IMPORTANT NOTE: The CLB website is currently being updated to be the nation's leading resource and informational portal on GPS monitoring and other meaningful safeguards to protect victims of domestic violence. Check back soon for complete resources, the latest news and a new look.
As you know, or if you are visiting this website by chance, a tragedy on March 7th, 2008, will forever change us. A daughter, a sister, an aunt, a cousin, a friend and a colleague, Cindy L. Bischof, was taken from this world through an act of violence. Through inspiration that only Cindy could have given us, we remain committed to working diligently to help other victims of domestic violence as Cindy had expressed a desire to do, but whoís time on earth was ended abruptly and far too soon.
March 7, 2013 marks the 5-year anniversary of Cindyís death. The foundation has spent the last 5 years since the tragedy working hard to make a difference in the lives of other victims of domestic violence. We have had many successes. Our successes can be linked and directly attributable to the collective efforts of many people that have expressed a desire to contribute and help us make a difference. Our gratitude goes out to each and every one of you.
Please take some time to visit our site so we may share with you some successes, victimís resources, and some goals that we continue to work towards achieving. In the coming weeks, months, and years ahead, we expect to continue to make progress in the area of domestic violence.
Thank you for your continued support and inspiration.
Brotman: 'Silent Witness' exhibit tells victims' stories (download PDF)
Governor Walker Signs Victim Protection Legislation at Milwaukee Crime Lab (download PDF)
Download the report, Working Together to End Violence Against Women: Court Watch Report 2009-2010
presented by the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network (funded through a $10,000 contribution by the CLB Foundation)
Domestic Violence Facts