District Attorney Conley’s Anti-Bullying Efforts

District Attorney Daniel F. Conley strongly believes that children and teenagers should be able to go to school, go online, or walk in their own neighborhoods without being bullied, harassed, threatened, or persecuted. This is why he was such a vocal supporter of An Act Relative to the Prevention of Bullying (House Bill 483), a bill that focuses on prevention and education to give parents, teachers and school administrators the information, resources, and support they need to identify the problem and intervene at the earliest opportunity to protect those who are bullied, work with parents, and correct bullying behavior before it escalates.

Read DA Conley’s remarks to the Joint Committee on Education.

Read DA Conley’s letter to the committee.