Help victims of domestic violence escape the abuse

Help victims of domestic violence escape the abuse

From Chris Cox

Help us make sure that everyone impacted by domestic violence has the resources, information, and confidence that they need to leave their abuser and stay safe once they do. We provide free services to all who need it.

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3 months ago

Our guiding principles:

The client always has agency- they have final say

We will never charge clients or partners for our help

We work with partners, social services, therapists, and law enforcement to ensure a holistic approach

We will be advocate to lawmakers and private industry

Provide effective training to other allies and advocates

Help provide the security layer, allowing our partner to focus on providing the critical services

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What we do:

We fight against domestic violence in three ways. First is by empowering the individuals impacted by domestic violence, helping them (and their children) turn from victims to survivors. We help to develop secure communication channels with their support system and local shelters, and then build on that to provide security and safety guidance relevant to their current step in the process.

Next, we make sure that the survivor has a safe place to go. To do this, we work with shelters, safe houses, support systems, social services, and advocacy groups in developing security solutions and training staff on counter-surveillance, physical security, cybersecurity, and other security concepts. The goal is to make sure all heroes fighting against domestic violence are safe.

Finally, we work with law enforcement to help provide resources and address any training gaps related to the technical aspects of abuse, stalking, harassment, and other crimes. We work with officers all over the country to help them understand the challenges that victims of domestic violence (and increasingly often, human trafficking) face even after the abuser has been removed from the home. We’re in the process of capturing some of these lessons learned in a formal training program.

Naturally, everything we do is free. We don’t charge individuals–not even shipping costs when we send them resources and tools. We don’t charge organizations for when we help them improve their security posture or stand up a formal program. We don’t charge departments or agencies for consulting and training. We only have one goal: to make sure everyone can feel safe.

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Chris Cox posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #2

Our guiding principles:

The client always has agency- they have final say

We will never charge clients or partners for our help

We work with partners, social services, therapists, and law enforcement to ensure a holistic approach

We will be advocate to lawmakers and private industry

Provide effective training to other allies and advocates

Help provide the security layer, allowing our partner to focus on providing the critical services

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Chris Cox posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #2

Our guiding principles:

The client always has agency- they have final say

We will never charge clients or partners for our help

We work with partners, social services, therapists, and law enforcement to ensure a holistic approach

We will be advocate to lawmakers and private industry

Provide effective training to other allies and advocates

Help provide the security layer, allowing our partner to focus on providing the critical services

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