Tracey Murphy, advocate and intimate partner violence survivor, will be speaking at the 2013 Crime Survivors Awards Banquet, sponsored by Crime Survivors, Inc. Friday, April 26, 2013 at Anaheim Marriott, 12015 Harbor Boulevard, Garden Grove, CA.
The purpose of this event is to present public safety personnel from the private and public sector with awards for assisting and helping victims of crime; Bringing awareness, prevention, and survival to all of the surrounding communities while offering resources and services to victims of crime. This event is also a fund-raising opportunity for Crime Survivors, Inc. to help support our programs. All proceeds raised by this event will go directly to programs for Crime Survivors. http://www.crimesurvivors.org/page/events/2013-crime-survivors-awards-banquet/
For several years Tracey Murphy was mentored by the late Susan Murphy Milano, nationally recognized intimate partner violence expert. Murphy assisted her in the exposure of the revolutionary Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (EAA) described in detail in Murphy Milano’s book, Time’s Up: A Guide on How to Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship. Using the EAA in her own safety and escape plan, Tracey Murphy is a testament to the favorable results of the EAA and how it can be used successfully in helping victims of intimate partner violence enhance their personalized safety plan and escape abuse.
Tracey Murphy is one of a handful of advocates carrying the torch of Susan Murphy Milano’s work through Document The Abuse, bringing awareness to audiences and organizations across the country of the benefits of the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit and teaching how it can be incorporated into existing protocols. The importance of the EAA to first responders, law enforcement, court personnel, hospital personnel and domestic violence advocates is one of Murphy Milano’s significant contributions to the vast issue of keeping victims of abuse from becoming murder victims.
Celebrating National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Crime Survivors, Inc. recognizes those who have gone beyond the call of duty to ensure that victims’ rights are made stronger and enforced. Those honored have given of their personal time and talents to assist victims and be sure they know what their rights are and how to respectfully exercise them. The mission of Crime Survivors is to ensure the public knows victims’ rights and needs and to provide resources, support, and information to empower crime victims to survive and thrive.
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