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This Valentine’s Day, parents can give their children the gift of love by having a serious conversation about relationships and how to avoid being a victim of teen dating violence.” This year, the RICADV is partnering with
– a social networking site and video project that helps teens talk about what’s cool and what’s not in relationships.
You will need your account number as it appears on your statement of account and your Express Service Phone 24 PIN (“ESP24 PIN”).
If you don’t have an ESP24 PIN, please contact us at 401.553.2636 or visit any branch office to select your ESP24 PIN to begin logging on immediately.
February is often associated with flowers, candy and love.
February is also National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, and Attorney General Peter Kilmartin is joining forces with the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) to urge teens, parents and educators to take the time to learn how to recognize the signs of dating violence and abuse so they can help prevent it.
Sixty eight percent of teens say that boyfriends/girlfriends sharing private or embarrassing photos/videos on cell phones and computers are a serious problem. Teen dating violence is abusive behaviors used to exert power and control over a dating partner. Teens and young adults experience the same types of abuse in relationships as adults do.
Sending unwanted text messages, pressuring for nude pictures, breaking into social networking sites, and other controlling behavior that occurs electronically is often not recognized as abuse by teens.
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