RULES EVERYONE MUST FOLLOW
1. Submissions cannot have real or actual names of the victim or offender.
2. No addresses or goegraphical locations can be used to share what state, city, county or country the event happened in.
3. You may use photos of injuries sustained or damage to personal property.
4. Any photos used may have the victims or offenders face or identifying tatoos redacted.
5. Stories must be factual and should be corrobated by written third party evidence. (i.e., police report, news stories)
6. We reserve the right to reject any story that has contents that are unverifiable, too far-fetched, or simply unreal.
Please contact us if you have any questions comments or concerns. . .
Sharing our Stories
Sometimes through heartache and pain, we teach others. At the National Domestic Violence Registry we know that in most cases, we learn from the trials and tribulations that others have experienced and shared.
We are encouraging victims of domestic violence or those familiar with their stories to come forward and share their stories (with the victim's permission) so that others can:
2). BE INSPIRED to seek assistance;
a. get help and,
b. leave their abusive relationship;
3). Have CONFIRMATION, that they acted similarily and,
a. should have no regrets;
4). NEVER FORGET, so that previous mistakes are not repeated.