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From left: Jeff Levy, president of Virginia College Parents; Tylia Turner, sophomore George Mason University; Sgt. Daniel Pang, Fairfax County Police Department and supervisor Community Resources Division; Mary Ann Sprouse, director, George Mason Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education and Services; Casey Lingen, chief deputy, Commonwealth’s Attorney for Fairfax County; and Dr. William Hauda, M.D. emergency physician, medical director Forensic Assessment Consultation Team, Inova Fairfax Hospital constituted the panel who offered remarks and took questions from the audience.

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