'You Can Ask for Help': Md. Sheriff on Domestic Violence - NBC4 Washington

    'You Can Ask for Help': Md. Sheriff on Domestic Violence

    The biggest problem Prince George's County has with responding to domestic violence is that victims and their loved ones do not report the violence enough, Sheriff Melvin High told News4's Barbara Harrison. "You don't have to be embarrassed about being treated violently. You can speak out. You can ask for help," he said. Purple Light Night starts tonight. Use a purple light bulb in the front of your home to express solidarity. (Published Monday, Oct 3, 2016) The biggest problem Prince George's County has with responding to domestic violence is that victims and their loved ones do not report the violence... See More