Jan 28, 2015
Leaving an abusive relationship is hard. What may sound
simple to an outsider is more complex to those on the inside.
It’s not as simple as it sounds. The background of an
individual – economic, cultural, education, age, sex or lifestyle –
does not matter. Domestic violence, be it physical or emotional
affects all walks of life. One in three female homicide
victims are murdered by their current or former partner every
year! This needs to stop!
Even if you’re not in an abusive situation, chances are you know someone who is. What can you do to help? What can you do if you are abused? Our guest, Tim Wenzel is a Protective Security Consultant based out of the San Francisco Bay area. Tim founded Wenzel Protection Group to provide security & consulting services to the US Government, Foreign Diplomats, Corporations, and Families.
Wenzel Protection Group believes in making the world a better place. Their passion project has been working with Victims of Domestic Violence. They are committed to providing education, consulting, and services that help these families live without fear.
- How to leave without a trace
- Working with a team – Lawyer, Therapist and Security Professional
- Working with Security Professional
- Working with your Security Professional After You’ve Left
- Safe Living Training
- Breaking the DV cycle and transition to a healthy new start
To contact Tim Wenzel email firstname.lastname@example.org
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