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Posted on: June 15, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Thanks to Your Generosity, the Sexual Assault Unit Donated 52 Ring Cameras to the Lutheran Community

 

Thanks to Your Generosity, the Sexual Assault Unit Donated 52 Ring Cameras to the Lutheran Community Services Sexual Assault Advocacy Program for Survivors of Sexual Assault 

 

In April, National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Unit (SAU) Detectives began a donation drive to raise funds to assist Survivors of Sexual Assault.  Initially, SAU set a goal to purchase 10 Ring cameras to help fearful Survivors regain power, control, and security.  

 

However, with your generosity, SAU endeavor, led by SAU Detective Brad Humphrey, surpassed their goal, raising $5402.91, allowing them to purchase 52 Ring cameras.  

 

This morning, those cameras were donated to the Lutheran Community Services Sexual Assault Advocacy program and will soon be in the hands of Survivors working with their advocacy.

 

Our Community never waivers when asked to help, and we are incredibly grateful for your continued kindness, generosity, and support.  “Thank you” seems to pale in comparison but please know all of you are appreciated, and your support is cherished.  

 

Thank you to everyone at the Lutheran Community Services Sexual Assault Advocacy program.  Your partnership, dedication, and tireless work are blessings to us and our Community.      

 

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Sergeant Rob Satake, Advocate Millini Goodman, Advocate Roshelle Cleland, Detective Brad Humphrey, Undersheriff John Nowels    

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