Curran on ‘Safe Dates’ program on national day of action against domestic violence

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Read more: Domestic violence resources nationwide, including tri-state area

During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran launched a new initiative to help protect middle and high school students.

The Safe Dates initiative, a county-wide effort to implement a free abusive dating prevention program in schools, was announced by Curran on “Purple Thursday,” a national day of action each year.

She also joined the PIX11 News at 4 to discuss the program.

Read more: Domestic violence resources nationwide, including tri-state area

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