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Community Prosecution Conference

In an effort to further strengthen its Community Prosecution efforts, the United States Attorney’s Office, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office, the Office for the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Columbus School of Law, Catholic University, the Metropolitan Police Department and Court Services & Offender Supervision Agency sponsored a Conference on Crime and Community Prosecution on October 23, 2004 at the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University.

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Over 250 attendees of the Community Prosecution Conference listened to speakers address how residents, city agencies and the law enforcement agencies could develop and implement strategies to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in the city’s neighborhoods. MPD Chief Charles Ramsey speaks to conference participants. Other panelists from left are United States Attorney Kenneth Wainstein, Dean of the Columbus School of Law William Fox, Jr., Court Services and Offender Supervision Chief Paul Quander and the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Robert Spagnoletti.
MPD Gun Display
Metropolitan Police Department officers display examples of various weapons seized in the District and answer questions regarding firearms from conference participants.
Memember of the community meeting with law enforcement
Community members who are instrumental in leading their communities and are committed to strengthening partnerships with each other and law enforcement converse at the conference.
Updated February 25, 2015