenders reporting a workplace accident or near miss from inattentiveness due to pre-occupation with their relationship.1
  • Nearly 8 million days of paid work each year is lost due to domestic violence issues-the equivalent of more than 32,000 full-time jobs.2
  • 33% of all police time is spent responding to domestic disturbance calls.3

1. Maine Department of Labor and Family Crisis Services study released February 17, 2004.
2. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Injury Prevention and Control; Costs; April 2003
3. National Center on Women & Family Law; Battered Women: The Facts; 1996

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