State displays decals for sex assault awareness
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Law enforcement vehicles in West Virginia are displaying magnetic decals in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin joined rape crisis program advocates and others to unveil the teal-colored decals Monday at Charleston's federal courthouse.
Law enforcement vehicles and cruisers will display the decals throughout the month.
Goodwin says the decals symbolize a collective commitment to fighting sexual assault.