DA Ryan talks to Medford Tech. Students about Cut It Out Program

For Immediate Release February 1, 2017
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District Attorney Ryan with Rebecca Cooper, Joey Mazza, Shacerra Young and Kristina Fraser of the Media Technology Program

District Attorney Marian Ryan sits down with Joey Mazza, a Freshman in the Media Technology Program at Medford Vocational Technical High School to talk about the domestic violence training, Cut It Out, that was held there January 27, 2017.

During the training Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan spoke to cosmetology and health assistance students at Medford Vocational Technical High School as part of the Cut It Out Middlesex program. Participants in the training learned how to spot signs of domestic violence and how to safely refer clients to local community service providers. District Attorney Ryan hosted the free training with Deborah Fallon founder of the nonprofit organization Portal To Hope, which provides services to victims of domestic violence in Medford and surrounding communities.

Thank you to Rebecca Cooper, Joey MazzaShacerra Young and Kristina Fraser of the Media Technology Program for facilitating this interview.

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