Franklin County Sheriff Christopher Donelan, Communities that Care Coalition co-coordinator Kat Allen, DEA special agent Joseph Karas and DA Sullivan in a roundtable discussion at Greenfield Community Television on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
The Consumer Protection Unit works in cooperation with the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office to mediate individual consumer disputes and investigate complaints of unfair or deceptive business practices.
The Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Unit specializes in the prosecution of cases involving family, partner or household violence. The unit provides domestic violence prosecution and prevention trainings for law enforcement, battered women's advocates and community groups.
The Community Outreach and Education Unit works closely with community partners to provide crime prevention and safety information to the citizens of the Northwestern District with special emphasis on the reduction of violence in schools, Internet safety, diversity awareness, alcohol and drug abuse prevention and enhancing awareness of crimes against elders.
TRIAD is a local community crime prevention partnership of elders, law enforcement and human service providers. It aims to reduce criminal victimization of elders through education and to enhance the delivery of law enforcement services. The program is coordinated an supported by the joint efforts of District Attorney David E. Sullivan, Hampshire County Sheriff Robert J. Garvey and Franklin County Sheriff Christopher J. Donelan; local police departments and Councils on Aging.