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Lakeland Police Partner with Citrus Connection to Stop Domestic Violence

Lakeland Police and Citrus Connection have worked together on a new Domestic Violence brochure, which will be placed on buses to give the community information about domestic violence and resources that are available to victims.  The brochures are dedicated to remembering the Citrus Connection employee lost to domestic violence, Radiah Craft-Enzor. 

In addition to providing these brochures, Citrus Connection will roll out a new bus wrap honoring Polk County Public Servants.  The new wrap will be unveiled at a press conference on Thursday, February 16, 2012.  In attendance at this event will be City of Lakeland Mayor Gow Fields, Police Chief Lisa Womack, Citrus Connection representatives Tom Phillips, Executive Director; Dean Kirkland-McMillan, Director Revenue Services; Brian Jeruszewski, CFO; Cathy Wolosin Director Community Relations & Marketing, a member of Radiah’s family, and Polk County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Mike Wiggins and Wayne Lott.

What:    Ribbon Cutting and Photo Op

Where:  Lakeland Police Department

              219 N Massachusetts Avenue

When:   Thursday, February 16, 2012

Time:     3:00 p.m.

Domestic Violence affects more than the victim, and the effects are devastating and long-lasting.  Help us make a difference by getting the message out.

Start Living Now. Stop Domestic Violence.




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