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CAP's Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
RHOSHEEDA PROCTOR
14:12
I can’t hear either
Michele Bell
14:34
me either
Valencia Davis
15:12
The sound is muffled
Center for Abused Persons
33:35
our hotline number is 301-645-3336
Center for Abused Persons
34:04
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A044FA5AA2CA7FA7-capangel
ABena McAllister
42:47
What a powerful testimony.
nicole
42:57
Rosalynd, what have you done to make sure this does not happen to your children?
nicole
45:11
Are there signs of DV in teens that parents should look for?
Felicia DAVIS
46:07
Beautiful and inspiring story
nicole
46:29
Very inspirational!!!!
Michelle --------
47:04
Sherriff Berry - how has Covid impacted the police department's ability to offer services to domestic violence victims?
RHOSHEEDA PROCTOR
47:27
Its really easy to feel comfortable while the person who abused you is locked up. What is the protection available once the abuser is released?
Felicia DAVIS
48:25
Often times women don’t want to leave cause they have children. When actually, it make it worse for the kids to see it.
Ongel Dasilva
48:50
Thank you for sharing your story. So powerful!
nicole
50:41
great advice
Marquita Queen
52:40
What support is available for abused persons who have to walk away from everything (Home. Career, etc.) to be safe?
Marquita Queen
57:01
Have the incidences of reported (police calls) abuse increased in Charles County during the Covid-19 Pandemic?
Center for Abused Persons
01:02:23
hotline number 301-645-3336
RHOSHEEDA PROCTOR
01:02:41
Does the sheriff have any suggestions about protection available once the abuser is released?
Michelle --------
01:04:38
If I know someone who is being abused but they do not want to call the police, how can I help them?
Marquita Queen
01:10:00
What evidence does an abused person need to document their case against the abuser?
nicole
01:14:12
Will you be able to buy food until 8 pm? it’s great that 20% of proceeds go to CAP!
Michele Gaskill
01:14:32
Can a bystander report abuse for someone or does it have to be the abused person to authorities?
Center for Abused Persons
01:14:52
Yes Nicole! You can buy food until 8PM
Center for Abused Persons
01:15:50
Hi Michele! Yes, a bystander can report abuse on behalf of someone, it can be anonymous.
Michele Gaskill
01:17:26
Thank you.
Michele Bell
01:17:33
Thank you. Great event.
RHOSHEEDA PROCTOR
01:17:49
Is Jason able to share an email to continue further conversation?
Marquita Queen
01:18:06
Awesome Event. On my way to get some dinner!
Michelle --------
01:18:07
Thanks everyone! This was very informative!
Center for Abused Persons
01:18:12
Thank you all for attending! IF you have more questions or concerns please reach out to us at CAP! 301-645-3336
Felicia DAVIS
01:18:39
Thank you, thank you. This was so inspiring.
Djuna Brizzi
01:18:44
Thank you for opening up this event!
Michele Gaskill
01:19:17
you are all doing very important work !
Marquita Queen
01:19:51
will there be a link to this zoom I can share later?
Michael Chiong
01:20:46
I have a question
Center for Abused Persons
01:20:46
Yes. We will be sending it. OR at least posting on social media. If theres any other questions, please call us at 301-645-3336
Jason Carlson
01:22:58
240-320-6948
Jason Carlson
01:23:19
Capt Carlson
Marquita Queen
01:25:50
Hold the food. Im on my way
Center for Abused Persons
01:26:36
1-800-799-7233 Domestic Violence hotline
Center for Abused Persons
01:27:01
1-800-273-8255 is suicide prevention hotline