January Stalking Awareness Month


The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed January as National Stalking Awareness Month in Highland County. Victim Witness Director Niki Glispie said her office, in conjunction with other agencies, is hoping to raise awareness. As part of the efforts, the Highland County Victim Witness Office is launching a social media campaign with daily postings on its Facebook page including information and statistics. Pictured for Wednesday’s proclamation are, from left to right, commissioner Jeff Duncan, Niki Glispie, commissioner Shane Wilkin, Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins, Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera, Leesburg Police Chief Timothy Tyree, and commissioner Tom Horst.


The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed January as National Stalking Awareness Month in Highland County. Victim Witness Director Niki Glispie said her office, in conjunction with other agencies, is hoping to raise awareness. As part of the efforts, the Highland County Victim Witness Office is launching a social media campaign with daily postings on its Facebook page including information and statistics. Pictured for Wednesday’s proclamation are, from left to right, commissioner Jeff Duncan, Niki Glispie, commissioner Shane Wilkin, Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins, Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera, Leesburg Police Chief Timothy Tyree, and commissioner Tom Horst.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed January as National Stalking Awareness Month in Highland County. Victim Witness Director Niki Glispie said her office, in conjunction with other agencies, is hoping to raise awareness. As part of the efforts, the Highland County Victim Witness Office is launching a social media campaign with daily postings on its Facebook page including information and statistics. Pictured for Wednesday’s proclamation are, from left to right, commissioner Jeff Duncan, Niki Glispie, commissioner Shane Wilkin, Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins, Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera, Leesburg Police Chief Timothy Tyree, and commissioner Tom Horst.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Stalking.jpgThe Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed January as National Stalking Awareness Month in Highland County. Victim Witness Director Niki Glispie said her office, in conjunction with other agencies, is hoping to raise awareness. As part of the efforts, the Highland County Victim Witness Office is launching a social media campaign with daily postings on its Facebook page including information and statistics. Pictured for Wednesday’s proclamation are, from left to right, commissioner Jeff Duncan, Niki Glispie, commissioner Shane Wilkin, Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins, Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera, Leesburg Police Chief Timothy Tyree, and commissioner Tom Horst.
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