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Domestic Violence - Public Service Announcement

Do you feel trapped in your marriage, but you’re afraid of leaving because your partner threatens to harm you, take away your children or report you to immigration? In Colorado it’s against the law to abuse your spouse or children. Regardless of your legal status, you and your children have the right to be safe and feel secure. Whether you stay or leave the relationship, help is available.

If you are in immediate danger, dial 9-1-1. For confidential help, call 1-888-247-7472.

© 2011 Office of the District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District, State of Colorado

Domestic Violence (Spanish) - Public Service Announcement

¿Tu cónyuge o pareja te golpea, humilla (avergüenza), te hace hacer cosas contra tu voluntad, te amenaza con deportarte o con quitarte a tus hijos?

No tienes que aguantar el abuso. Tienes opciones. Hay servicios disponibles para ayudarte.

Llama a un refugio o a tu departamento local de policía para pedir ayuda.

Para obtener ayuda confidencial y más información contacta, 1-888-247-7472. Si sientes que estás en peligro inmediato llama al 9-1-1.

© 2011 Office of the District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District, State of Colorado

Teen Sexual Harassment - Public Service Announcement

It’s not funny, it’s not flirting, sexual harassment violates you and it violates the law. Unwanted sexual behaviors are never okay. Slapping butts, snapping bra straps, sexually inappropriate texts, jokes or comments – if it’s unwanted it’s against the law.

You get to decide what crosses the line.
At school, at work or at home – don’t ignore it – say no and report it.

You can report anonymously at 1-877-542-7233 (SAFE)

© 2011 Office of the District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District, State of Colorado