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Press Release BMC Probation Officer is appointed to Women's Commission and launches Bike Program for struggling teens and domestic violence victims

Rhonda Greene, a six-year Probation Officer at Boston Municipal Court-Central Division, was appointed to the Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW) and immediately launched the commission's Bike Program.
For immediate release:
3/08/2021
  • Massachusetts Probation Service

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Coria Holland, Communications Director

MassachusettsA cyclist, Ms. Greene began collecting bikes to donate to struggling teens and women who are domestic violence victims and survivors. CCSW is a city department in Cambridge whose purpose is "to ensure equity for women and girls in all economic, social, political, and educational opportunities throughout the city," according to its website.

Rhonda Greene
Rhonda Greene

Ms. Greene, who commutes to work by bike, said she would also like to provide bikes to individuals on Pretrial probation to help them make their court dates once more court sessions open up post COVID-19.

She is working in collaboration with the Cambridge Police Department and Cambridge Bike, a local business, which are assisting her with the collection and delivery of bicycles as well as the refurbishing and repairing of donated bikes.

"Bikes are perfect for people with transportation challenges. They don't have to worry about parking or if they don't have enough money to take public transportation. Riding a bike is also a great way to exercise and clear your head," Ms. Greene said.

The first bike was donated to Friday Night Hype, a Cambridge-based mentoring program.

If you have an old bike collecting dust at home and would like to help, contact Ms. Greene at Rhonda.Greene1@jud.ma.us or greenewenvy@gmail.com.

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Media Contact for BMC Probation Officer is appointed to Women's Commission and launches Bike Program for struggling teens and domestic violence victims

Massachusetts Probation Service 

MPS's main goal is to keep communities safe and to provide people on probation with the rehabilitative tools they need to live a productive and law-abiding life.

Effective Monday, July 20, 2020, the Office of the Commissioner of Probation will be open to the public by appointment only. If you wish to make an appointment or speak with someone regarding sealing or expunging a record or have questions for the Records Unit, please call (617) 557-0225.
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