The We Choose All of Us Campaign demonstrates the power and unity of all people in our communities. We believe in the power of change that young people hold in your schools, neighborhoods, and communities.

Unfair treatment, harassment, or discrimination based on gender or gender expression is wrong and creates the conditions for gender violence – abuse and sexual assault – to occur.

We also believe that schools play a key role in educating young people about dating violence and providing help to teens in abusive relationships.

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We Choose All of Us We are a people who choose A world where everyone is valued where everyone is safe where everyone can thrive A world rooted in interdependence, resilience, regeneration A world where love is love and kindness is everything We choose to embrace transformation To weave together our voices and stories To find our way back to our ancestors and ourselves through love and community We choose to be bold enough to celebrate each other To see our interconnectedness and honor our differences To listen deeply; hear and be heard We believe in a collective humanity In one family, one community, one people In the power of language In conversations that transform our hearts, minds and world We believe in becoming something bigger than ourselves In imagining together to achieve the unimaginable Together we can change anything.

We believe our choices have power And in choosing to create the new story of Idaho We choose all of us.

We conducted a nationwide review of state laws and found common trends, both positive and negative, that directly impact the protection of teens.

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The two most common individual services within any category of service in Idaho are "resources and referrals and court accompaniment/advocacy" while the two least common services are "sex offender counseling and after school programs". The third most common language after English and Spanish is Sign language at 8% of the organizations.

Demographically, the organizations are mostly like to be equipped to serve Women .

They both completed advanced training from the FBI LEEDA Supervisory Institute. She was also in Tampa with "Super Chief" Jane Castor, shadowing her. It is filled from top to bottom with well-trained professionals in law enforcement. The members of this department would like to wish the Chief a very happy and healthy retirement.

And, with all the lessons Chief Shastany has taught, and all the training he made sure was delivered, the Stoughton Police Department will continue to be a leader in law enforcement circles. The Chief has laid a foundation of strength, stability, and leadership.

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BREAKING NEWS---Stoughton Police Chief Paul Shastany, whose reign officially ends on April 29 (although he has worked his last shift), has named an interim chief, Lt. The first female lieutenant on the force, becomes the first female chief in Stoughton's history. And, as for assessments, every day is like an assessment center under me.

By Kelly Miller, Start Strong Idaho Director Kelly Miller is the executive director of the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence, a statewide nonprofit coalition engaging voices to create change in the prevention, intervention, and response to domestic violence, adolescent relationship abuse, stalking, and sexual assault.