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Press Release Newburyport District Probation employees participated in 40th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence

For immediate release:
10/22/2021
  • Massachusetts Probation Service

Media Contact for Newburyport District Probation employees participated in 40th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence

Coria Holland, Communications Director

Chief Probation Officer Frederick Clark Jr. and members of his staff participated in the recent 40th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence organized by the Jeanne Geiger Center in Newburyport to bring awareness to domestic violence and intimate partner abuse. Mr. Clark was joined by Probation Officer Michael Kelly, Probation Officer Olivia Nambi, Associate Probation Officer Lidia Lafitt, and Probation Case Specialist Rebecca Malynn.

Members of the Newburyport staff who participated in the walk
Left to right: Officer Michael Kelly, Associate Probation Officer Vivian Lafitt, Probation Officer Olivia Nambi, Probation Case Specialist Rebecca Malynn, and Newburyport District Chief Probation Officer Frederick Clark Jr.

"The probation employees were proud to represent Newburyport District Court to not only take a stance against domestic violence, but to raise awareness and assist in changing the narrative of such a fundamental topic," said Ms. Nambi.

The Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center provides comprehensive services to meet the complex needs of adults and children who have experienced domestic violence in16 local communities throughout Greater Newburyport to the Merrimack Valley.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic violence issues while raising awareness for those issues.

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Media Contact for Newburyport District Probation employees participated in 40th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence

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