ASU Police Department encourages awareness of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Chief of Police introduces teal patches to start the conversation of of sexual violence prevention

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The ASU Police Department brought awareness to sexual assault by changing the color of their patches to teal for the month of April. April is the official month of sexual assault awareness. The color teal symbolizes the prevention of sexual violence. 

To buy a teal patch in support of survivors of sexual assault the ASU Police Department is welcoming donations that will go towards Winged Hope, a non-profit family advocacy organization.


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By Marcella Baietto | The State Press

Sergeant Jennifer Bryner outside of the ASU Police Department wearing the teal patch for Sexual Assault Awareness Month on April 25, 2017.

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