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This year, she’s chosen to educate youth in relationship violence.
Bilmer has been to high schools across Chilliwack, Hope, Agassiz and Aldergrove, with a calendar filling up for more events. She reached out to a few friends of a high-profile murder victim from Surrey, Maple Batalia.
It can be seen in public humiliation of a partner, a girl withdrawing from her friends, or a boy obsessed with a girl’s online behavior. Sarah Bilmer, Violence in Relationships and Missing Persons Coordinator for the Serious Crimes Unit.
She’s been speaking to Chilliwack high school students about the warning signs of dating violence, the risks of ignoring those signs, and how to help if abuse is suspected.
“You could have a partner threatening to harm or kill themselves, making fake suicidal comments,” she says.
“And that’s a big warning sign, if someone is willing to kill themselves, they have reached a low point and may be battling depression.” She says to also watch for a victim who is a really fearful of their partner, who changes their behavior when their partner is around, or starts to isolate themselves from friends and family.
“Through education we bring awareness to the subject with a means to recognize warning signs and prevent this type of violence.
“When I approached them, they said it was good timing,” Bilmer says.“They will isolate themselves from whoever doesn’t support the relationship, and then that’s the only person who they have a relationship with,” she says. But some may notice a larger, very common, pattern of violence.