Chris Brosan has been named the new director of the Loudoun Child Advocacy Center, a program of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice, also known as Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter.
Brosan is a former law enforcement officer who created the S.A.V.E. (Stop Abuse and Violence Effort) program, which was established to bring recognition to and combat the link between domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse and animal abuse. He has also trained thousands of law enforcement, prosecutors and family services personnel in 10 states and Puerto Rico. Prior to accepting the position at the Loudoun CAC, he was an active volunteer for LAWS.
“We are confident that Chris will further the CAC’s mission to help minimize trauma to children and their non-offending family members, further increase collaboration and communication among all agencies, and increase the number of successful prosecutions in child abuse cases,” stated Judy Hanley, executive director of LAWS.
Learn more about the Child Advocacy Center at loudouncac.org.