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Intersection

Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Shelters Keep Victims and Their Pets Together As They Escape Abuse


Pet-friendly domestic violence shelters are becoming an increasingly popular way to allow victims to keep their pets as they flee their abusers. Michelle Sperzel, CEO of Harbor House of Central Florida, joins Intersection to discuss the link between domestic violence and animal cruelty, as well as the importance of keeping victims and their pets together.
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Intersection Podcast

Intersection: Combating Domestic Violence; Summer At The ER; Zoya Zafar


https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/072718_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSResponding to a domestic violence call is the most dangerous call a law enforcement officer can get. This was highlighted by an incident last month in Orlando that ended with the death of four children and the perpetrator, and left a police officer critically injured. On this episode of Intersection, 90.7’s Brendan Byrne takes a closer look at domestic violence calls and the dangers they pose to law enforcement officers. And we talk to agent Cyndi Young with the Brevard County Sheriff’s …
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Intersection

Intersection: Law Enforcement and Domestic Violence Calls


The most dangerous call a law enforcement officer can get is a domestic violence call. What dangers do officers face when responding to a domestic violence call? Joining us is Agent Cyndi Young with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to talk about what they’ve been doing to identify domestic violence cases early and stop the perpetrators.
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Roy Austin, attorney for ninth judicial state prosecutor Aramis Ayala speaks to reporters after oral arguments at the Florida Supreme Court. Photo: Renata Sago.
Central Florida News

Ayala’s Office Operating With $1.3M Budget Cut In Rift Over Death Penalty


A $1.3 million budget cut to the Orange and Osceola state attorney’s office took effect this month. It’s the latest move in a legal rift between state attorney Aramis Ayala and Florida Governor Rick Scott over the death penalty. The money was originally appropriated as special funding to combat human trafficking and domestic violence. Victims’ rights advocates are concerned.
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