If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted or is in an abusive relationship, there are things to consider when thinking about safety.
There is no foolproof way to protect children from abuse, but there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of harm
The key to keeping your friends safe is learning how to intervene in a way that fits the situation and your comfort level.
Here are some tips to help reduce your risk of being assaulted in social situations.
Conversations about sexual assault can be a part of the safety conversations you’re already having today.
Take steps to protect your personal safety with the following social media safety tips.
There are steps you can take to evaluate caregivers, such as babysitters or nursing homes, to reduce the risk of something happening to your loved one.
Child sexual abuse is a crime that often goes undetected, but you have the power to make a positive difference in a child's life by stepping in when you suspect harm.
If someone is pressuring you, it is important to remember that being in this situation is not your fault...here are some things that you can try.
The majority of those who commit sexual assaults are men. Even so, it is important to remember that the vast majority of men are not rapists.
The laws about consent vary by state and situation, but you don’t have to be a legal expert to understand how consent plays out in real life.
These are some valuable ways to manage your personal information online, as well as tips for following safe browsing procedures.
Alcohol may make it easier for a perpetrator to commit sexual assault and can even prevent someone from remembering that the assault occurred.
Consider these safety tips when you plan to meet someone offline.
If your child has acted inappropriately or hurt another child, it is imperative that you take steps to ensure the safety of others.