Be careful in the dark! Crime can increase!

 

Florida still recognizes daylight savings time, this weekend we turn back our clocks which means shorter days and longer darkness. With the increased hours of darkness crime can flourish, offering up more opportunity for people to be taken away in handcuffs. Increased Crime when Daylight Savings ends! The Journal of Experimental Criminology tested the effect […]

Sexual Assault, Rape, Domestic Violence

 

Are there differences between domestic violence, sexual assault, rape? Yes there are differences between each of these. It is important to know the difference between sexual assault, domestic violence and rape, know what to do if you are a victim, and know that you should always report any abuses. As defined by the U.S. Department […]

Online Gaming – Fortnite – Should You Be Concerned?

 

It’s Just A Harmless Video Game, Or Is It???? If you have a child in elementary, middle or high school you have most likely heard about the online game Fortnite. It is a game of team work, skill, challenges and survival. It has grown in popularity and many hours are spent on a game console […]

Don’t let your anger get the best of you!

 

Child endangerment and child neglect Unfortunately both of these have been recently making headlines in the Orlando, Florida news. We are saddened by the number of cases and encourage parents to see help. Raising children can be one of the hardest jobs in the world and even more so if you are doing it alone! […]

Home Alone?

 

Home Alone? The start of school can be a stressful time for your family. Juggling work, school drop off and pick up, homework, etc. can make it difficult for two income households or single parent households. Depending on your family’s situation you may not be able to afford after school care and your children become […]

See Something, Definitely Say Something

 

If you see something, definitely say something! School is back in session in Central Florida and local school districts have heightened their safety awareness. It is important that adults equip children with methods to avoid and stop bullying and ensure they are comfortable sharing their concerns with an adult. Students are in school more than […]

School Zones

 

School is Back in Session Soon, Drivers Beware of School Zones! Students in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Volusia counties will be heading back to school soon. 33rd Street Bail Bonds wants to remind drivers to pay attention while driving near school zones. In the next few weeks, get prepared for the new school year […]