No Survival Guide for Victims of Crime. Answering the proverbial question from victims, "What do I do?"
Cell phone stalking, repeated hang-up calls and harassing text messages. What are you supposed to do?
Teens receiving unsolicited sexual photos and lewd verbal texts. What should they do?
Raped and beaten by someone that you thought was your friend. What should you do?
Left an abusive relationship with only the clothes on your back. What should you do?
You are a CEO of a Fortune 500 company and your colleagues and clients received unsolicited emails photo shopped depicting you in a compromising situation. What should you do?
Your daughter and grandchild were murdered by their husband/father. What can they do?
Your Father's care giver has been funneling monies out of Dad's savings account leaving him penniless. What can you do?
You are being stalked at your workplace. What can you do?
You have been receiving calls everyday from collection agencies demanding payment for accounts you never knew about. Someone has stolen your identity. What should you do?
You were told by law enforcement you need an order of protection and that you should get a restraining order. What should you do?
The perpetrator has been sentenced to 17 years for attempted murder. Does this mean he will serve all 17 years?
These are only a handful of situations and questions that victims of crime face.
Contrary to what a person may believe, it is very difficult for victims of crime to become survivors. When victimized by crime it can be a trauma that lasts a lifetime.
If you are a victim of crime you are not alone.
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