Atlantic County, New Jersey Prosecutor Will Reynolds made it crystal clear very early during his tenure … that a major priority of his would be to implement policies that will help to protect children.

Reynolds has delivered.

The latest examples are his fearless and righteous pursuit of the Mayor of Atlantic City, Superintendent of Public Schools and Atlantic City High School Principal.

By bringing serious criminal charges forward against these 3 Atlantic City leaders, Reynolds is inspiring confidence in the region that allegedly abused children will be protected.

I have been told that because of Reynolds’ actions, more potential abuse victims are preparing to come forward and seek help and justice.

Reynolds made a public announcement in support of crime victims earlier this week as follows:

Hello, my name is William Reynolds. I'm the Atlantic County Prosecutor. We are here today to make the announcement from April 21 to April 27 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week. On April 23, 2024, we are celebrating this week with a resource fair at the Atlantic County Office Building at 1333 Atlantic Avenue from the hours of 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. We'd ask that the community join us in this resource fair to get a better understanding of how can you help crime victims. As the chief law enforcement agency in Atlantic County, we are obligated and it's our duty to protect those who cannot protect themselves. We are the voice for the voiceless. We will do that for anyone, regardless of their race, color, creed, gender. It is our obligation to help those who cannot help themselves. We'd ask that everyone please join us in this mission to help victims of crime so they feel safe, to come forward, to report the crime, to support them, to make sure they get what they need. The theme of this National Crime Victims' Rights Week is "How Would You Help?". We're asking all of you to pitch in and do your part to help those who need the help in Atlantic County. Thank you, said Reynolds.

In a recent live, on-air interview with Atlantic City Councilman George Tibbitt, he said that residents now feel safe to come forward, because there is a new found trust in law enforcement because of Reynolds’ actions.

Reynolds is earning a reputation for his willingness to go after “The Bad Guys” … no matter who they are.


SOURCE: Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office.

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