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Turners Falls Block Party
NWDA Victim /Witness Team - Greenfield Office
Amherst Public Safety picnic at the Young's Men Club of Hadley
NWDA Juvenile Justice Unit - Diversion Specialist ADA Liz Mulcahy, Juvenile ADA Caitlyn Rock and Unit Chief ADA Yvonne Pesce
South Hadley High School students wear white in support of the White Ribbon Campaign to end violence against women
District Attorney David E. Sullivan and Assistant District Attorney Jeremy Bucci outside the Easthampton Public Safety Complex
New Permanent Drug Drop-off Box in Greenfield police station
The NWDA and partners raised the Children's Memorial Flag, April 1, 2013, in Northampton and Mayor David Narkewicz read a Mayoral Proclamation
Hampshire County Law Day - May 1, 2013 - Old Superior Court, Northampton
Press conference following sentencing of Anthony Baye in Northampton arsons and manslaughter
2nd Annual Youth Conference on Substance Abuse Prevention
Oct. 5, 2013 Valley Gun Buy Back: More than 300 unwanted guns removed from homes!
ADA Caitlyn Rock with the Granby High School Mock Trial team and their competitors, Pioneer Valley Performing Arts School
Permanent Drug Drop-Off Box, Williamsburg PD
Center for Women & Community Associate Director Becky Lockwood, Western Mass. SANE Coordinator Mary Walz-Watson, NWDA Domestic Violence and Adult Sexual Assault Unit Chief ADA Jennifer Suhl, Amherst PD Lt. Det. Ron Young present on Investigating Complex Sexual Assault Involving Alcohol or Drug Use
DA Sullivan, Bristol ADA Courtney Cahill, NWDA Director of Domestic Violence Projects Mary Kociela present on domestic violence and the workplace
April 26, 2014 National Prescription Drug Day
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 26, 2014
Huntington man pleads guilty to 2012 murder
Hampshire County Law Day 2014
Franklin County Law Day 2014 - Greenfield Community College
NWDA and Domestic Violence Task Force and Ware High School Domestic Violence Task Force

Welcome to the website of the Office of Northwestern District Attorney David E. Sullivan, the chief law enforcement official for the Northwestern District of Hampshire and Franklin counties and the town of Athol.


09.29.2014 - 8:30AM
For more details and registration information, click HERE for the conference program.
10.01.2014 - 11:30AM
Register NOW for the October 1 orientation by clicking on the following link or the poster below:...

Click HERE to register for the October 1 Lifelines Suicide Prevention orientation

Drop off unwanted drugs anonymously at Drop Boxes in police stations in Amherst, Athol, Belchertown, Erving, Easthampton, Deerfield, Granby, Greenfield, Hadley, Montague, Northampton, Orange, South Hadley, Sunderland, Williamsburg and Ware


Read the New York Times story about the NWDA-University of Massachusetts campaign to end sexual assault on campuses




Community Outreach and Education

Consumer Protection

Should you have a consumer complaint, please fill out an e-complaint by clicking HERE to reach the Massachusetts Attorney General's website. The NWDA will receive your complaint from the AGO and contact you to discuss it further. The Consumer Protection Unit does not provide legal advice or opinions.

Domestic Violence prevention

Juvenile Justice

Child Abuse Prevention


NWDA Prevention Programs

NWDA Prosecution Programs

Catch up with NWDA videos, photos, events and articles on our Facebook page by clicking here.




Click on video below to see DA Sullivan talk about the opiate abuse epidemic with WGBY's Jim Madigan.

Click HERE or on cover above to read our 2013 Annual Report

Veterans Blue Book 

Help spread the word about stopping sexual assault on campuses by viewing and sharing the following PSAs:

Watch the "Guy Talk" PSA HERE.

Watch the "Asserts" PSA HERE.

Watch the "Bystander" PSA HERE.

To watch all three PSAs, click: Campaign to End  Sexual Assault on Campuses

Click the button below to visit our Campaign to End Sexual Assault on Campuses RESOURCES PAGE for PDFs of posters and more.

The NWDA has produced a short video to help explain the court system to victims and witnesses.