If you are a victim of child sexual abuse by clergy or have knowledge of such abuse, report it to OAG at www.ReportClergyAbusetoDCOAG.com
It was a packed auditorium at John Philip Sousa Middle School last week for the second annual kickoff of “I Belong Here,” OAG’s year-long attendance competition that works to combat school truancy.
4.2 billion. That’s how many robocalls (a call that uses an automated dialer to deliver a pre-recorded message) were made to U.S. households in August 2018 alone.
Reporting child abuse is required by law. Learn how to report.
OAG has launched and fully staffed its own violence interruption program called “Cure the Streets” and it’s already showing some early signs of progress.
If you are a student borrower working to qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, here are six tips that can help.
Earlier this summer, the Centers for Disease Control released a report showing that suicide rates between 1999 and 2016 have increased more than 30 percent in half of the states and by about 16 percent in the District.
Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received nearly 14,000 complaints about identity theft of individuals 19 years old or younger.
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