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Civil Rights Summits

        Our office is hosting several summits on Civil Rights including topics such as Fair Housing, Disability and Accessibility, and more. View the Civil Rights page for more information. Read More >>

Ex-Offender Re-entry Initiative

        Welcome to Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Offenders Pursue Excellence). The mission of Project H.O.P.E. is to address the needs of re-entering ex-offenders in order to make their transition back into main stream society a success. For instance, Project H.O.P.E. attempts to assist ex-offenders in addressing their housing, educational and employment needs. Read More >>


        The Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) was established in 1981 in all of the 94 U.S. Attorney's Offices by order of the U.S. Attorney General. LECC provides a networking focus for law enforcement agencies committed to the ideal of cooperation and coordination at all levels of local, state and federal law enforcement. Read More >>

Project Safe Childhood

        Project Safe Childhood is the Justice Department’s primary initiative aimed at preventing, investigating and prosecuting violations of child sexual exploitation and related obscenity laws.  You can find more information at the Project Safe Childhood website.

Letter from USA Kenyen Brown Regarding Internet Safety Adobe Logo
Child/Parent Reference Handout   Adobe Logo

Project Safe Neighborhood

        Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) is the anti-gang, anti-gun violence initiative of the United States Department of Justice. It has four primary components. You can find more information at the Project Safe Neighborhood website.

Victim Witness Assistance

        Every U.S. Attorney's Office has a Victim/Witness Assistance Program to assist victims of federal crimes. The Victim/Witness Assistance Programs are a part of federal efforts to provide information on rights and services to victims and witnesses of federal crimes, as well as to encourage the participation of victims in the criminal justice system to the extent that they wish, in accordance with federal law. Read More >>

Updated October 28, 2015