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Community Outreach:

The AZUSAO is involved in community outreach efforts across the district.  The goal of the District’s community outreach is to develop links with local community groups and community organizations to inform them of the federal laws that impact them and the people they serve.  Additionally, the outreach efforts are designed to create a conduit for community groups to access in the event that someone they serve has been the victim of a federal crime or civil rights violation.  Read more >>

Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC):

The Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee was established as the point of contact to foster a comprehensive cooperative atmosphere among all law enforcement agencies within the State of Arizona and to aid these agencies in the delivery of the most effective law enforcement services to all persons in the District of Arizona. Read more >>

Victim Witness Services:

The United States Attorney for the District of Arizona is committed to seeing that the rights of victims are protected. The Victim/Witness staff is available to help all victims of crimes and to ensure the questions and concerns of victims and witnesses are addressed and promptly answered. Read more >>

Victim Notification:

The U.S. Attorney's Offices within the U.S. Department of Justice established the Victim Witness Program in 1984. All victims and witnesses of federal crime receive assistance and protection in which they are entitled under the law. Read more >>

Legal Rights For Deployed Service Members

Members of the armed forces make great sacrifices in order to protect our nation. Recognizing these sacrifices, Congress has enacted a number of laws specifically designed to protect the civil rights of service members, both while they are on active duty and after they return to civilian life. These laws ensure that service members will be able vote while they are stationed overseas, return to their civilian employment after completing their service and have certain civil financial protections while on active duty.

Project Safe Childhood

Project Safe Childhood is a unified and comprehensive strategy to combat child exploitation. Initiated in May, 2006, Project Safe Childhood combines law enforcement efforts, community action, and public awareness. Visit the site >>

Project Safe Neighborhoods

Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) is a nationwide commitment to reduce gun and gang crime in America by networking existing local programs that target gun and gun crime and providing these programs with additional tools necessary to be successful. Visit the site >>


Community Outreach
Victim Witness
Victim Notification
Mortgage Fraud
FBI-Mortgage Fraud Task Force
Indian Country Reports
Indian Country Reports
Project Safe Childhood
Project Safe Neighborhood


Updated February 11, 2015