Police and elected officials from around the region gathered at a recent public policy breakfast to support the formation of a Family Justice Center in coordination with the Center for Women and Families. From left, Monroe Police Chief John Salvatore; Fairfield Detective Kerry Dalling; Stratford Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour; Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara; Judy Stevens, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney; Trumbull Police Chief Tom Kiely; Deb Greenwood, CEO, The Center for Women and Families; Bridgeport Police Chief Joseph Gaudett; State Representative Tony Hwang; Trumbull Detective Kevin Hammel; Monroe First Selectman Steve Vavrek.

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  • john Gardiner

    What a wonderful thing to do for abused women in that service area. I’m very proud of my niece Judy. I believe she went to California many years ago to learn about their program and has worked tirelessly since then to help bring that service to CT.

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