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Hotlines and Helplines - Page 2 Empty Doe Network

Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:30 pm


http://www.doenetwork.org/

(taken from the Doe Network website)

Our Mission

The Doe Network is a volunteer organization devoted to assisting Law Enforcement in solving cold cases concerning Unexplained Disappearances and Unidentified Victims from North America, Australia and Europe. It is our mission to give the nameless back their names and return the missing to their families. We hope to accomplish this mission in three ways; by giving the cases exposure on our website, by having our volunteers search for clues on these cases as well as making possible matches between missing and unidentified persons and lastly through attempting to get media exposure for these cases that need and deserve it.

We cooperate with several Missing Person, Law Enforcement agencies and Medical Examiners and strive to work with more in the future.

Notice:

Due to the overwhelming number of case submissions received recently, The Doe Network is ONLY accepting new cases submitted by law enforcement, medical examiners, Doe Network Area Directors, and family members of the missing at this time.

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Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:32 pm

http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=2801

Child-Protection Resources for Childcare Providers

While we don’t know the exact numbers of children who participate in childcare programs, every year it is possible millions of children are involved in diverse programs. They are at the program site for anywhere from a few hours when participating in before or after-school programs to days when participating in camping programs.

The purpose of Child-Protection Resources for Childcare Providers is to provide specific resources about preventing the victimization of children in these environments and identifying child victims who may be participating in these programs.

This resource list will assist the organizations hosting these programs in their recruitment, screening, training, and supervision of caregivers who interact with children. It will also provide reporting hotlines, information, and safer facility design ideas.

Such organizations may be an attractive setting for those who seek to victimize children. Thus it is imperative for organizations to keep this in mind when recruiting and supervising personnel. And it is also imperative for organizations to do everything in their power to make their programs for children the safe and happy experiences they are meant to be.

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
Training
Facilities Design
Personnel Screening
Additional Resources
Resource List for Special Needs Children
Child-Protection Resources for Childcare Providers

Tips to Help Keep Children Safer While in Care

These resources are provided by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) as a public service. Except for the information directly relating to NCMEC, NCMEC does not sponsor or endorse these resources, cannot guarantee the content of any online resource, and assumes no liability for the accuracy or use of this information.

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Hotlines and Helplines - Page 2 Empty Kidz Safety

Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:33 pm


http://www.cpsc.gov/kids/kidsafety/index.html

Kidd Safety Wants You to be his Playground Safety Buddy!
Kidd Safety needs you to be his playground safety buddy. Each year, more than 200,000 children go to U.S. hospital emergency rooms with injuries associated with playground equipment. Kidd Safety needs you to help make every playground safe. Here's how you can help:

First get a ruler and measure exactly how much surfacing - wood chips, mulch, sand or pea gravel is under your playground equipment. Do you have 12 inches of surfacing? If not, tell your parent or teacher - good surfacing helps prevent serious playground injuries!

Check for sharp points or edges in equipment. If the edge of the playground equipment looks sharp, it could be dangerous. Tell your parent or teacher immediately!

Print a copy of Kidd Safety's (Playground Safety Checklist) and give it to your parents or teacher. Adults need to know how to keep kids safe on the playground.

Make sure surfaces around playground equipment have at least 12 inches
wood chips, mulch, sand, or pea gravel, or are mats made of safety-tested
rubber or rubber-like materials.
Check that protective surfacing extends at least 6 feet in all directions from
play equipment. For swings, be sure surfacing extends, in back and front,
twice the height of the suspending bar.
Make sure play structures more than 30 inches high are spaced at least 9
feet apart.
Check for dangerous hardware, like open “S” hooks or protruding bolt ends
Make sure spaces that could trap children, such as openings in guardrails o
between ladder rungs, measure less than 3.5 inches or more than 9 inches.
Check for sharp points or edges in equipment.
Look out for tripping hazards, like exposed concrete footings, tree stumps,
and rocks.
Make sure elevated surfaces, like platforms and ramps, have guardrails to
prevent falls.
Check playgrounds regularly to see that equipment and surfacing are in
good condition.
Carefully supervise children on playgrounds to make sure they’re safe.




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Safety Basket Gift Idea



The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) suggests giving the gift of safety for a loved one this year for a birthday or any special occasion. If you know a child or an adult that rides a bike, scooter, skate board or uses in-line skates, give them something they really need. Instead of using a basket to hold gifts and goodies, make a basket out of a bike helmet. To be sure your bike helmet meets CPSC’s standard, look for the CPSC sticker inside the helmet.

In addition to the other goodies and gifts you might want to put inside the helmet, you can include some CPSC safety information, so they know you really care. Simply go to the links below and print out the information for your safety basket. Write to U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Washington, DC 20207.

For bike safety publications, ask for publications:

#341 Sprocket Man comic book

#343 Ten Smart Routes to Bike Safety
#345 Kids Speak Out on Bike Helmets
More safety alerts:

Which Helmet for Which Activity
Scooter Safety Alert
In-Line Skate Safety Alert
Skate Board Safety Alert



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Scooter Safety From CPSC
Last year, over 40,000 people were taken to hospital emergency rooms in the U.S. because of injuries from riding scooters. Most of the injuries were to kids under 15!

Here are some good tips that all kids should follow when riding their scooters:





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Safety House Challenge




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Kidz Safety Challenge (Hangman)

Last edited by Ava on Tue 9 Jun 2009 - 23:08; edited 1 time in total




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Kidz Safety Club
You know what you need to wear and be aware of while safely skateboarding, in-line skating and bicycling, now see if you can make a safe and smart journey to the park! For every safety item that you grab you earn two (2) points and for every danger item you run into you will lose one (1) point - to get to the park, you'll have to earn 25 points in 90 seconds. Good luck! (This is an action game and takes a bit longer to load than the other games - be patient and you won't be sorry!)



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Kidz Safety Word Find

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Hotlines and Helplines - Page 2 Empty Toy Hazard Recalls

Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:34 pm

http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/category/toy.html

Toy Hazard Recalls
(Listed by date of issue with most recent first)
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Folding Toy Beach Chairs Recalled by Build-A-Bear Workshop Due to Laceration Hazard
Dinosaur Play Sets Recalled by DND Imports Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Maracas Recalled by Tupperware U.S. Due to Choking and Suffocation Hazards
Lakeshore Learning Materials Recalls Children’s Toy Boxes Due to Choking Hazard
State Farm®️ Recalls Good Neigh Bears®️ Due to Choking Hazard
Pure Fishing Recalls Children’s Fishing Games Due to Violation of Ban on Lead in Paint
Infantino Recalls Infant Toys Due to Choking Hazard
Various Toys Recalled by CBB Group Due to Choking Hazard and Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Old Navy Recalls Stuffed Toys; Button Eyes Can Detach and Pose a Choking Hazard to Young Children
Disney Store Recalls Toy Tool Sets Due to Choking Hazard
Golfer’s Billiard Games Recalled by Dick's Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
DDI Inc. Recalls Toy Construction Play Sets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
JAKKS Pacific®️ Recalls Spa Factory™️ Aromatherapy Kits Due to Explosion and Projectile Hazards
Infantino Expands Recall of Infant Rattles Due to Choking Hazard
Toy Xylophones Recalled by The Land of Nod Due to Choking Hazard
TDI International Recalls Toy Cars Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Woodstock Percussion Inc. Recalls Toy Drums Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Xtreme Toy Zone Recalls Toy Dinosaurs Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
OKK Trading Recalls Toy Army Figures Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Doll Clothing Sets Recalled by Manhattan Group Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
ImagiPLAY Recalls Bead Maze Toys Due to Laceration Hazard
Target Recalls Dive Sticks Due to Impalement Hazard
Swim ‘N Score Dive Sticks Recalled by Modell’s Due to Risk of Impalement Injury to Children
JA-RU Recalls Toy Trains Due To Choking Hazard
OKK Trading Recalls Toy TVs Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Xylophones Recalled by King Import Warehouse Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Wooden Toys Recalled by Earth Friendly Due To Choking Hazards
Halloween Figurines Recalled by Coyne’s & Company for Lead Hazard
Rage Wireless Guitars Used with Popular Video Gaming System Recalled Due to Chemical Burn Risk
Toy Boats Recalled Due to Burn Hazard
Hasbro Inc. Recalls to Repair Nerf Blasters; Child’s Skin Can Get Caught in Plunger of the Toy
Toy Boats Recalled by Buzz’s Boatyard Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Police Cars Recalled by TCB Imports Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Wood Abacus Recalled by LTD Commodities LLC Due to Choking Hazard
Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled by Protocol Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
Wooden Infant Toys Recalled by Habermaass Corp. Due to Choking Hazard
Hobbico Inc. Recalls Batteries Used In Radio-Controlled Helicopters Due to Fire Hazard
Fisher-Price Recalls Learning Pots and Pans™️ Toys Due to Choking Hazard
Wooden Toys Recalled by Earthentree Due To Choking and Strangulation Hazards
Children’s Stuffed Toys Recalled By Daiso Due to Choking Hazard
Kids II Recalls Infant Rattles Due to Choking Hazard
Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled by Innovage Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
Redcat Racing Recalls Remote Controlled Toy Vehicles Due to Remote Control Defect
Westminster Inc. Recalls Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Due to Risk of Fire
eStyle Recalls Mini Chef Toy Kitchens Due to Choking and Tip-Over Hazards
Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Sold Exclusively in Walgreens Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards by TWIE
Kids Station Toys Recalls Little Tikes Toy Cell Phones Due to Choking Hazard
Floppy Friends Horse Toys Recalled by Toy Investments Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Disney Store Recalls Tinker Bell Wands Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
West Music Recalls Shaker Guiro Instruments Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Master Toys & Novelties Inc. Recalls Little Rider Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Manhattan Group Recalls Infant Rattles Due to Choking Hazard
Push Toys Recalled by Santa’s Toy Corp. Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Hobby-Lobby Int'l Recalls Battery Chargers Used with Helicopters Due to Fire Hazard
OKK Trading Recalls Toy Robots Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Children’s Board Book Sets Recalled By Dalmatian Press Due to Choking Hazard
Magnetic Dart Boards Recalled By Henry Gordy Int’l; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Plush Insect Toys Recalled by Dollar Tree Stores Due to Choking Hazard
Imaginarium Activity Centers Sold at Toys “R” Us Recalled Due to Choking Hazard
Plush Rocker Toys Recalled By Tek Nek Toys Due to Fall Hazard
Educational Insights Recalls Ring Toss Games Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Plan Toys Inc. Recalls Toy Penguins Due to Laceration Hazard
Hobby Lobby Stores Recalls Easter Egg Containers and Spinning Egg Tops Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Puzzle Vehicle Sets Recalled Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard; Sold Exclusively by QVC
MEGA Brands Recalls Magtastik and Magnetix Jr. Pre-School Magnetic Toys; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal

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Hotlines and Helplines - Page 2 Empty Toy Hazard Reacalls

Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:36 pm

MEGA Brands Recalls MagnaMan Magnetic Action Figures; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Battat Recalls Additional Magnetic Construction Sets; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Toy Sundae Sets Sold at Target Recalled by Battat Inc. Due to Choking Hazard
Toy Airplanes, Cars, and Motorcycles Recalled by S.U. Wholesale Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Infantino Recalls Infant Rattles Due to Choking Hazard
Family Dollar Recalls Magnetic Dart Boards; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Cinderella Battery-Powered Toy Cars Recalled by Dumar International USA Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled By Soft Air USA Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
West Music Recalls Egg-Shaker Toy Instruments Due to Choking and Aspiration Hazards
Children’s Toy Gardening Rakes Recalled by Downeast Concepts; Violates Lead Paint Standard
Kids II Inc. Recalls Crib Toys Due to Choking Hazard
Toy Wooden Block and Train Sets Recalled By Christmas Tree Shops Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Battat Recalls Magnetic Construction Sets; Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Toy Racing Cars Recalled by OKK Trading Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Cranium Cadoo Board Games Recalled Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Sears and Kmart Recall Play Stoves Due to Tip-over Hazard
Toy Wrestler Figures Recalled by A.A. of America Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Wagons Recalled by Tricam Industries Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Tot Tower Blocks Recalled by eeBoo Corp.; Children’s Toy Can Pose Choking Hazard
Super Magnet Toys Recalled by MTC Due to Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Stuffer Bear Recalled Due to Choking Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Victoria’s Secret Internet site
AAFES Recalls “Soldier Bear” Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Children’s Toys Recalled by Dollar Tree Stores Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Children’s Water Globes Recalled Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard; Sold Exclusively at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
Fishing Games Sold at Grocery Stores Recalled by Far East Brokers Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Bell Racing Recalls Collectible Mini Racing Helmets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Children’s Snow and Sand Castle Kits by Paricon Recalled Due to Sharp Edges; Sold Exclusively at LL Bean
Curious George Plush Dolls Recalled By Marvel Toys Due to Risk of Lead Exposure
Spin Master Recalls Aqua Dots – Children Became Unconscious After Swallowing Beads
Schylling Associates Recalls Collectable Toy Robot Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Schylling Associates Recalls Dizzy Ducks Music Box Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Additional Spinning Top Recalled by Schylling Associates Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Schylling Associates Recalls Duck Family Collectable Toy Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toy Cars Recalled by Dollar General Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
International Sourcing Ltd. Recalls Toy Dragster and Funny Car Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Swimways Corp. Recalls "Skippy" Pool Toys Due to Laceration Hazard
Laugh & Learn™️ Kitchen Toys Recalled by Fisher-Price Due To Choking Hazard
Toy Figures Recalled by Henry Gordy International Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Toys "R" Us Recalls Elite Operations Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
SimplyFun Recalls Ribbit Board Games Due to Risk of Lead Exposure
Jo-Ann Stores Expands Recall of Children’s Toy Garden Tools Due to Violation of Lead in Paint Standard
Fisher Price Recalls Go Diego Go Boat Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
The Gymboree Corp. Recalls Toy Swords Due to Breakage and Laceration Hazard
Dunkin’ Donuts Recalls Glow Sticks Due to Choking and Strangulation Hazards
J.C. Penney Recalls Disney™️ Winnie-the-Pooh Play Sets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Bendable Dinosaur Toys Recalled by Kipp Brothers for Excessive Lead
CKI Recalls Children’s Decorating Sets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard; Sold Exclusively at Toys “R” Us
Eveready Battery Co. Recalls Toy Flashlights Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Kids II Recalls Baby Einstein Color Blocks Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
KB Toys Recalls Wooden Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Target Recalls Plush Boys Rattles Due to Choking Hazard
Lan Enterprises Recalls Doll Strollers After Child’s Finger Tip was Severed; Product Also Poses an Entrapment Hazard to Young Children

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Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:36 pm

Guidecraft Inc. Recalls Children’s Puppet Theaters Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Children’s Toy Rakes Sold Exclusively at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Recalled Due to Violation of Lead in Paint Standard
RC2 Recalls Knights of the Sword Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Target Recalls Children’s Toy Gardening Tools and Chairs Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
RC2 Corp. Recalls Additional Thomas & Friends™️ Wooden Railway Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Fisher-Price Recalls Bongo Band Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Fisher-Price Recalls Geo Trax Locomotive Toys Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Mattel Recalls Various Barbie®️ Accessory Toys Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Thomas and Friends, Curious George and Other Spinning Tops and Tin Pails Recalled By Schylling Associates Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Hampton Direct Recalls Magnetic Toy Train Sets Due to Lead Exposure Risk
Additional Reports of Magnets Detaching from Polly Pocket Play Sets Prompts Expanded Recall by Mattel
Mattel Recalls Doggie Day Care™️ Magnetic Toys Due to Magnets Coming Loose
Mattel Recalls Barbie and Tanner™️ Magnetic Toys Due to Magnets Coming Loose
Mattel Recalls “Sarge” Die Cast Toy Cars Due To Violation of Lead Safety Standard
Mattel Recalls Batman™️ and One Piece™️ Magnetic Action Figure Sets Due To Magnets Coming Loose
The Orvis Company Recalls Children's Toys Sold with Sleeping Bags Due to Choking Hazard
Fisher-Price Recalls Licensed Character Toys Due To Lead Poisoning Hazard
Risk of Explosion and Hearing Damage Prompts Recall of Remote Control Airplanes
New Easy-Bake Oven Recall Following Partial Finger Amputation; Consumers Urged to Return Toy Ovens
AAFES Expands Recall of "Soldier Bear" Toy Sets Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard
Serious Intestinal Injury Prompts Kipp Brothers Recall of Mag Stix Magnetic Building Sets
Infantino Recalls Children's Toy Castles Due to Choking Hazard
Target Recalls Toy Barbeque Grills Due to Laceration Hazard
RC2 Corp. Recalls Various Thomas & Friends™️ Wooden Railway Toys Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard
Gemmy Industries Corp. Recalls Flashing Eyeball Toys Due to Chemical Hazard
Toy Drums Recalled by The Boyds Collection Ltd. Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard
AAFES Recalls "Soldier Bear" Toy Sets Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard
Tri-Star International Recalls Children's Toys Due to Choking Hazard
Bookspan Recalls Discovery Bunny Books Due to Choking Hazard
Bookspan Recalls Clip-on Baby Books Due to Choking Hazard
Small World Toys Recalls Children's Take-Apart Townhouse Toys; Detached Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Battat Inc. Recalls Parents®️ Magazine Toy Cell Phones for Choking Hazard
Graco Children's Products Recalls to Replace Soft Blocks Towers on Activity Centers Due to Choking Hazard
Target Recalls Anima Bamboo Collection Games Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard
Magnetix Magnetic Building Set Recall Expanded
Small World Toys Recalls Children's Wooden Sound Puzzles with Knobs for Choking Hazard
Target Recalls Activity Cart Toys Due to Choking Hazard
OKK Trading Recalls Baby Dolls Due to Choking Hazard
Regent Products Corp. Recalls Stuffed Ball Toys Due to Lead Hazard
Estes-Cox Radio Control Airplanes with Lithium Polymer Batteries Recalled for Fire Hazard
Toys "R" Us Recalls "Elite Operations" Toy Sets Due to Lead and Laceration Hazards
Sportcraft Recalls Inflatable Bounce Houses Due to Impact Injury Hazard
Jazwares Inc. Recalls Link-N-Lite™️ Magnetic Puzzles, Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Fisher-Price Recalls "Laugh and Learn" Bunny Toys Due to Choking Hazard
Battery Packs for Toy Vehicles Recalled by JAKKS Pacific Due to Fire Hazard
Easy-Bake Ovens Recalled for Repair Due to Entrapment and Burn Hazards
Geometix International LLC Recalls MagneBlocks™️ Toys, Ingested Magnets Pose Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
Target Recalls Baby Rattles and Ornaments for Choking Hazard
Remote-Control Helicopter Toys Recalled Due to Burn Hazard
Nintendo of America Initiates Replacement Program for Wrist Straps Used with Controllers for the Wii Video Game System
Wal-Mart Recalls Stuffed Christmas Beagles Due to Choking Hazard
BRIO Corp. Recalls Bell Rattles for Choking Hazard
Serious Injuries Prompt Recall of Mattel's Polly Pocket Magnetic Play Sets
Target Recalls Various Toys Due to Lead and Laceration Hazards
Target Recalls "Play Wonder" Puzzle Tables for Choking and Laceration Hazards
Remote-Control Helix Micro Helicopter Toys Recalled for Burn Hazard
Gund Inc. Recalls Woodles™️ Activity Toys for Choking Hazard
RC2 Recalls Toy Keys Due to Choking Hazard
Baby Cookie Monster Toys Sold with DVD at Wal-Mart Recalled for Choking Hazard
Suave Kids Bath Sets Sold at Wal-Mart Recalled for Choking, Other Hazards
Playskool Voluntarily Recalls Toy Tool Benches after the Death of Two Toddlers
LEGO Recalls Toy Trucks Due to Puncture Hazard to Young Children
LeapFrog Recalls to Repair Children's Activity Centers Due to Arm Entrapment Hazard
Pool Toys Recalled by Wild Planet Toys Due to Risk of Impalement Injury to Children
Spin Master Radio-Controlled Toy Airplanes Sold Exclusively at Toys R Us Recalled for Burn Hazard
School Specialty Publishing Recalls Children's Science Kits for Thermal Burn Hazard
Cage Bell Musical Instruments for Babies Recalled for Choking Hazard
Lead Poisoning Hazard Prompts Recall of Fun Express Children's Toys Given Away at Libraries
Children's Cooking Sets with Glass Lids Recalled for Laceration Hazard
Small World Toys Recalls Toy Vehicles for Choking Hazard
Tiffany and Company Recalls Paloma Rattles for Aspiration, Laceration Hazards
Electronic Toy Guitars Recalled, Small Parts Pose Choking Hazard
Ruby's Diner Inc. Recalls Giveaway Yo-Yo Toy for Choking Hazard
Toy Phones Recalled for Choking Hazard
Child's Death Prompts Replacement Program of Magnetic Building Sets
Toy Cars Recalled for Choking Hazard
Children's Jewelry Sold at American Girl Stores Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard
Radio Control Toy Trucks Sold by QVC Recalled for Fire Hazard
RadioShack Corp. Recalls Toy Pliers Due to Choking Hazard
BRIO®️ Corp. Recalls Pull-Along Snail Toy Due to Choking Hazard
Children's Toy Jewelry Recalled Due to Aspiration Hazard
The Little Tikes Co. Recalls Animal-Shaped Flashlights Containing Lead Paint Sold at Target
Toy Mobile Phones Recalled for Choking Hazard
Remote Control Flying Saucers Sold by QVC Recalled for Fire Hazard
Chicken Limbo Party Games Recalled After 23 Reports of Injuries
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant Musical Toy Chair Posing Strangulation Hazard
Maxim Enterprise Inc. Recall of Mini Learning Cube Toys Sold at Target
Chuck E. Cheese's Recall of Plastic Siren Whistles
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Recall of Toy Sets
International Playthings Inc. Recall of Toy Vehicles
International Playthings Inc. Recall of Viking Chubbies Toy Cars
American Greetings Corporation Recall of Fairy Wand Party Favors
Dorel Juvenile Group USA Recall to Repair Battery-Powered Ride-On Vehicles
Douglas Company Recall of Plush Toys
Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. Recall of Certain AC Adaptors Sold with Slim Version PlayStation®️ 2 Systems
Hidden Hills Productions, Inc. Recall of Floor Mat Map Games
Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc. Recall of Toy Boxes
Target Recall of Children's Toy Trucks
Pokémon USA Recall of Pokémon Plush Toys
Shakespeare Fishing Tackle Division Recall of Children's Fishing Poles
Wal-Mart Stores and Infantino Recall of Fun Frog Soft Gyms
Pamela Drake Inc. Recall of Wooden Push Toys
Fisher-Price Recall of Push Toys
Fisher-Price Recall of Pogo Sticks
California International Trading Recall of Pacifiers and Two Electronic Toys
Zebco Recall of Children's Fishing Poles
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Recall of Karaoke Cassette Player/Recorders
Baja Products Recall of My First Crayon-Balls™️ and My First Crayon-Ball™️ Activity Sets
QSP, Inc. Recall of Flying Saucer Toys
Ocean Desert Sales Inc. Recall of Children's Stuffed Yarn Bunnies
Tiffany and Company Recall of Farm Teether Rattles
Dollar Tree Stores Inc. Recall of Electronic Musical Toys
Dollar General Corp. Recall of Dive Sticks
Wal-Mart Stores Recall of Reef Rocker Infant Toys
New Star Toys & Gifts Inc. Recall of Toy Cars
Kids Station Inc. Recall of Children's Musical Drum Sets Sold Exclusively at Toys "R" Us
Riviera Trading Inc. Recall of Children's Costume Bracelets
AA Importer Inc. Recall of Push and Electronic Toys
International Playthings, Inc. Recall of Earlyears®️ Spirolly Rattle
Tai Tung International Recall of Car and Washing Machine Toys
Hasbro Inc. Recall of Monster Rockets
TOMY Company Recall of Pokémon Plush Toys
HearthSong Recall of Children's Toy Balls
Determined Productions Recall of Plush Toys Sold at Kohl's Department Stores
Kmart Corporation Recall of Pool Pump Water Guns
Recall of Summerville™️ Toy Truck Sets
Recall of Metal Toy Jewelry Sold in Vending Machines
Lakeshore Learning Materials Recall of Doll Sets
Associated Electrics Inc. Recall of Battery Chargers for Radio Control Race Cars
Far East Brokers and Consultants Inc. Recall of Kiddie Car Cruisers Sold Exclusively at Big Y Stores
Front Porch Classics Recall of "Old Century Dread Pirate™️" Coffee Table Games
DK Publishing Recall of Children's Board Books with Sound Makers
Kids II Recall of Children's Mirror Books
Tek Nek Toys Recall of Ride-On Toys
Mattel, Inc. Recall of BATMAN™️ BATMOBILE™️ Toy Vehicles
Nikko America Recall of Radio-Control Toy Trucks
Babies "R" Us and Playwell Recall of Snail Push Toys
FAO Schwarz Inc. Recall of Fire Engine Pull-Along Toys – Toys Must Be Returned by March 31 to Receive Refund
Brand Imports, LLC Recall of Children's Rings
Schylling Associates Recall of Wooden Music Radio Boxes
Mary Meyer Recall To Replace Plush Spider Baby Toys
PlayWell Toy Company Recall of Activity Cubes
Hasbro Recall of NERF®️ Big Play Footballs™️
Curiosity Kits Inc. Recall of Discovery Kids Pottery Wheel Kits Sold at Discovery Channel Stores
K'NEX Industries Recall of Children's Toys
Kindermusik International Recall of "Lily Pad Clacker" Instruments
Graco Children's Products Recall of Bumble Bee Toys with Blue Antennae
Avon Products Inc. Recall to Repair Jack-In-the-Box Toys
First & Main Inc. Recall of Plush Toys
Schylling Associates Inc. Recall of More "Jack-In-the-Box" Type Toys
American Greetings Corp. Recall of Crazy Bounce Balls
Schylling Associates Inc. Recall of Jack-In-the-Box-Type Toys
Advantage Publishers Group Recall of Children's Activity Books
BRIO®️ Recall of Toy Drums
Neurosmith Recall of Children's Plush Toys
Magic Cabin Recall of Wooden Toy Cars
Results of Investigation of Yo-Yo Water Ball Toys
L.M. Becker & Co. Inc. Recall of Toy Necklaces
CDX Trading Inc. Recall of Toy Jets
Small World Toys Recall of Children's Puzzle
HearthSong Recall of "Happyvillagers" Toy Sets
MagicCabin Recall of Toy Trucks
International Playthings Inc. Recall of Toy Stacking Rings
Small Small World Recall of "Egg Dippers" Easter Plush Toys
JAKKS Pacific Recall of "Spit Smatter" Spray Foam
Fisher-Price Recall of Crib Mobile Toys
The Step2 Company Recall of Toy Drumsticks
International Playthings Inc. Recall of Toy Vehicles
Swimways Corp. Recall of Pool Dive Sticks
Fisher-Price Recall of Little People®️ Animal Sounds Farms
Battat Recall of Drumsticks Sold with Toy Drum Sets
Playskool Recall of Magic Start Crawl 'n Stand Toys
TNT Fireworks Recall of Party Popper
Learning Curve Int'l Inc. Recall of Lamaze Activity Toys
Dollar Tree Stores Inc. Recall of Plush Bears and Snowman Dolls
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Recall of Woody Dolls
The Betesh Group Recall of "Busy Bug" Plush Toys
BRIO Recall of Toy Trumpet
Playnation Play Systems Recall of "Fun Buckets" on Backyard Play Sets
Build-A-Bear Workshop Recall of Stuffed Bears
Kmart Recall of Wooden Toy Vehicles
Lovee Doll & Toy Co Recall of Talking Dolls
Zutano Recalls Stuffed Bunny Toys
Halo Burger Recall of Flashlights and Batteries Sold in Kids Meals
Eveready Battery Co. Inc. Recall of Kidz Club Flashlights
Disney Store Recall of Monsters, Inc. Character Plush Dolls
IKEA Recall of Stuffed Teddy Bears
BRIO®️ Corporation Caterpillar Pull Toy Recall
Dollar Tree Stores Inc. Stuffed Pool Animal Recall
Dollar Tree Stores Inc. Toy Sponge Recall
Chicago Bears Bobble Head Figurine Recall
Pottery Barn Kids Wooden Clacker and Ride-On Toys Recall
Radio Flyer Inc. Steering Wheel on Toy Car Recall
Small World Toys Sorter Toys Recall

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Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:37 pm

Lauri®️ Inc. Toddler Activity Sets and Puzzles Recall
BRIO®️ Corporation and Small World Toys Snail Pull Toy Recall
Radio Flyer Inc. Repair Ride-On Push Cars Recall
Graco Toy Track on Activity Centers Recall
Little Tikes Pop 'n Scoot Ride-on Toys Recall
Megatech Recall of Rechargeable Battery Packs for Radio Controlled Airplanes
Lands' End Recall of Soft Farm Set
Southern Wood Products Recall of Children's Toy Box
The Sportsman's Guide Announce Recall of the Big Red Wagon
California Company Agrees to Pay $125,000 Fine for Importing Illegal Toys
Spin Master Toy Plane Recall
Kolcraft Toy Steering Wheels Sold on Strollers Recall
Prestige Toy Recall of Duckie Ring Rattle/Teethers
Discovery Toys Recall of Children's Toy
Rose Art Children's Soap Making Kit Recall
Replacement Instructions for Graco Activity Trays
Unilever Recall of Plush Snuggle®️ Bears
Alpha International Recall of Pedal Cars
Lite Machines Recall of Motor Speed Controller
Kids II Inc. Recall of Pop Links Toys
Baby Buzz'r International Recall of Toy Baby Buzz'r
BRIO®️ Corp. Recall of Curious George Toys
Manley Toy Direct Zapper Toys Recall
KB Gear Toy Car Computer Mouse Set Recall
HandsOnToys, Inc. Rattle Recall
JA-RU "Blast Balls" Toy Recall
Candlewick Press Recall Children's Board Books
Sassy Rattle Recall
Discovery Toys Children's Toy Phone Recall
Palliser Furniture Ltd. Recall Toy Boxes
Racing Champions Ertl, Inc. Recall Children's Toy Toolboxes
Kids II Recall Butterfly Baby Toys
STK International Recall Children's Toys
XL Machine Ltd. Recall Dollhouse Furniture Sets
Burger King and Alcone Recall of Two Kids Meal Toys
Inca Imports Recall Stuffed Bears
Toy Feeding Sets Recalled by Imperial Toy Corp.
Toy Kittens Recalled by DSI Toys
Preschool Toys Recalled by Chicco USA Inc.
Remote Controlled Toy Race Car and Galileo Weather Thermometer Recalls
BRIO®️ Recall of Toy Baking Sets
Remote Controlled Toy Race Car and Galileo Weather Thermometer Recalls
Push'n Pop Toys Recalled by Raymond Geddes & Co. Inc. of Baltimore, Md.
Spin Master Toys Recall of Water Rocket Toys
Unilever Home and Personal Care USA Recall of Snuggle®️ Teeny Bean Bears Included with Fabric Softener
Creative Consumer Concepts Inc. and Whataburger Inc. Recall of Kid's Meal Toys
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant and Toddler Toys
Zapper Toys Recalled by Eight Firms
Children's Wands Recalled by Meijer Inc.
Radica USA Ltd. Recalls Baseball Video Games to Replace Bats
Burger King and Alcone Kid's Meal Toy Recall
McDonald's "Scooter Bug" Happy Meal Toy Recall
Toy Drums Recalled by Eden LLC
Educational Games Recalled by Lakeshore Learning Materials
Children's Brooms Recalled by EMSCO Inc.
BarbieTM Sunglasses Recalled by IMT Accessories
"Planet Discovery" Kid's Meal Toy Recalled by Chick-fil-A Inc.
Toy Vehicles recalled by Supreme Toys
Wooden Dog Pull Toys Recalled by Pottery Barn Kids
"Busy School Bus" Toys Recall/Replacement by Playskool
Bath Toys Voluntary Recalled to Remove Squirting Fish by Sassy, Inc.
Stuffed Toys Recalled by Pier 1 Imports
CPSC, LeapFrog Announce Recall to Repair "Alphabet Pal" Educational Pull Toys
CPSC, Playskool Announce Recall of Additional 170,000 Busy Poppin' Pals Toys
Plush Rabbit Toys Recalled by Small Small World
Curious George Musical Pull Toys Recalled by Prestige Toy Corp.
Toy Xylophones by Dolgencorp Recalled
"John Lennon" Crib Mobiles by the Betesh Group Recalled
Toy Bars Recalled by Maya
Klackeroo Infant Toys Recalled by Playskool
Toys Included with Kids Meals Recalled by Fazoli's
"Get Up & Go" Toy Walkers Recalled by Fisher-Price
Busy Poppin' Pals Toys Recalled by Playskool
Tangled Treeples Toys Included in Kids Meal Recalled by KFC
Plush Shape Sorters and Stacking Toys Recalled by Gymboree
Children's Play Tables Recalled by Shelcore
Caterpillar Toys Recalled by Child GuidanceTM
Baby Jumper Seats & Construction Toys Recalled by Fisher-Price
Doll Feeding Sets Recalled by Dollar Tree
Toy Cars Recalled by Kellogg
Sky Dancers®️ Flying Dolls Recalled by Galoob®️
Spinning Ride Toys Recalled by Today's Kids
Toy Baby Phone Recalled by Vtech
Children's Picnic Sets Recalled by Mervyn's
Tweety Rattles and Sandals Recalled by Warner Bros. Studio
Wooden Stacking Toys Recalled By Jack Rabbit Creations
Precious Keepsakes Rattle Recalled by Russ Berrie & Co.
Bead Coaster Recalled by Maxim Enterprise and Zany Brainy
Enchanted Garden Inchworm Pull Toys Recalled by Manhattan Group
Race Car Collectibles Recalled by Action Performance Companies
Toy Chests Recalled by Thornwood Furniture Manufacturing
Skateboard Keychains Sold With Teddy Bears Recalled by Vermont Teddy Bear
Pokemon Balls Recalled by Burger King
Magnet Games Recalled by Safari
"Selecta" Wooden Toys Recalled by Käthe Kruse Doll Co.
CPSC, Manufacturers Announce Recall to Replace Toy and Youth Basketball Nets
CPSC, Gateway Announce Recall of Foam Rubber Toy Cows
Ohio Company Sentenced for Selling Recalled Toys
Toy Flashlights Recall
Precious Moments®️ Tender Tails®️ Stuffed Toys Recalled by Enesco
General Mills Recalling Mini-projector Flashlights
CPSC, Tiger Electronics, Ltd. Announce Recall to Replace "Pooh Poppin' Piano" Toys
CPSC, Toys "R" Us Announce Recall of "Bathtub Baby" Doll Sets
CPSC, Hasbro Announce Recall to Repair Star WarsTM LightsaberTM Toys
CPSC, Firms Announce Swimming Pool Dive Stick Recall Because of Impalement Risk to Children
CPSC, Restoration Hardware Inc. Announce Recall of Stuffed Sock Monkeys
CPSC, Firms Announce Recalls of Toys
Beanbags Sold With Barney™️ Hopscotch Game Towels Recalled by Franco
Firms Announce Recall of Toy Trucks
Firms Announce Recall of Wooden Shape Sorter Toys
Colorbök Announce Recall of Blue's Clues™️ Toy Notebooks
Peg Perego Announce Recall of Children's Riding Vehicles
Safari Ltd. Announce Recall of Toy Puzzles
Chariot Victor Publishing Announce Recall of VeggieTales' Dave and the Giant Pickle Playset
Toy Manufacturers Announce Recall to Replace Toy Basketball Nets
Summer Infant Products Inc. Announce Recall of Crib Rail Toys
Fisher-Price Announce Recall to Repair Power Wheels Ride-On Battery-Powered Vehicles
Firms Announce Recall of Stuffed Animal
Playwell Toy Announce Recall of Xylophone Mallets
CPSC, Kmart Corp. Announce Recall of Inflatable Baby Floats
CPSC, Tara Toy Corp. Announce Recall of Flying Dolls
CPSC, Almar Sales Co. Announce Recall of Children's Jewelry Sets
CPSC, Crate & Barrel Announce Recall to Repair Toy Chests
CPSC, T.S. Toys Announce Recall of Activity Block Sets
CPSC, In-Mar Trading Inc. Announce Recall of Jet Fighter Toy and Various Squeak Toys
CPSC, Laiko International Announce Recall of Knock-A-Block Wooden Toy
CPSC, Michael Friedman Corp. Announce Recall of Rattles
CPSC, STK International Announce Recall of Baby Rattles
CPSC and Safety 1st Announce Recall to Replace Bouncing Buggy Toys
CPSC, KB ToysTM Announce Recall of Bubble BeautiesTM Floating Balls
CPSC, Oscar Mayer Announce Recall to Replace Decals on Pedal Cars Because of Lead Hazard
CPSC, Payless ShoeSource Announce Recall of Child's Novelty Purses
CPSC, Arby's Announce Recall of Toy Saxophones
CPSC and Sanrio Inc. Announce Recall of Mascot Plushes Animal Toys
CPSC, Warner Bros. Stores Announce Recall of Tweety Key Rings
CPSC, Atico International Announce Recall of "Eyeball" and Smiley Face Floating Balls
CPSC, Fisher-Price Announce Recall of Infant Toys
CPSC, The First Years Announce Recall to Repair High Chair Gym Toys
CPSC, Rite Aid Corp. Announce Recall of Two Flying Dolls
CPSC, Effanbee Doll Company Announce Recall of Miniature Rocking Chairs
CPSC, Nancy Sales Co. Inc. Announce Recall of Bean Bag Crab Toys
CPSC, Toys "R" Us Announce Recall of Children's Soap Craft Set
CPSC, BRIO Announce Recall of Wooden Clown Toys to Replace Hats
CPSC, STK International Announce Recall of Clock Tambourine Toys
CPSC, Novi Kids Announce Recall of Halloween Bounce Balls
CPSC, Nadel & Sons Toy Corp. Announce Recall of Stuffed Bears
CPSC, Al-Dan Trading Inc. Announce Recall of Wooden Vehicle Toys
CPSC, Multiple Firms Announce Recall of Children's Toy Jewelry
CPSC, United Tradeline Announce Recall of Toy "Hot Pet Car"
CPSC, Placo Announce Recall of Star Wonders Flying Dolls
CPSC and Kreiner Imports Announce the Recall of Kinder Chocolate Eggs Containing Toys
CPSC, Ohio Art Company Announce Recall of Splash Off Water Rockets
CPSC, Al-Dan Trading Inc. Announce Recall of Infant Toys
CPSC, Creative Products Inc. Announce Recall of Toy Jewelry Sets
CPSC, Klutz Inc. Announce Recall of Chinese Jump Ropes
CPSC, IKEA Announce Recall of Stuffed Animals
CPSC, Fisher-Price Announce Recall of Toy Police Cars
CPSC and The Mazel Co. Announce Teddy Bear Recall
CPSC, Etna Products Inc. Announce Recall of Wooden Toy Cars
CPSC and Division Sales Inc. Announce Wooden Toy Truck
CPSC, Playskool Announce Recall of "Weebles Tractor" Toys
CPSC, Catton Brothers Corp. Announce Recall of Disney Babies Romper Sets for Boys and Girls
CPSC and Determined Productions Inc. Announce Recall of Wendy's Felix the Cat Roller Fun Balls
CPSC, Tonka Announce Recall of Soft Walkin' Wheels Toy Vehicles
CPSC and Division Sales Announce Recall of Baby Buzz Infant Toys
Cabbage Patch Kids®️ Snacktime Kids Dolls Refunded by Mattel
CPSC and Dairy Queen Recall Toy Water Batons
CPSC and MDK Inc. Recall Model Trains
CPSC and PriceCostco Recall Animated Santa
Wooden Toys Recalled Because of Lead Paint
CPSC and Importers Announce Recall of Toys and Rattle
Price Stern Sloan Announce Exploring Nature Science Activity Kit Recall
Dolgencorp Inc. Announce Recall of Toy Telephones
Direct Source International Announce Plastic Halloween Bucket Recall
CPSC and Radio Flyer Announce Recall of Little Wood Wagon
CPSC and Gerber Products Co. Announce "Flip Fingers Rattle" Recall
CPSC and Christmas Tree Shops Announce Toy Truck Recall
CPSC and Kids II Announce Recall of SnackTime Stroller Toy Bar
Hedstrom Issue Safety Warning for My Pet Bear Ride-On Toy
CPSC and Gibson Greetings Announce Stuffed Animal Recall
CPSC and Man's Trading Co. Announce Recall of Rolling Clock Push Toy
CPSC and Jade Express Inc. Announce Baby Rattle Set Recall
Dan-Dee International Announce Teddy Bear Recall
CPSC and Playskool Issue Safety Alert for Moon Bouncer
CPSC and Toy-O-Rama Announce Stuffed Animal Recall

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Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:38 pm

The Americas Wooden Armadillo and Turtle Recall
Division Sales Announce Wooden Caterpillar Recall
CPSC and Everything's A Dollar Announce Toy Truck Recall
Tuesday Morning Inc. Announce Cobbler Bench Toy Recall
Little Tikes Co. Announce Toddle Tots Dinosaur Mountain Playset Recall
Division Sales, Inc. Announce Wooden Toy Truck Recall
Accoutrements Announce Squeak Toy Recall
Gymboree Announce "Gymrattle" Recall
CPSC and Charpente Announce Pull Toy Recall
Imperial Toy Corporation Announce Toy Recall
Fao Schwarz Announce Children's Sewing Board Recall
Small World Toys Announce Toy Bracelet, Vehicle Recall
Four Seasons General Merchandise Announce Pull Toy, Paper Weight, and Liquid Timer Recalls
CPSC and Dakin Inc. Urge Consumers To Remove Small Pom Poms
Consolidated Stores Corp. Announce Mini Puzzle Recall
Sanitoy Announce Recall Of "Rolling Ball Rattle-Teether"
Division Sales Announce Recall Of Funtasty Speed Boat Toy
Zoll Woodworks Announce Recall Of "Fudge Pop" and "Lolly Pop" Rattles
CPSC and Hebron Imports Announce Pom Pom Drum Toy Recall
CPSC and The Bazaar Inc. Announce Recall Of Vinyl Squeeze Toys
Patagonia Inc. Announce Penguino Stuffed Toy Recall
Arcotoys Announce Disney Play 'N Pop Activity Toy Recall
CPSC and Dan Brechner Announce The Recall Of Toy Bracelets and Wooden Dump Trucks
Wompkee Inc. Announce Recall Of "Wompkee" Stuffed Doll
CPSC and Kenner Announce Recall Of "Colorblaster" 3-D Spray Art Toy
Dollar Tree Stores Announce Wooden Toy Truck Recall
CPSC and Jade Express Inc. Recall Baby Rattle Sets
Just Toys To Recall "Quick N' Easy Micro-Bake"
CPSC and M. Pressner & Co. Recall Toy Necklace
Kidpower Recalls Cars In "Zap Zap Racetrack" Sets
Amscan Recall of Bracelet and Necklace Party Favor Toys
CPSC, Target Stores Recall Inflatable Snoopy Christmas Toys
Small World Toys Recalls Two Toy Necklaces
Kid Dimension Inc. Recalls "Littlest Pet Shop Tea Set"
The Berton Company Recalls Infant Toy "Roll-Back Toy"
Big Save International Corp. Recalls Toy "Play Tool Truck"
Imaginarium Recalls Toy "Fun Music Center"
Black & Decker Recalls Surge The Reversible Shar-Pei Dog Hand Puppet; Possible Choking Hazard
Four Seasons General Merchandise Recalls Educational Toys
CPSC and Wholesale Warehousing Recall Toy Truck
Link & Pan Of Texas Inc. and CPSC Recall Stuffed Bears
Stacking Toy Recalled For Choking Hazard Risk
Parents Urged To Remove Pom-Pom From Santa Barney; Choking Risk Cited
Shure Products, Toys R Us Recall Art Set With Lead Poisoning Hazard
Star Sales Company Inc. Recalls "Baby Snack" and "Boat and Trailer" Toy Sets
"Surprise Party Time Ball" Toy Contains Look-Alike--Drug Capsules
Candy Filled Toy Funglasses Are A Choking Hazard
Toy Puzzles Recalled Due To Potential Choking Hazard
Baby's Bucket-Sorting Toys Recalled Due To Potential Choking Hazards
Toy Bi-Plane Recalled Due To Potential Choking Hazards
Colbert Collection Recalls Wooden Armadillos
Etna Products Company, Inc. Recalls Toy Wagon Due To Choking and Lead Hazard
172,000 Children's "Thunderbat" Noisemaker Plastic Bats Recalled
CPSC Announces Recalls Of Imported Crayons Because Of Lead Poisoning Hazard
Certain Crayons Recalled by Concord Enterprises
Pier 1 Imports Recalls Pull Toys
Reeves International, Inc. Recalls Kouvalias Music Toy Due To Potential Choking Hazards
Dillon Importing Company Recalls Toy Jewelry
Toy Racing Cars Recalled by Mccrory & Crest Industries
Fisher-Price Recalls Kiddicraft Racing Rover Car
Fisher-Price Recalls Snuggle Light Doll
Oriental Trading Company, Inc. Recalls Five Toys
New York Firm Recalls Toy Police Car and Dumper
Toy Helicopters Recalled by Suarez Toy House
San Pacific International, Inc. Recalls Bamm-Bamm's Drum & Flute Toy
Playskool Inc. Announces Recall Of Its Playskool Teddy Bear
Coynes, Inc. Recalls Musical Cordless Toy Telephone
Taco Bell Corp. Announces Voluntary Recall Of Promotional Items
Palkar Recalls Plastic Building Blocks Sold In Toys "R" Us Stores
Brik Toy Company Recalls "The 3-In-1 Construction Table" Due To Potential Choking Hazard
Lead Paint Hazard Found In Four Children's Puzzles
Wang's International, Inc. Recalls Wooden Christmas Toy Trucks Due To Choking Hazard
Mccrory Corporation Recalls Sweet Family Blessings Baby Doll
Lights, Camera, Interaction!, Inc. Recalls Fuzzy Puzzles
Value Merchants Inc. Recalls Patty and Her Puppy and Triplet Dolls
Handi-Craft Company Recalls Three Toys
Toys R Us Recalls Magic Feeding Bottles
The Dollywood Company Recalls Plastic Rattle & Flute Toy Due To Choking Hazard
Target Stores Recalls "My First Buddys Pop Pop Cars" Due To Potential Choking and Aspiration Hazards
Creative Products, Inc. Recalls Lovely Sonny Doll Due To Choking Hazard
T.P.I. Of Illinois, Inc. Recalls Three Toys
Lord Howards Inc. Recalls Toy Helicopters
Everything's A Dollar, Inc. Recalls Toy Wooden Block Truck Due To Choking Hazard
Toy Power, Inc. Recalls Two Toys Because Of Potential Aspiration and Choking Hazards
Choking Hazard Prompts Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. To Recall Bunny On A Stick
Chilton-Globe, Inc. Recalls Evenflo Mini Nursers Doll Care Set Due To Choking Hazard
M. Ginsburg & Co. Recalls Toy Nursing Bottle Due To Choking Hazard
Toy Bunny Rabbits Recalled
Everything's A Dollar, Inc. Recalls Fish Style Jolly Rattles Due To Choking Hazard
CPSC and Mcdonald's Notice Of Doc Delorean Exchange
Aldi, Inc. Recalls Mykids Bump-And-Go-Wonder Loco Due To Choking Hazard
Tara Toy Corporation Recalls Sesame Street Push Power Toys
Kenner Announces Repair Program On Its Colorblaster Spray Art Toy
Blue Box Toys Inc. Recalls Activity Water Ball
Hyman Products, Inc. Recalls Jingle Bell Cat & Jingle Bell Dog Due To Choking Hazard
North American Bear Company Recalls Two Stuffed Animals
Value Merchants, Inc. Recalls Symphony Loco Train
Jak Pak, Inc. Recalls Rain Or Shine Dolls
Mccrory Corporation Recalls Play Cars Because Of Choking Hazard
Tara Toy Corporation Recalls Sesame Street Nursery Set
Water Toys Recalled
Aprica Ride-On Toy Recalled
Infant Playmats and Stuffed Skunk Toys Recalled
Mattel Voluntarily Recalls Disney Poppin' Sounds Pull Train
Ranger International Corp. Recalls Wooden Puzzles
LJN "Sling 'Em-Fling 'Em" Wrestling Ring Toy Recalled
Wal-Mart Recalls Plastic Halloween Toy Trumpets
600,000 Toy Nursing Bottles Recalled
SLM Corporation Recalls Toy Motorized Zippers Airplanes
Lederer Industries Recalls Wisdom Blocks Train Set
Unitrade Marketing Group Recalls Peg Pounder
Mccrory Corporation Recalls Funny Zig-Zag Copter and Wind-Up Circus Wagon
Star Sales Company Recalls Teddy Pet With Cassette
Remco Baby, Inc. Recalls Roll Back Wheel Toy
TDT Toy Company Recalls Plastic Telephones Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Nylint Corporation Recalls Thomas The Tank Engine Toys
Harco, Inc. Recalls Rescue Truck
Stuffed Bunnies Recalled
Kellogg Company Recalls Bunny Rabbit Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Bee International Recalls Ma and Baby Bunny Due To Choking Hazard
Direct Connection, Inc. Recalls Musical Dolls Due To Choking Hazard
U.S. Toy Company, Inc. Recalls Four Toys Because Of A Potential Choking Hazard
Chadwick-Miller, Inc. Recalls Toy Train Due To Choking Hazard
Inventory Liquidators Corp. Recalls Action Copter Happy Bird and Action Land-Cruiser Wanderer
Faratak, Inc. Recalls Musical Dolls Due To Potential Choking Hazards
Musical Rocking Horse Recalled
E. Fomil & Sons, Inc. Recalls Eight Toys
Woolworth Recalls 34,000 "Pom Pom Animals"
Mccrory Stores, Inc. Recalls Toy Car Because Of Choking Hazard
New York Importer Announces Refund Program For "Funny Clown" Dressing Doll
Replacement Program For Sesame Street Rhythm Band Set
Artsana Of America Inc. Recalls Decoy Duck Pull Toys
Tai Tung International, Inc. Recalls Musical Ice Cream Vans and Lovely Dolls
Acme Premium Supply Corporation Recalls Siren Whistles
General Toys Recalls Wind-Up Toys
Playskool Offers Free Gift For Busy Elephant Cord; Entanglement Risk Cited
San Francisco Music Box Company Recalls Plush Animals Because Of Choking Hazard
Small World Toys Recalls 262 Spinflower Rattles
Toy Public Telephone Recalled By Goldwell International
Target Stores Recalls Trucks and Dolls Because Of Choking Hazards
Oriental Trading Company, Inc. Recalls Two Wooden Trains Because Of Choking Hazard
Henry Gordy International Recalls Eggscavators Toy Trucks
Easy Aces, Inc. Recalls Boo Pumpkins Because Of Dangerous Small Parts
Hasbro, Inc. Recalls "Love A Bye Baby"

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Post by avalonpointe Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:38 pm

Toys "R" Us, Inc. Recalls Press'n Roll Boat Because Of Potential Choking Hazard
Toys Recalled Due To Potential Choking Hazard
Activity Center Recalled
Sandberg Manufacturing Company Recalls Caterpillar Pull Toys
International Marketing Source, Inc. Recalls 600 Alphabet Block Sets
Riding Rabbit Wind-Up Toy Recalled
Hayes Siren Whistles Recalled
Dennis Foland Inc. Merchandising Service Recalls Chuck E. Cheese Tambourine
The Mitchell Import Company Recalls Siren Whistle Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazard
JA-RU Offers To Replace Parts Of Play To Learn Furniture Set
Nebraska Importer Recalls "Funny Clown" Dressing Doll
James Industries, Inc. Recalls Slinky Pull Toys
Johnson & Johnson Recalls Spin-A-Sound Toy
Toys "R" Us Inc. Recalls Crib Pals Play Shapes Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Toys and Rattles Recalled By Kaybee Toy & Hobby Stores
Chick-In-Egg Squeaker Toy Recalled
Replacement Program For Baby Doll Pacifier
Replacement Of "On" Switch Offered For Big Wheel Battery-Operated Riding Toy
Toys "R" Us, Inc. Recalls Toot Toot Tug Boat Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
L'il Tots Crib Toy Recalled
Coca-Cola Foods Recalls Its "Cool Cuffs"
Christmas Stocking Decorative Bear Recalled As Choking Hazard
Lionel Leisure, Inc. Recalling Snoopy Wind-Up Train Because Of Small Parts
Potential Choking Hazard Leads To Recall Of Rattles Distributed With Baby Bibs
Toys "R" Us, Inc. Recalls Wooden Shaky Head Rattle Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Division Sales Recalls "Train Alphabetic Spelling" Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazard
Applause, Inc. Recalls Stuffed Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Arcotoys Offers Parts Exchange For Disney Donald Fun Farms And Disney World Airport Toys
Toys "R" Us, Inc. Recalls Siren Whistle Toy Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Mackie International Inc. Recalls Fruit Drink Because Of Potential Choking Hazards
Commission Announces Larami Fire Company Recall
Illco Toy Company Recalls Spin Around Playhouse
Illco Toy Company Recalls Mickey Mouse In N' Out School Bus
Craft Dolls Recalled; Arms May Present Choking Hazard
Hardees Recalls Its Ghostblasters Toys
Banned Clown Dolls Seized By Feds: Choking Hazard Cited
K-Mart Recalling Two Rattles
Playskool Recalls Its Color In Contrast Busy Box
Choking Hazard: Firm Recalls Rattle Caps For Baby Soap, Cologne
American International Recalling Doll Because Of Potential Choking Hazard
"Creative Years" Blocks Toy Train Are Recalled
Artsana Of America (Chicco) Voluntarily Begins A Corrective Action On "Spinning Bee" Toy
Toys R Us Recalling 12,000 Baby Rattles
Choking Hazard Prompts Recall Of Crib Toys, Dolls
"Cutie Pie" Dolls Recalled For Potential Choking Halzards
Choking Hazard Leads To Recall Of 2 Dolls
Blue Box Crib Toy Recalled
Eyes And Nose Are Choking Hazards On Koala Bear Fur Banks
Franklin Sports Recalls Baseball, Soccer Training Sets
Potential Strangulation Risk Prompts Toys R Us To Recall Crib Toy
Toy Fire Boat Recalled By Target Stores
Choking Hazard Prompts Rite-Aide Doll Recall
Choking Hazard Prompts Recall Of Flower Rattle
Toy Kitchen Is Recalled; Parts May Cause Choking
Customs' Seizure Leads To Recall Of Toy Rattles
Christmas Stocking Decorative Bear Recalled As Choking Hazard
Craft Dolls And Rattles Recalled For Possible Choking Hazards
Cool Flute and Binoculars Recalled by Kellogg
Safety Pin Rattle Recalled by Fiber-Craft Materials Corp.
Imported Toys Recalled by Lil' Mort Sales
Race Cars, Jetplanes & Speedcycles Recalled by Acme Premium Supply
"Silver Rail Express" Toy Train Recalled By New Bright Industries
Crib Pals Rattles Recalled By Toys-R-Us
Disney Baby Play Gyms Recalled by Illco Toy Co.
Toy Motorboat Recalled by Child World
"Love Me Tender" Dolls Recalled By Tonka Products
Plastic Toy Figures Recalled by Sells Floto
Squeeze Toys & Telephone Rattles Recalled By KMart
Shake 'N Sort Rattles Recalled By Playskool
Baby Rattle With Whistle Recalled By Everlast Industrial Co. of NY
"Squeaky Ducky" Toy Recalled By Kiddie Products
Two Rainbow Bell Baby Rattles Recalled By TDT Co.
Pull Along Bear Brother & Pull Along Happy Bear Recalled By Falcon Impex
Rainbow Kids Dolls Recalled By Oriental Trading Co.
Craft Dolls Recalled By Wang's International
"Royal" Baby Rattles Recalled By Full House Manufacturer
"Pop-Up Playhouse" Modification by Fisher-Price
Toy Stationery Sets Recalled By Toys-R-Us
Toy Train Recalled By Merchandisers Association
Water Toys & Toy Snake Recalled By Beachcombers International
Toy Cars Recalled by Li Peng Enterprises
Chicco Crib Toy Recalled by Artsana of America
Probe VI Riding Toy Repair by Hedstrom
Stuffed Bear Recalled by Toycraft
Sweet Home Shoe House Playset And Ice Cream Doll Recalled by Wisconsin Toy
Rainbox Bell Baby Rattles Recalled by LI Peng Enterprises
Baby Rattle & Colorforms Puzzles Recalled by Toys-R-Us
Speed Wheels Riding Toy Repair by Schaper Manufacturing
"Probe VI" Battery-Powered Riding Toy Repair by Hedstrom
Painted Wooden Puzzles Recall by Little Headworks
"Wonder" Spring Ride-On Horses Recalled By CBS
Cheerios With "Powerball" Premium Sales Recalled by General Mills
Windmill Rattle Recalled by Artsana of America
Stuffed Animal Mobiles Recalled by Calderon
Stuffed Plush Teddy Bear Banned by C.M. Paula Co.
Musical Crib Mobile Recalled by Woodcrafter Kits
Rattles & Pull Toys Recalled by Pay 'N Save
Toy Train & Music Box Recalled by Enesco Imports
Animal Voices Musical Toys Recalled By Toys R Us
Ambi Mini Racer Recalled by Toy Importers
WL 322 Flying Copter Recalled by M.W. Kasch
Stuffed Toy Bears Recalled by Superior & NIKE
Toy Train With Small Parts Recalled by Electra Plastics
Voltron Lion Toys Recalled by Matchbox
LEGO Building Set Toys Recalled by McDonald's
Wooden Toy Fire Trucks Recalled by Marlon
Baby Rattles Recalled by U.S. Toy
"Peek-A-Boo Clown" Baby Toys Recalled by F.J. Strauss
My Baby Pumpkin Dolls Recalled by S & H
Flying Toy Helicopter Recalled Recalled by Reeves International
Model WL-322 Flying Copter Recalled by Go Fly A Kite
Flying Copter Recalled by International Playthings
Crib Toys Recalled by Johnson & Johnson
Flying Helicopter Toy Recalled by Woolworth
12 Inch Teddy Bear Recalled by Country Cozy's
Ambi Jack in the Ball Toy Recalled by Five Importers
Woodworks Lace Up Horses Recalled By Reeves International
"Official Chopper 9" Flying Toy Helicopter warned by Whimports
Toy Airplanes Recalled by T.G. & Y
Crib Toy Safety Alert issued by Fisher-Price
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Cutoy
"Splash & Stack Bluebird" Toys Recalled by Fisher-Price
Musical Computer Toys Recalled by Tiger
Stuffed Chicks And Ducklings Recalled by New Angles
Cupie Dolls #6342 Recalled by 5th Avenue Dolls
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Danara International
Stuffed Animal Toys Recalled by Enesco
Smurf Musical Crib Train Toys Recalled by Durham
Helicopters Recalled by Blue Box
Small Plastic Animal Toys Recalled by Jack's
Toy Trains Recalled by Janex
Crib Toys Recalled by Durham Industries
Stuffed Baby Chicks Recalled by New Angles/Wallace Oaks & Hickory Valley
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Crib Mates & Baby World
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Electra-Plastics
Playmobil Toys Recalled by McDonald's
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Danara
Rattles Recalled by Montgomery Schoolhouse & Schowanek
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Reliance
Stuffed Teddy Bear Toys Recalled by Far East International
"Squeeze Me Bear" Toy Animals Recalled by Atlanta Novelty
"Pot Belly" Toy Animals Recalled by Daekor
Two "Bristle Block" Components Discarded/Replaced by Playskool
Toy Mobiles Recalled by Albert E. Price
Crib Decorations Recalled by Rainbow Artisans
Gym Sets Recalled by Creative Playthings
Crib Exercisers Recalled by Play Spaces
Children's Outdoor Water Toy Corrected by Wham-O
Trolley-Ride Toys Repaired by Davis-Grabowski
Infant's exercising Toy Recalled by F.A.O. Schwarz
Stuffed Toy Mobiles Recalled by R. Dakin
Toy Telephone Sets Recalled by Montgomery Ward
Blow-Gun Toys Recalled by Western
Giggle Stick Toys Recalled by CBS Toys
Toy Telephones Recalled by Durham
Toy Cork Rifles Recalled by F.J. Strauss
Plastic Ring Caps For Toy Guns Recalled by Acme Specialties
Toy Cork Gun Recalled by Eagle Family Discount Stores
Battlestar Galactica space toys Replaced by Mattel

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Stuffed Toys Recalled by Knickerbocker
Riviton Sets Recalled by Parker Brothers
Water Wiggle Toy Recalled by Wham-O
Wooden Toy Alphabet Blocks Recalled by M.W. Kasch
Toy Golf Clubs Recalled by H-G Toys
Banned "Snoopy" Bank Recalled by Ideal Toy Corporation
Lead-Containing Paint Ban
Electric Train Transformers Recalled by Boyd Models
Road Racing Sets & Power Pack Toy Transformers Recalled by Strombecker
Electric Toy Train Transformers Recalled by Reeves
Electric Rock Polishers Recalled by RAPCO
Toy Phonograph Recalled by Electronic Creations
Toy Balloon Recalled by Imperial
Toy Chest Warning by Jackson Furniture

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~CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES~
http://www.creativekidsathome.com/activities.shtml#Family%20Crafts%20and%20Kids%20Activities

Beads - Childrens crafts using leftover beads.
Beeswax Candles - easy to make and they smell delicious!
Balloon People - make a whole family.
Bouquet of Hearts - make a heart bouquet for Mom!
Building Blocks - Finally, a use for all those meat trays you've been saving!
Colors - Kids can learn about colors with this craft.
Comets - fun craft to make and fun to play with!
Community Mailboxes - Great for large families, daycares, or group homes.
Creatures - make your own from pipe cleaners
Decorative Napkin Rings - Kids can make table decorations.
Dynamite Domes - Amazing what kids can build from some old newspapers!
Fortune Teller - keeps kids busy with one sheet of paper.
Fridge Magnets - Create your own fridge decorations!
Fossils - How old are those fossils?
For the Birds - crafts ideas for our feathered friends!
Hairy Heads and Egg Heads - Kids love to watch things grow!
Homemade Toy- make your own hovercraft like vehicle using a balloon.
Horseshoe Game - Kids can make their own.
Jar Lids - What can your kids make from juice lids?
Jiggle Dough - kids love to watch it jiggle.
Kids Themes - lots of ideas all about themes kids love.
Mandalas - Coloring pages based on Tibetan Art.
Marbles - make your own marble game.
Marshmallow Snowflakes - make snowflakes from marshmallows.
Paper Mache - directions for paper mache piñatas and masks.
Paper Mache tree - directions for paper mache tree.
Paper Snowflakes - Fun ideas for making all kinds of snowflakes.
Paper Flowers - make a bouquet of flowers.
Paper Hearts - woven paper baskets in a heart shape.
Party Hats - make your own paper, party hats.
Piñata - simple idea to make a piñata.
Planets - make a mobile from our solar system.
Picture Frame - kids can use old puzzle pieces to make a picture frame.
Pipe Cleaners - ideas for making your own creations.
Rain Sticks - They really sound like a rainfall.
Reuse your pictures - what to do with cards, calendars, and magazines.
Rocks - Create your own pet rock.
Sand Castles - learn the secrets of building sand castles
Sand Projects - things to make at the beach.
Sand Footprints - create memories of walking on a beach.
Silly Slime - children love the ooey, gooey fun.
Snake - make a felt snake that can slither and bend.
Spider Webs - make your own Halloween decoration.
Stain Glass Windows - use old crayons to make window decorations.
Tie Snake - make a snake from an old tie.
Treasure Balls - Fun to make and fun to break.
Scavenger Hunts - Kids love hunting for anything.
Treasure Hunt - how to plan a treasure hunt.
Jelly Treasure hunt - gooey, sticky and lot of fun.
Treasure Maps - how to make a treasure map that looks 100s of years old.
Water Balloon - fun game for a summer afternoon.
Water Chimes - Music from water, incredible.
Window Decorations - Kids can have fun painting Christmas designs on the window.
Wool Friends - easy to make craft and play with.
Woven Baskets - easy to make, and a nice gift idea.


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Marbles - make your own marble game.
Mother's Day - how did it start and gift ideas kids can make.
Water - science experiments about the surface tension of water.
Pipe Cleaner Creatures - easy craft for younger children.
Balls - make your own juggling balls or bouncy balls.
Kids Themes - lots of ideas and gift suggestions all about themes kids love (dinosaurs, space, nature, make believe, ...).
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ABC's, 123's, Books, Shapes
http://www.dltk-teach.com/alphabuddies/index.html

Animal Crafts
http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/farm.html

Bible Crafts
http://www.dltk-bible.com/craft-index.htm

Countries and Cultures
http://www.dltk-kids.com/world/index.htm

Printables Section
http://www.dltk-cards.com/

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Hotlines and Helplines



Child Abuse Reporting Numbers Listed by State

State toll-free numbers for specific agencies designated to receive and investigate reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.
http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/reslist/rl_dsp.cfm?rs_id=5&rate_chno=11-11172


Child Pornography Tipline

1-800-843-5678
http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=2936


ChildhelpUSA

Report Child Abuse

1-800-4-A-Child

1-800-422-4453
http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=2936


Cybertip

Canada's National Tipline for Reporting Online Sexual Exploitation of Children

1-866-658-9022
https://www.cybertip.ca/en/cybertip/report_form/


Dating Violence & Stalking Resource Center

Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 8:30 pm ET
Serving victims in more than 180 languages

1-800-FYI-CALL

1-800-394-2255
http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/main.aspx?dbID=DB_DatingViolenceResourceCenter101


National Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE
1-800-799-7233
1-800-787-3224 TDD

http://www.ndvh.org/

National Hotlines and Helplines
http://www.focusas.com/Hotlines.html


National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

1-866-331-9474

http://www.loveisrespect.org/

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)

1-800-656-HOPE

1-800-656-4673
http://www.rainn.org/


STOP IT NOW! Helpline

If a youth is sexually abusing

Monday-Friday 9 am - 6 pm, ET

1-888-PREVENT

1-888-773-8368
http://stopitnow.com/


Survivors UK Helpline

For men who have been raped or sexually abused

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 7-10pm UK time

0845 122 1201

http://www.survivorsuk.org/

International Hotlines

https://www.inhope.org/en/content/details.php



American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children ~ Helps professionals to respond to children and their families affected by abuse and violence.
http://www.apsac.org/



Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers ~ This professional organization focuses on the prevention of sexual abuse through effective management of sex offenders.
http://www.atsa.com/index.html


Bishop Accountability ~ Information and resources documenting the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church.
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/


Captive Daughters ~ Anti-trafficking group that focuses on ending the sexual bondage of female adolescents and children.
http://www.captivedaughters.org/


Child Abuse Prevention Network ~ For professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect.
http://www.child-abuse.com/


Child Welfare Information Gateway ~ National resource on the prevention, identification, and treatment of child abuse and neglect and related child welfare issues.
http://www.childwelfare.gov/


Child Welfare League ~ Association of more than 1,100 public and private nonprofit agencies that assist over 3.5 million abused and neglected children and their families each year with a wide range of services.
http://www.cwla.org/


Crimes Against Children Research Center ~ Provides research and statistics about the nature of crimes including child abduction, homicide, rape, assault, and physical and sexual abuse as well as their impact.
http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/


Empathic Parenting ~ Website of the Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
http://www.empathicparenting.org/



Johnny Gosch Foundation ~ Educates on the reality and seriousness of kidnapping and pornography, and how it could happen to your family. READ THIS IMPORTANT BOOK! Why Johnny Can't Come Home.
http://www.johnnygosch.com/


Joyful Child Foundation ~ In memory of Samantha Runnion, The Joyful Child is dedicated to protecting our nation's children from sexual abuse and abduction through programs that unite and uplift communities.
http://thejoyfulchild.org/


Justice for Children ~ The mission is to raise the consciousness of our society about the failure of our governmental agencies to protect victims of child abuse, to provide legal advocacy for abused children and to develop and implement a full range of solutions that enhance the quality of life for these children.
http://www.jfcadvocacy.org/


Morality in Media ~ Interfaith organization that combats obscenity and upholds decency standards in the media. It maintains the National Obscenity Law Center, a clearinghouse of legal materials on obscenity law, and conducts public information programs to educate and involve concerned citizens.
http://www.moralityinmedia.org/


Mothers Against Sexual Abuse (MASA) ~ Education, advocacy, and support.
http://www.againstsexualabuse.org/


National Association to Protect Children ~ Powerful, nonpartisan grassroots force for the protection of children from abuse, exploitation and neglect.
http://www.protect.org/


National Center for Children Exposed to Violence ~ Resource center for anyone seeking information about the effects of violence on children and the initiatives designed to address this problem.
http://www.nccev.org/


National Center for Victims of Crime ~ Victim services, advocacy, and education.
http://www.ncvc.org/


National Coalition Against Domestic Violence ~ Advocacy, education, and support for community-based groups to eliminate both personal and societal violence against all women and children.
http://www.ncadv.org/


National Organization Against Male Sexual Victimization ~ Education, advocacy, and support for adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
http://www.malesurvivor.org/


National Organization for Victim Assistance ~ Promotes rights and services for victims of crime and crisis everywhere.
http://www.trynova.org/


Obscenitycrimes.org ~ Resource for educating the public and reporting possible violations of Internet obscenity laws.
http://www.trynova.org/


Operation Blue Ridge Thunder ~ Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
http://www.blueridgethunder.com/


Parents for Megan's Law ~ Provides assistance to parents and organizations about ways to effectively and responsibly manage Megan’s Law high risk sex offender notifications on a community level, help raise awareness about the public’s rights for information under Megan’s Law, and ways to prevent childhood sexual abuse.
http://www.parentsformeganslaw.org/


Prevent Child Abuse America ~ Working at the national, state and local levels to prevent the abuse and neglect of our nation's children.
http://www.preventchildabuse.org/index.shtml


Prostitution Research and Education ~ A sponsored project of San Francisco Women's Centers, this site includes list of organizations providing services for women and children escaping prostitution.
http://www.prostitutionresearch.com/


SASIAN ~ Sibling Abuse Survivors' Information and Advocacy Network
http://www.sasian.org/index.htm


Speak Out for Stephanie ~ Provides information and creates public awareness about all sex offenders, victim's rights, and the quandary within the criminal justice system. SOS Chapters on college campuses.
http://www.sos.lawrence.com/index.html


Stop Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct, and Exploitation ~ SESAME believes the power imbalance between a teacher and a student of any age creates a climate that can facilitate sexually exploitative behavior by the teacher, behavior that is psychologically equivalent to incest.
http://www.sesamenet.org/


YES International Child Abuse Network ~ Provides crisis, information and referral services world-wide for those who are having issues around child abuse.
http://www.yesican.org/

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Support Networks



Broken Spirits Network ~ Online community and support group that focuses on aiding both current and past victims of child abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. Provides a comprehensive list of shelters, hotlines and organizations that can provide help for potential victims.
http://www.brokenspirits.com/


Christian Recovery International ~ A coalition of ministries dedicated to helping the Christian community become a safe and helpful place for people recovering from addiction, abuse or trauma.
http://www.christianrecovery.com/


Co-Dependents Anonymous ~ A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships through the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions.
http://www.coda.org/


Co-Dependents of Sex Addicts (COSA) ~ 12-step support for friends and family members whose lives have been affected by another person's compulsive sexual behavior.
http://www.cosa-recovery.org/


Divided Heart ~ Online Christian community dedicated to overcoming self-destructive and inappropriate behaviors and healing from them whether you are struggling yourself or you are close to someone who is.
http://www.dividedheart.com/


Making Daughters Safe Again ~ Online support forum and advocacy for survivors of mother-daughter sexual abuse.
http://mdsa-online.org/


Parents Anonymous ~ Encourages all parents to ask for help early, whatever their circumstances, to effectively break the cycle of abuse to protect today's children and strengthen tomorrow's generation of parents.
http://www.parentsanonymous.org/


SNAP (Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests) ~ The nation's largest, oldest and most active support group for women and men wounded by religious authority figures (priests, ministers, bishops, deacons, nuns, and others).
http://www.snapnetwork.org/


Survivors of Incest Anonymous ~ 12-step self-group of adults who were victims of child sexual abuse.
http://www.siawso.org/


Survivors of Spiritual Abuse ~ Resource and e-mail support list for anyone who has been abused in any way in the name of a religion or spiritual belief.
http://www.sosa.org/


Survivorship ~ For survivors of ritualistic abuse, mind control and torture, and their allies.
http://www.survivorship.org/


YES I Can Break the Cycle ~ Facilitated support chat rooms for survivors of abuse
http://www.yesican.org/chat.html

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Anderson House - A halfway house for women recovering from alcohol and drug dependency.
Back Hills Guest House for Women, The - Victoria, B.C.
Claire House - Residential program for women and their children , utilizing individual, group and family counseling, as well as exercise, recreational activity, 12-step self-help groups and a structured, disciplined environment. The women and children will receive state-of-the-art care to restructure their lives and live successfully, drug free.
Dorcas House - Tampa Florida based ministry that gives shelter on a temporary basis to women and women with children who have no place to stay because of spousal abuse, women released from jail without a permanent place to stay, and women in transit who are victims of crime and temporarily without money for food and shelter.
Epiphany House - Long Branch, NJ
Hecate House - Newseeland
House of Hope - Santa Ana, CA
Laura's House - Abused women and their children need Laura's House. Committed to ending violence against women. We provide the abused woman and their children with a safe, violent-free shelter, counseling, advocacy, resources and a 24-hour hotline.
Mrs. Wilson's Halfway House for Women - A 14-bed, 12-step, halfway house for recovering women located in Morristown, New Jersey. It is named after the wife of AA's co-founder, Bill Wilson.
Quigley House - Offers safe emergency shelter and support services for women and their children in Clay County Florida and the surrounding areas. The only shelter for battered women and children in Clay County Florida.
Sophia Snow House - A retirement center for women, it is home to 24 elderly women who are enjoying the security, companionship, and convenience of a small-scale assisted living arrangement.

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Get Help
Hotline Services

The National Domestic Violence Hotline answers more than 21,000 calls per month from victims, survivors, friends and family members, law enforcement personnel, domestic violence advocates and the general public. Hotline advocates provide support and assistance to anyone involved in a domestic violence situation, including those in same-sex relationships, male survivors, those with disabilities and immigrant victims of domestic violence. All calls to the National Domestic Violence Hotline are anonymous and confidential.

Hotline Services Include:

Crisis intervention, safety planning, information about domestic violence and referrals to local service providers
A direct connection to domestic violence resources available in the caller’s area provided by a Hotline advocate
Assistance in both English and Spanish with Hotline advocates having access to more than 170 different languages through interpreter services
Assistance through e-mail or http://www.ndvh.org/get-help/contact-the-hotline/
Informational materials on such topics as domestic violence, sexual assault, battering intervention and prevention programs, working through the criminal justice system and related issues.



Help is available to callers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services. If you or someone you know is frightened about something in your relationship, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

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Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear.
If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored,
please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, and/or call the National
Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-78

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Domestic Violence Facts

Within the United States, one out of every four American women will experience violence by an intimate partner sometime during her lifetime. One out of every six women will be raped during her lifetime.

"A Crime Against Women" | Vulnerability Factors | Physical Injury | Murder | Under-reporting to Police | Police Response Frequently Inadequate | The Myth of "Mutuality" | Police Training Resources

Domestic violence is both a national and a worldwide crisis. According to a 2000 UNICEF study, 20-50% of the female population of the world will become the victims of domestic violence.

"A Crime Against Women"
Although men are more likely to be victims of violent crime overall, a recent study by the U.S. Department of Justice reports that "intimate partner violence is primarily a crime against women."


Of those victimized by an intimate partner, 85% are women and 15% are men. In other words, women are 5 to 8 times more likely than men to be victimized by an intimate partner.


The vast majority of domestic assaults are committed by men. Even when men are victimized, 10% are assaulted by another man. In contrast, only 2% of women who are victimized are assaulted by another woman.

Vulnerability Factors
Women age 16 to 24 are most likely to be victimized by an intimate partner.


African-American women experience more domestic violence than White women in the age group of 20-24. However, Black and White women experience the same level of victimization in all other age categories.


Hispanic women are less likely to be victimized than non-Hispanic women in every age group.


Women are most vulnerable to violence when separated from their intimate partner. The second most vulnerable group are those who are divorced.2 This can discourage women from leaving their abusive partner, out of fear that it will increase their risk of victimization.

Physical Injury
Approximately 40-50% of female victims are physically injured when assaulted by their intimate partner, accounting for over 200,000 visits to the hospital emergency room each year.


Only about 1 in 5 of domestic violence victims with physical injuries seek professional medical treatment.

Murder
Women are far more likely than men to be murdered by an intimate partner. Of those murdered by their intimate partner, 74% are women and 26% are men. In other words, nearly 3 out of 4 of the murders committed by intimate partners have a female victim.


The FBI reports that between 1976 and 1996, domestic violence claims the lives of more than four women each day.


Between 1976 and 1996, there was a "sharp decrease" in the number of men murdered by intimate partners, whereas the number of women murdered by an intimate partner remained constant.3 Some have attributed this to the increasing availability of shelters which provide battered women with options other than killing an abusive partner. It is possible that some women who might have otherwise killed their abuser are able to leave and go to a shelter.

Under-reporting of Domestic Violence to Police
Only about half of domestic violence incidents are reported to police. African-American women are more likely than others to report their victimization to police.


The most common reasons for not reporting domestic violence to police are that victims view the incident as a personal or private matter, they fear retaliation from their abuser, and they do not believe that police will do anything about the incident.


Even with this dramatic under-reporting, domestic violence calls constitute approximately half of all violent crime calls to police departments. For example, 49% of the violent crime calls received by the DC Metropolitan Police Department in 2000 were for domestic violence incidents.

Police Response Frequently Inadequate
Skepticism regarding the quality of police response is grounded in reality. A recent study by the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department concluded that there was a "clear and pervasive pattern" of departures from departmental policy.


For example, in only one-third of the domestic violence calls did an officer take photographs or ask about prior abuse.


Only 17% of the victims were asked about a restraining order, and 83% were provided no printed information with contact information or resources.

For information on domestic violence in policing families, please see the National Center for Women and Policing's Fact Sheet on Police Family Violence.

The Myth of "Mutuality"
Although many studies report that men and women use physical violence at equal rates within intimate relationships, this fails to take into account the nature of the violence and the level of fear and injury experienced by each party.


Several studies document that women experience higher levels of fear than men do in domestic violence situations.This is perhaps because women in domestic violence situations are much more likely to be injured -- and injured severely -- than men are.

Recent years have seen an increase in the number of women arrested for domestic violence. For example, the percentage of women arrested for domestic violence increased in Concord, New Hampshire from 23% in 1993 to 35% in 1999. Vermont saw a similar increase from 16% in 1997 to 23% in 1999.

Some have attributed this to the increase in "mandatory arrest" policies, in which police are required to make an arrest if there is probable cause that a person has committed domestic violence. Passage of these laws was advocated by feminists and domestic violence experts to address the inadequate response to domestic violence victims by law enforcement. When officers arrive at the scene of a domestic violence crime, they often cite evidence that both partners have engaged in some aggressive behavior, and arrest both the man and the woman. This "dual arrest" strategy fails to take into account which of two people is primarily responsible for the aggression and which one is responding out of self-defense, and can have devastating effects, particularly if there are children involved in the relationship.

To counteract this problem, some departmental or statewide policies now provide guidelines for an officer to determine who is the "primary aggressor" in a violent incident. For example, the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training publishes a guidebook for officers responding to domestic violence, discouraging "dual arrests" and outlining several factors to consider when determining who is the primary aggressor in a domestic violence situation. The primary aggressor is defined as "the person determined to be the most significant, rather than the first, aggressor." Factors to consider include the history of domestic violence between the people involved, the threats and fear level of each person, and whether either person acted in self defense. These are appropriate considerations when determining who is the primary aggressor, and therefore which of the two parties should be arrested.

Police Training Resources
For more information or to identify expert law enforcement trainers in the area of domestic violence, please contact the National Center for Women & Policing. We at the National Center have compiled a list of law enforcement trainers that we recommend, based on a review of training materials gathered from around the country. This review was conducted with funding provided by a grant from the Violence Against Women Office of the U.S. Department of Justice. Email us at womencops@feminist.org or call at (323) 651-2532.

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New Mexico State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
200 Oak St NE #4
Albuquerque, NM 87106
TOLL-FREE: 800-773-3645 (in New Mexico Only)
Legal Helpline: 800-209-DVLH
Phone: 505-246-9240
FAX: 505-246-9434
E-mail: nmcadv@nmcadv.org

New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
350 New Scotland Avenue
Albany New York 12208
Phone: 518-482-5465
English: 1-800-942-6906
English TTY: 1-800-818-0656
Spanish: 1-800-942-6908
Spanish TTY: 1-800-780-7660
Email us at nyscadv@nyscadv.org

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence
123 W. Main Street, Suite 700
Durham , NC 27701
Phone: 919-956-9124
FAX: 919-682-1449
Toll Free: 1-888-232-9124

North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services
State Networking Office
418 East Rosser Avenue, Suite 320
Bismarck, ND 58501
TOLL-FREE: 800-472-2911 (In ND Only)
Phone: 701-255-6240
FAX: 701-255-1904

Ohio Domestic Violence Network
4807 Evanswood Drive
Suite 201
Columbus , Ohio 43229
(614) 781-9651
(614) 781-9652 Fax
(614) 781-9654 TTY
E-mail: info@odvn.org

Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
3815 N. Santa Fe Avenue, Suite 124
Oklahoma City , OK 73118
405-524-0700 telephone
405-524-0711 fax

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
380 Spokane St .
Suite 100
Portland , OR 97202
Telephone: 503-230-1951
Fax: 503-230-1973
Statewide Crisis Number : 1-888-235-5333

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence/National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
6440 Flank Drive, Suite 1300
Harrisburg, PA 17112-2778
TOLL-FREE: 800-932-4632
Phone: 717-545-6400
FAX: 717-545-9456

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence/National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
125 N. Enola Drive
Enola PA 17025
HOTLINE: 800-692-7445
Phone: 717-728-9740
Fax: 717-671-8149
TTY: 877-585-1091


Women's Center of Montgomery County
Main Administrative Office:
101 Washington Lane, Ste. WC-1
Jenkintown PA 19046
Toll-free hotline: 800-773-2424
Norristown Office:
Women's Advocacy Project
400 Courthouse Plaza, 18 W. Airy St.
Norristown PA 19404
610-279-1548
Pottstown Office:
Women's Advocacy Project
555 High Street, 2nd Floor
Pottstown PA 19464
610-970-7363
Bryn Mawr Office:
610-525-1427
Lansdale Office:
215-853-8060



Laurel House
P.O. Box 764
Norristown, PA 19404
Phone: 610-277-1860
HOTLINE: 1-800-642-3150
Fax: 610-275-4018
E-Mail: LaurelHaus@aol.com

Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
422 Post Road, Suite 202
Warwick, RI 02888
TOLL-FREE: 800-494-8100
Phone: 401-467-9940
FAX: 401-467-9943
ricadv@ricadv.org

South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
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P.O. Box 7776
Columbia, SC 29202-7776
TOLL-FREE: 800-260-9293
Phone: 803-256-2900
FAX: 803-256-1030

South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
P.O. Box 141
Pierre, SD 57501
TOLL-FREE: 800-572-9196
Phone: 605-945-0869
FAX: 605-945-0870

PO Box 1402
Sioux Falls, SD 57101
(605) 271-3171 Phone
(605) 271-3172 Fax
1-877-317-3096
(Info/Referral only)
Email: siouxfalls@sdcadvsa.org

South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault
1-800-430-SAFE

Resource Center of Aberdeen, SD
24-Hour Crisis Line: (605) 226-1212
Toll Free: (888) 290-2935

Tennessee Task Force Against Domestic Violence
P.O. Box 120972
Nashville, TN 37212
TOLL-FREE: 800-289-9018
Phone: 615-386-9406
FAX: 615-383-2967

Texas Council on Family Violence
P.O. Box 161810
Austin, TX 78716
TOLL-FREE: 800-525-1978
Phone: 512-794-1133
FAX: 512-794-1199

Families In Crisis, Inc.
P.O. Box 25
Killeen, Texas 76540
Phone: 254-773-7765
Fax: 254-526-6111
1-888-799-SAFE

Domestic Violence Advisory Council
120 North 200 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
TOLL-FREE: 800-897-LINK
Phone: 801-538-4100
FAX: 801-538-3993

Women Helping Battered Women
PO BOX 1535
Burlington, VT
Phone: 802-658-1996
Toll-free: 1-800-228-7395

Women's Rape Crisis Center
1-800-489-7273

Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
P.O. Box 405
Montpelier, VT 05601
Phone: 802-223-1302
FAX: 802-223-6943
E-mail: vnadvsa@sover.net

Virginians Family Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline
2850 Sandy Bay Road, Suite 101
Williamsburg, VA 23185
TOLL-FREE: 800-838-VADV
Phone: 757-221-0990
FAX: 757-229-1553

Charlottesville , VA
508 Dale Ave
Charlottesville , VA 22903-4547
Phone: 434-979-9002
Fax: 434-979-9003

Richmond , VA
1010 N. Thompson St.
Suite 202
Richmond , VA 23230
Phone: 804-377-0335
Fax: 804-377-0339

Toano , VA
102 Industrial Blvd.
Toano , VA 23168
Phone: 757-566-4602
Fax: 757-566-4670


Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence


WSCADV- Olympia Office
101 N. Capitol Way, Suite 103
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: 360-586-1022
Fax: 360-586-1024
TTY: 360-586-1029

WSCADV - Seattle Office
1402 - 3rd Ave, Suite 406
Seattle WA 98101
(206) 389-2515
(206) 389-2520 FAX
(206) 389-2900 TTY
wscadv@wscadv.org

Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline
Tel: 800-562-6025
E-mail: csn@willapabay.org

West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Elk Office Center
4710 Chimney Drive, Suite A
Charleston, WV 25302
Phone: 304-965-3552
FAX: 304-965-3572

Manitowoc Domestic Violence Center
PO Box 1142
Manitowoc, WI 54220
Phone: 920-684-5770

Wisconsin Domestic Violence Center
307 S. Paterson St. #1
Madison , WI 53703
Phone: 608-255-0539
FAX: 608-255-3560

Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
409 South 4th Street
P.O. Box 236
Laramie, WY 82073
TOLL-FREE: 800-990-3877
Phone: 307-755-5481
FAX: 307-755-5482

YWCA Battered Women Task Force
225 SW 12th St.
Topeka, KS 66612
Daytime: 785-354-7927
Evening and Weekend: 785-234-3300
Outside Topeka: 1-888-822-2983


National Organizations
Family Violence Prevention Fund
383 Rhode Island Street, Suite 304
San Francisco, CA 94103-5133
Phone: 415-252-8900
FAX: 415-252-8991

Washington, DC Office
1522 K Street, NW #550
Washington DC 20005

Boston Office
67 Newbury Street, Mezzanine Level
Boston, MA 02116


National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Public Policy Office
1633 Q Street NW, Suite 210
Washington, DC 20009
Phone: 202-745-1211
Fax: 202-745-0088
TTY - (202) 745-2042

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 1603
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-839-1852
Fax: 303-831-9251
TTY - (303) 839-1681

National Battered Women's Law Project
275 7th Avenue, Suite 1206
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-741-9480
FAX: 212-741-6438

Victim Services
Domestic Violence Shelter Tour
2 Lafayette Street 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10007
Phone: 212-577-7700
Fax: 212-385-0331
24-hour hotline: 800-621-HOPE (4673)

National Resource Center on DV
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
6400 Flank Drive, Suite 1300
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Phone: 800-537-2238
FAX: 717-545-9456

Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Family Violence Prevention Fund
383 Rhode Island Street, Suite 304
San Francisco, CA 94103-5133
Phone: 800-313-1310
FAX: 415-252-8991

Battered Women's Justice Project
Minnesota Program Development, Inc
202 East Superior Street
Duluth , MN 55802
(218) 722-2781

Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Child Protection, and Custody
NCJFCJ
P.O. Box 8970
Reno, NV 89507
Office: 775-784-6012
Phone: 800-527-3223
FAX: 775-784-6628
staff@ncjfcj.org
They are only a resource center for professionals and agencies.

Battered Women's Justice Project
c/o National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women
125 South 9th Street, Suite 302
Philadelphia, PA 19107
TOLL-FREE: 800-903-0111 ext. 3
Phone: 215-351-0010
FAX: 215-351-0779
National Clearinghouse is a national resource and advocacy center providing assistance to women defendants, their defense attorneys, and other members of their defense teams in an effort to insure justice for battered women charged with crimes.

National Clearinghouse on Marital and Date Rape
2325 Oak Street
Berkeley, CA 94708
Phone: 510-524-1582

Faith Trust Institute
(Formerly Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence)
2400 N. 45th Street #10
Seattle , WA 98103
206-634-1903 phone
206-634-0115 fax

National Network to End Domestic Violence
660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Suite 303
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202-543-5566
FAX: 202-543-5626

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http://www.domesticviolence.com/

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If you, or someone you know, are a victim of domestic violence,
sexual assault, stalking, or dating violence please know that help is available.

If you, or someone you know, are a victim of domestic violence, please call:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

In addition, please visit our page on Domestic Violence Resources.

If you, or someone you know, are a victim of sexual assault, please call:
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)
To be connected to the rape crisis center nearest to you, dial
1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
1-877-739-3895

In addition, please visit our page on Sexual Assault Resources.

If you, or someone you know, are a victim of stalking, please call:
National Center for Victims of Crime, Stalking Resource Center
1-800-394-2255
1-800-211-7996 (TTY)

In addition, please visit our page on Stalking Resources.

If you, or someone you know, are a victim of dating violence,
please call:
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
1-866-331-9474
1-866-331-8453 TTY
You can also chat live on-line with a trained Peer Advocate from 4 p.m.
to 2 a.m. (CST) daily.

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About Domestic Violence



Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.

Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person. This includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten, terrorize, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt, injure, or wound someone.

Physical Abuse: Hitting, slapping, shoving, grabbing, pinching, biting, hair-pulling, biting, etc. Physical abuse also includes denying a partner medical care or forcing alcohol and/or drug use.


Sexual Abuse: Coercing or attempting to coerce any sexual contact or behavior without consent. Sexual abuse includes, but is certainly not limited to marital rape, attacks on sexual parts of the body, forcing sex after physical violence has occurred, or treating one in a sexually demeaning manner.


Emotional Abuse: Undermining an individual's sense of self-worth and/or self-esteem. This may include, but is not limited to constant criticism, diminishing one's abilities, name-calling, or damaging one's relationship with his or her children.


Economic Abuse: Making or attempting to make an individual financially dependent by maintaining total control over financial resources, withholding one's access to money, or forbidding one's attendance at school or employment.


Psychological Abuse: Causing fear by intimidation; threatening physical harm to self, partner, children, or partner's family or friends; destruction of pets and property; and forcing isolation from family, friends, or school and/or work.


Domestic violence can happen to anyone regardless of race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. Domestic violence affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels. Domestic violence occurs in both opposite-sex and same-sex relationships and can happen to intimate partners who are married, living together, or dating.

Domestic violence not only affects those who are abused, but also has a substantial effect on family members, friends, co-workers, other witnesses, and the community at large. Children, who grow up witnessing domestic violence, are among those seriously affected by this crime. Frequent exposure to violence in the home not only predisposes children to numerous social and physical problems, but also teaches them that violence is a normal way of life - therefore, increasing their risk of becoming society's next generation of victims and abusers.

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Stalking Victimization in the United States Special Report



Bureau of Justice -Statistics Releases Findings- in Largest Study of Stalking Conducted to date.
http://www.ojp.gov/bjs/
The Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics recently released a supplemental report to the National Crime Victimization Survey focused on Stalking Victimization in the United States. This Supplemental Victimization Survey (SVS) to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) is the most comprehensive study of stalking to date and confirms that stalking is pervasive, women are at higher risk of being stalked, and there is a dangerous intersection between stalking and more violent crimes.
http://ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/cvict.htm

The SVS was specifically developed, with funding from OVW, to provide national-level data on the crime of stalking. As a result of this study, OVW is even more committed to addressing the crime of stalking by providing safety to victims and holding perpetrators accountable.

The SVS identified seven types of harassing or unwanted behaviors consistent with stalking, and individuals were classified as stalking victims if they responded that they experienced two or more of these behaviors on two or more separate occasions. In addition, the individuals must have reported fear for their safety or that of a family member as a result of the course of conduct, or they must have experienced additional threatening behaviors that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. The SVS measured the following:



*making unwanted phone calls;
*sending unsolicited or unwanted letters or e-mails;
*following or spying on the victim;
*showing up at a place where they had no reason to be;
*waiting at places for the victim;
*leaving unwanted items, presents, or flowers;
*posting information or spreading rumors about the victim on the internet, in a public place, or by word of mouth.


Some of the SVS: Stalking Victimization in the United States Report findings include:

During a 12 month period an estimated 3.4 million persons age 18 or older were victims of stalking.
Females experienced 20 stalking victimizations per 1,000 females age 18 or older.
The rate of stalking victimizations for males was approximately 7 per 1,000 males age 18 or older.
Persons age 18 to 19 and 20 to 24 experienced the highest rates of stalking victimization
One in 7 victims reported they moved as a result of the stalking.
Approximately 60% do not report victimization to the police.
Bureau of Justice Statistics: Stalking Victimization in the United States

About Stalking

Stalking can be defined as a pattern of repeated and unwanted attention, harassment, contact, or any other course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.

It is a course of conduct that can include:

Repeated, unwanted, intrusive, and frightening communications from the perpetrator by phone, mail, and/or email
Repeatedly leaving or sending victim unwanted items, presents, or flowers
Following or laying in wait for the victim at places such as home, school, work, or recreation place
Making direct or indirect threats to harm the victim, the victim's children, relatives, friends, or pets.
Damaging or threatening to damage the victim's property
Harassing victim through the internet
Posting information or spreading rumors about the victim on the internet, in a public place, or by word of mouth
Obtaining personal information about the victim by accessing public records, using internet search services, hiring private investigators, going through the victim's garbage, following the victim, contacting victim's friends, family work, or neighbors, etc.

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