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DA offers posters to fight drugs and violence

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The website of Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey now has updated posters containing information regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, and substance abuse. Morrissey is urging businesses, schools, and other organizations to download the posters from the media section of www.norfolkda.com and display them publicly. “A good number of these have already been put up in restaurants, libraries, medical and dental offices, pharmacies — sometimes in the privacy of restrooms, sometimes on the bulletin boards by the main entrance,” Morrissey said. “Those who work in those spaces have a good idea of what belongs where.’’ Morrissey said posting any, or all, of the posters shows patrons that an organization stands with victims of violence and supports those struggling with addiction.

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