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Littleton Police dye hair purple in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness month. In an effort to raise awareness, some employees from the Littleton Police Department have dyed their hair purple and are inviting the public to do the same.
The hope is that this campaign can make a difference by grabbing the attention of victims and witnesses, while educating them on the options they have to remove themselves, children, and pets from dangerous situations. Organizations such as Gateway Domestic Violence Services and the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence play active roles in this endeavor.
For those interested in contributing during Domestic Violence Awareness month in other ways, financial donations can be made to:
Gateway Domestic Violence Services at www.gateway2.org or the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence at ccadv.org. Checks can also be mailed to the address below.
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Attn: Amy Miller
P.O. Box 40328
Denver, CO 80204-0328
Trent Cooper, PIO Commander, 303-795-3848
Officer Jenny Geiser, Police PIO, 303-734-8209