YPD Hosts White Ribbon Day 2017

YPD Hosts White Ribbon Day 2017   By Jonathan Mayo

For the fifth year in a row Yarmouth Police Department hosted White Ribbon Day at Cape Cod Irish Village. This event, largely made possible by Independence House, asks that men and boys take this pledge. “From this day forward, I promise to be a part of the solution in ending violence against women.” Support for this event came from Independence House, Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office, Yarmouth Police department and countless other individuals. Police departments from all across The Cape were represented at the event.

Below we see Independence House Director Lysetta Hurge-Putnam. 















Below, District Attorney Michael O'Keefe addresses the crowd.




















Sheriff James Cummings appears below.




















State Representative Tim Whelan describes his experiences as a State Trooper responding to domestic violence.







































Above we see Cape Cod's newest legislator, Julian Cyr.

Below, State Representtaive Will Crocker.




















Special thanks goes out to Independence House, Yarmouth Police, and all the participants taking the time to attend.



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