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In this latest MADD SC Partner Profile, we talk with our friends Brent Kelly and Greg Griggs with the Office of Highway Safety and Justice Programs about the SC Law Enforcement Networks. The LENs are the main place MADD SC...
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In this latest MADD SC Partner Profile, we get to talk with Colonel Chris Williamson, the Commander of the SC Highway Patrol. Colonel shares his personal experiences with impaired driving that led him into law enforcement and make him so...
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Join us for another MADD SC Partner Profile. Hear all about the MADD Victim Impact Panels from the words of one of our most active VIP volunteers, Paula Schaefer. Video can be viewed on our MADD South Carolina Facebook page...
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We share the first of our MADD SC Partner Profiles, recorded Zoom interviews where we highlight aspects of what we do or who we work with that we don’t talk about as often. It is a treat that our first...
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The end of the year approaching gives us a chance to reflect back on what has been an incredible 2019 for MADD South Carolina.  Our fight for victims and against impaired driving was unending, and our capacity is now stronger...
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We are excited to say that Walk Like MADD Lowcountry Presented by Yarborough Applegate on November 9th at Hampton Park in Charleston was a huge success.  Not only did we exceed our goal but we had great participation.  The low...
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A member of the Lexington Police Department has consistently gone above and beyond when it comes to supporting victims and MADD SC. School Resource Officer Steffonie Cockerill has served on our Columbia Walk Like MADD committee for the past 3...
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Larry Williams was killed by a drugged driver Easter 2017. His wife Debbie Williams shares how her life has changed as a result of a woman’s choice to take drugs and drive. Debbie shares her victim impact statement she read...
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Jasmine Lashay Brooks was born September 9th, 1991. Jasmine came into the world at 6lbs. 7oz. Jasmine was a very sick little girl. Doctors did not expect her to live very long, but with prayer, she became a very happy...
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Walk Like MADD Greenville Upstate Presented by HotSpot, held on September 29th at ICAR in Greenville and was another great success.  We are ever so thankful for all the walkers, volunteers, partners, and supporters who came out to support  our vision of a future of No More Victims. ...
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