Commonwealth CU Joins With Law Enforcement, FPB, To Fight Bullying

Commonwealth Credit Union, Frankfort Plant Board, Frankfort Police Department, Kentucky State Police & the Franklin County Sheriff's Department have all come together to educate the community on the dangers of Bullying.

Bullying has become a very serious issue across the country. The Anti-Bullying video will be presented to different schools, churches and communities to use as an education tool.

The video also features Mr. Mark Neblett as he talks about his daughter Rachael. Mr. Neblett gives a very powerful and emotional account of Rachael’s tragic story of the effects of Cyber Bullying.

 

 

Behind the Scenes of the Anti-Bullying Video
 
Kentucky State Police Commissioner
Rodney Brewer
  Franklin County Sheriff
Pat Melton
 
Frankfort City Police Chief
Mark Wilhoite
  Frankfort Plant Board producer David Columbia and Commonwealth Credit Union President
Karen Harbin
 
Frankfort City Police Major Jeff Abrams and Kentucky State Police Trooper Ron Turley   Frankfort Plant Board producer David Columbia, Commonwealth Credit Union President Karen Harbin and Craig Blanton with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department
 

Frankfort Plant Board producer David Columbia and Craig Blanton with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department

  Commonwealth Credit Union President Karen Harbin, Frankfort City Police Chief Mark Wilhoite, Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton, Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer
Donna and Mark Neblett
Presentations
bullying presentations

August 23: Elkhorn Middle School

Elkhorn Middle School Guidance Counselor Wendi Rogers
Frankfort Police Officer Scott Wilcoxson
Commonwealth CU Senior Fraud Investigator Jamie Akers

 
Georgetown Presentation

August 30: Royal Springs Middle School in Georgetown

Officer Natalie Payne - Georgetown Police Dept.
Wanda Carter - KY Dept. of Education
Jamie Akers - Commonwealth Credit Union Senior Fraud Investigator