Sheriff's Patrol Vehicle Fights Domestic Violence

(Poughkeepsie, NY)  --  Dutchess County residents will soon see a specially lettered Sheriff’s vehicle on patrol.

Sheriff Butch Anderson says the vehicle has a prominent visual message for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and in support of Domestic Violence victims. The SUV will be seen at special events and on road patrol. 

From the Sheriff’s press release:

“Please join us in spreading the word that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In Dutchess County we need everyone’s help to achieve our goal of eradicating domestic violence. We urge you to please get involved by supporting awareness and helping us take action. If you would like to get involved please consider attending the following two events taking place later this month:

Family Services 8th Annual Walk a Mile – 10/13/18 from 9a – 12p at All Sport Health & Fitness in Fishkill

Family Services Center for Victim Safety and Support Candlelight Vigil to commemorate and support victims and survivors of domestic violence – 10/24/18 from 5:30p – 6:30p at the Family Partnership on No. Hamilton St in Poughkeepsie. “

Photo:  Provided by DCSO

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