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Safe In Harm’s Way is a partner with VictimsVoice.app, so that we can offer the only way to document abuse which is able to be included in any court of law. This incredible app lessens the terror associated with court cases and documentation.

As a Partner Member of VictimsVoice, we offer FREE licenses, allowing survivors to document their abuse in a way that is legally admissible as evidence. 

It never hurts to document, because legally admissible documentation really doesn’t matterUNTIL IT DOES.

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DID YOU KNOW? 

8 OUT OF 10 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES ARE DISMISSED
DUE TO A LACK OF EVIDENCE AND VICTIMS BEING TOO SCARED TO TESTIFY


Attorneys and well-intending people tell victims to “DOCUMENT EVERYTHING” but not everything is admissible as evidence. In fact, most of what is collected and documented does not meet the criteria as evidence and won’t be allowed in court. But don’t take our word for it. Here’s some official statistics by leading US agencies. 

VictimsVoice makes sure you collect the RIGHT details in the RIGHT way so you have an increased chance of getting a solid protective order, presenting evidence needed in custody hearings, aide investigators in building a stronger case, and assisting prosecutors to more effectively and appropriately hold your abuser accountable.

Utilize our services and connections today.

  • If you need a free annual VictimsVoice license, just click on the “Request VictimsVoice” button below to privately request one from Caroline directly.
    • This will generate an email request, so make sure you use a secure email address.
  • If you’d like to donate a license to Safe In Harm’s Way directly, click on the “Donate VictimsVoice” button below to get started.
    • This will direct you to the VictimsVoice website

Check out our Safe In Harm’s Way Flower of Feelings to explore the emotions of your relationships, and how to recognize and heal from those feelings which hurt the most.  

We envision a world where survivors can recognize the feelings in their relationships as the hallmark red flags of abuse. We stand as architects of change, amplifying the voices of survivors by addressing the intricate web of emotions entwined with unhealthy relationships. Our values encompass a sanctuary where feelings find validation, where emotions find expression, and where healing begins.