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something that physically protects, especially from danger

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It will fund domestic abuse protection injunctions in June for one year, which will be piloted by Wiltshire, West Mercia and Greater Manchester police.
In response to professional agitation to "do something" about the problem of child abuse, Congress set forth standards for state child protection agencies in 1974, in the Child Abuse Protection and Treatment Act, also called the Mondale Act for its senatorial sponsor.
CHICAGO -- Screening for intimate partner violence among parents who bring their children into the emergency department is an active form of child abuse protection, Dr.
The Bankruptcy Abuse Protection and Consumer Protection Act has important and wide-reaching implications not only for bankruptcy lawyers but also for those whose practices focus on estate planning, real estate, asset preservation, business, and litigation.
There, she was responsible for the elder abuse protection unit, the violence against women grant program, the youth mentoring program, the school violence program, and the sexually violent predator unit and victim services.
Montinari was also ordered to attend a substance abuse protection programme.
In addition to the high level of abuse protection offered by Pawling's entire line of PRO.
Since that awakening, Bernardin and the 22 other church men and women who comprise RAAP's executive committee, have sponsored national conferences, met with and gained the support of two presidents and three attorneys general, and helped to pass the federal Child Exploitation and Obscenity Act of 1988 and the Child Sexual Abuse Protection Act of 1994 that makes it illegal for Americans to travel abroad for the purpose of sex tourism.