I stopped a fist fight from happening right outside my house by simply stepping outside, and politely asking not to.
Saw a couple in a car fighting. You could see in the body language. He was faced towards her yelling,pointing his finger. She was cowering, wiping away tears. It looked really scary! I called the police.
I stopped a robbery in progress at a liquor store.
I connected a group of citizens together to help form #WeAreAnchorage. We have been involved in creating, organizing and establishing multiple outreach and awareness events in Anchorage for 2015. We are committed to ending the acceptance of violence in our community.
I called 911 when I noticed a couple fighting on the side of the road
I stopped a dad from hurting child by being loud and saying in the carts store Hey and he stop hurting his son.
I was leaving a meeting yesterday and a bus driver flagged me down asking me to drive by and check on a situation she felt uncomfortable about. I was able to drive by and dispatch law enforcement.
Rates of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse are unacceptably high.Learn More »
There are a lot of reasons why it is hard to intervene in a red dot situation. The good news is, there are a lot of options.Learn More »
There are many simple and easy ways to stop violence before it happens and to help change our culture.Learn More »
There are small things you can do every day, like expressing an intolerance of violence, to spread green dots.Learn More »