Domestic Violence Awareness
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The staff of the District Attorney’s Office took the challenge and made the White Ribbon Pledge to put an end to domestic violence.
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office conducted a HopeLine Cell Phone drive.
Cell Phones were collected at the District Attorney’s Office as well as local Police Departments.
The Verizon Wireless HopeLine® program collects no-longer-used wireless phones, batteries and accessories in any condition from any wireless service provider through phone drives and at Communications Stores nationwide. Phones that can be refurbished are sold and those without value are disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Proceeds are used to provide wireless phones, air time and cash grants to local shelters and non-profit organizations that focus on domestic violence prevention and awareness.
The Greater Brockton Area Task Force on Sexual Assault and Domestic violence asked District Attorney Timothy Cruz to serve on a panel to discuss the issue of Domestic Violence. Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Executive Director of the Governor’s Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Tammy Mello, and Ruth Zakarin also served on the panel.
The forum was held by the Women’s Resource Center at Massasoit Community College.
The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office participated in the Domestic Violence Awareness Day, which was held on October 17, 2016 in the Student Union at Massasoit Community College.
Representatives from our office were on hand to offer resources and information.