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S.A.V.E. report on false allegation survey

Today S.A.V.E. (Stop Abusive and Violent Environments) released the results of a first of its kind survey asking participants whether they or someone they know had been falsely accused of intimate partner or child abuse abuse and under what circumstances. The survey was administered via phone to 10,000 residents across the U.S. Using contact info from voter registration records. The response rate was 23% (or 2,300 individuals).

S.A.V.E. Issues Press Release on Mary Kellett

[The following press release went out to 10,000 media outlets today. – PE] PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard: 301-801-0608 tstoddard@saveservices.org Maine Prosecutor Coddles Known Child Abuser In Pursuit of False Rape Claim WASHINGTON, March 30 / P.R. Newswire / Victim advocacy group Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) has filed a Grievance Complaint with the …

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Abuse Hysteria in Maine: The Ghost of Michael Nifong

During the early hours of March 14, 2006, a group of Duke University lacrosse players allegedly raped and sodomized a Black woman. Over the next 13 months, the sleepy town of Durham, North Carolina became witness to a succession of prosecutorial accusations, full-throated media warnings, and castration marches. On April 12, 2007, the state Attorney …

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Tell AG Eric Holder to Take that #$@&! Report Down!

Last year, SAVE sent a 10-page letter to the Department of Justice requesting that the DoJ remove a report filled with biased and erroneous statements. The report, Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research by Andrew R. Klein, repeatedly downplays domestic violence against men, and openly recommends mandatory arrest policies. The flawed report can be …

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New Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence Available

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard, 925-681-9654 WASHINGTON / September 9, 2010 – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this year the theme is “Domestic Violence: Understand the Truth, Stop the Abuse.” To help abuse victims, S.A.V.E. has recently established an Online Support Group for survivors of domestic violence. The Support Group is designed to assist persons in their …

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