Today for a Safer Tomorrow
Youth Safety Strategies
Article on Domestic Violence:
By Suzanne Smith re: the murder of her sister
The CAVEAT REPORT
STOPWATCH Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1997 - "CAVEAT President at The Hague"
STOPWATCH Vol. 5, No. 2, April 1997 - "Ribbons Worn in Memory of the Victims"
STOPWATCH Vol. 5, No. 1, February 1997 - "Are Victims' Bills of Rights Merely Empty Rhetoric?"
STOPWATCH 1996, Volume V - "High-Risk Offender Bill a 'Gutsy' Move"
STOPWATCH 1996, Volume IV - "Multiple Killers Need Not Apply"
STOPWATCH 1996, Volume III - "Books 'n Bullets"
STOPWATCH 1996, Volume II - "Changes to Early Parole Law Promised by Rock"
STOPWATCH 1996, Volume I - "Looking at SafetyNet 1995"
STOPWATCH, October 1995 - "The Bernardo Trial"
STOPWATCH, March 1995 - "Yardstick of Accountability: The SafetyNet Conference"
STOPWATCH, June 1994 - "Focus on Youth"
STOPWATCH, March 1994 - "Two Million Canadians Cannot Be Ignored"
The CAVEAT, November 1993 - "What Do Victims of Crime Want?"
STOPWATCH, October 1993 - "Justice in Jeopardy"
The CAVEAT, May 1993 - "CAVEAT: A Year Later"
The CAVEAT, September 1992 (Our first newsletter)
A Love That Kills is a powerful documentary that tells the tragic story of
Monica Drake, a 19 year old woman who was murdered by her former boyfriend. A co-production of
Documentary Productions Ltd. and the National Film Board of Canada in association with Ontario Women's
Directorate and with the participation of CAVEAT and British Columbia Ministry of Women's Equality.
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Fatal Mistakes: the Disturbing Events that led to the Murder of Nina de Villiers and a Nationwide Campaign
Against Violence was written by respected crime writer and bestselling author, Kevin Marron, and published
by Doubleday. It provides a hard-hitting, insightful look at two disparate lives and the (in)actions of
authorities in the health, social and justice systems involved in the sad and needless death of
Nina de Villiers.
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