Covid Sheltering Adds Potential New Dimension To Domestic Abuse

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By Joe Leicht Tensions in sheltered or quarantined households have the potential to spill over into domestic violence, and law enforcement is keeping a trained eye on service calls during the covid-19 virus contagion. "The Violence Prevention Center recognizes that not everyone is safe at home," stated Melissa Tutterow, director of development at the Southern …

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