Community Awareness Event
- New Heights Charter School, 1690 Main Street, Brockton, MA
These bags will be dispersed to Plymouth County Police Departments for officers to hand out to female victims who may be vulnerable or at high-risk for HT.
A promising morning spent at Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald’s Prayer Breakfast with New Hope Correctional Ministry.
Everyone in the room is doing their part to positively change the lives of those incarcerated.
Photo credits: Representative Matt Muratore
Our thanks to Robert Kjellman and Stephen Halko-Sheehan who got fired up to stop by and chew the fat on the 14th annual Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off.
This truly is a labor of love and a love of barbecue, and all to benefit local charities.
September 10, 2022 at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.🔥
With the Brockton Redevelopment Authority today and listening to exciting details about the Brockton Business Assistance Program partnership with the Asian American Civic Association to bring the first Brockton Asian Business Technical Assistance Program here.
Please consider joining us and walk a mile in a survivor’s shoes at the Love Life Now Foundation’s Heel-A-Thon for domestic violence awareness.
Proud to support Lovern Gordon and this fun event which benefits the very serious issue of domestic violence.
Each year millions of Americans fall victim to some type of financial fraud or internet scheme.
Giving our Don’t Be $cammed presentation this morning so that folks at the Duxbury Senior Center can avoid the pitfalls of being taken advantage of.
Thank you to the Wareham Police and all those who contributed to make today’s Wareham Resource Fair a huge success.
Glad to sponsor this event.
The food truck was present today and many were able to sample the first fried dough of the season!
Proud to sponsor Taylor’s Message with Kathi Sullivan at Carver High School. We spoke to students ahead of prom.
There was a close call in town recently where students were involved in an accident. Thankfully, everyone was safe.
Good choices make it a night to remember, not a night to forget
At Plymouth North High School this morning for the Health & Safety Fair.
Proud that my office could be part of this event. Thank you to Assistant District Attorney Amanda Fowle for presenting our Cyber Sense Program, and thank you to Jen Cantwell, our Community Engagement Coordinator for staffing a table with our resources.
Great to see so many families turn out and so many of our community partners step up to make today’s fair a success!
My office was proud to participate in the Healthy Kids Day at the South Shore YMCA Emilson in Hanover.
Thank you to Community Engagement Coordinator Christina Fitzgerald for staffing our resource table during the event.
Special thanks to Executive Director Dan Berry and all those who organized this fun day for South Shore families.
Participating in a frank discussion today with Hingham school officials, police, and MIAA on the consequences of youth substance use.
Thanks to Hingham CARES, Kristen Arute, for bringing together this panel to brainstorm how best to help teens steer clear of destructive decisions
Speaking on senior scams and the positive Plymouth County crime statistics at Old Colony Planning Council.
Our office is out in the community to listen, collaborate and act.
Thank you to Old Colony Planning Council’s Secretary- Commissioner Sandra Wright, and Executive Director Mary Waldron for the invitation to virtually present this information to council members.
Prom/graduation season is here.
Whitman Hanson Regional High School hosted their annual mock crash presentation.
Event organizers are hoping that this re-enactment on the impact of impaired driving will hit home with their students.
Thank you to the Whitman Hanson Regional School District for allowing this reenactment to take place.
Thank you to the Police Departments and Fire Departments of Whitman and Hanson, Richard MacKinnon of MacKinnon Funeral Home, and the MedFlight helicopter for coordinating their efforts to make this event happen.
A Special Thank you to Officer Derek Harrington-Hanson Police for all of your efforts putting this event together. Not a detail was spared!
School vacation this week but summer is around the corner.
Thank you to Mayor Robert Sullivan for hosting today’s Youth Champions Day for kids and parents to learn about all of the great summer programs and activities that the City of Brockton has to offer.
This Marathon Eve we’re wishing all the best to the over 30,000 athletes who will make the 26.2 mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston.
Special shout out to our victim witness advocate Danielle Smith, who will embark on her 13th Boston Marathon to benefit Cops For Kids for Cancer.
Many thanks to Mr. Willie Wilson for sharing his wealth of historical knowledge of Brockton’s Liberty Tree with our staffers today.
This trees marked an important stop on the Underground Railroad and we are proud to have it on display in our office’s foyer for all to experience.
Thin mints, caramel deLites or peanut butter patties?
Happy to join Marion Police and Fire today in supporting the young entrepreneurs of Marion Girl Scout Troop 67047.
It’s crunch time! Stop by and get your boxes while they last!
The show must go on!
After years of planning, a little weather event wasn’t going to delay when the curtain dropped on the Southeastern Performing Arts Center.
Bravo to Superintendent Luis Lopes and all those who envisioned the plans for this theater. Sure to be enjoyed for years to come!
Myself and members of my staff spent the morning wishing Brockton area residents a very happy healthy and prosperous new year!
Today, February 1, 2022, I was honored to join Mayor Sullivan and the newly formed African American Association of Brockton in hoisting the African American flag at City Hall.
This flag raising honors Black History Month, and reminds us all of the struggles and triumphs of African Americans throughout our history.
I was proud to bring the Liberty Tree display that was donated to our office to the ceremony to share its history.
Thank you to the African American Association of Brockton, and the City of Brockton for organizing this event.
On this frigid day our thoughts go out to those living on the streets without food or shelter.
Our office is proud to support the efforts of the Cape Verdean Association and so many working to serve the homeless community in Brockton.
Please consider donating items or volunteering for this worthwhile event.
Proud to support the 30th annual West Bridgewater’s Park Day. The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office and the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department joined forces to promote the Make It Home campaign, along with our office resources.