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GPS Tracking For Repeat Domestic Violence Offenders? [AUDIO]

A bill that would allow a four-year pilot program in Ocean County to electronically monitor defendants charged with or convicted of physically abusive domestic violence has passed the General Assembly.

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NJ Assembly OKs Domestic Violence Protection Bills

The New Jersey Assembly has approved a measure that provides new protections for some domestic violence victims and is named for a Toms River woman killed by her former fiance.

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There has been a rise in domestic violence reports since Sandy hit, according to experts familiar with the issue. (Flickr User hang_in_there)
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Sandy Linked To Increased Domestic Violence [AUDIO]

Domestic violence reports have been on the rise since Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey, according to shelters and help lines across the state.

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Dotties House – Helping Victims of Domestic Violence [AUDIO]

Carol Wolfe of Dotties House joins Shawn & Sue

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NJ Safe Act Allows Time Off For Domestic Violence Or Sexual Assault Victims [AUDIO]

The "New Jersey Security and Financial Empowerment Act" or the "NJ SAFE Act," would provide 20 days of unpaid leave time to an employee who is the victim of domestic violence or sexual assault or whose family or household member was the victim.

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NJ Needs Tougher Domestic Violence Laws, Says Senators [AUDIO]

Here are some shocking statistics from State Senator Barbara Buono; one in four women and one in seven men will become the victim of domestic violence at some time during their lifetime.

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Take Steps Against Domestic Abuse In Middletown

If you think there's nothing you can do to help abused spouses and troubled teens, take a walk.

But take that walk Saturday, May 12 at Middletown High School North. Members of the Atlantic Highlands Leo Club have organized their first annual Hold On, Pain Ends (HOPE) Walk, with proceeds to benefit 180-Turning Lives Around

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