There has to be a pressing reason for them to share it, or they are not allowed to do so.
So not getting a disclosure doesn’t mean there is no violent past: it just means the police either don’t have any information, or they don’t feel the risk is high enough at that time.
It's a full time job just trying to keep up with her...
Or at least trying to find her latest sleeping places :) Oh well, I guess at 21 (102 in cat years) it's respectable to sleep 23 hours a day! I am so behind with pics and freebies; right now I would like to share with you the photos from Vignette's fabulous Seaside Summer Fete!
They should also give you the details of a specialist domestic violence service, who you can go to for support.
The board and I look forward to working alongside John as we continue to strengthen and expand the important services being offered to families impacted by domestic violence.” Price, a longtime resident of Baton Rouge, received his BS degree from Louisiana State University and his Juris Doctorate from the Paul M.
Hebert School of Law, where he was inducted into the law school Hall of Fame.
The Capital Area Family Violence Intervention enter, Inc., also known as the Iris Domestic Violence Center, serving a seven-parish area around the capital area, has announced the selection of John J. Price will be succeeding Lynn Medley-Long as director who will be taking early retirement.
Price was selected by the Board of Director’s Executive Search Committee to replace Medley-Long who served as the executive director for two years.