The Northern District of Alabama’s Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) provides a district-wide network of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies committed to cooperation and coordination. The LECC’s mission is to foster effective communication and cooperation among the district’s local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies; to identify and address current and emerging regional and national crime trends and threats; to provide leadership, guidance, and resources to support established training objectives for the district’s law enforcement community; and to provide advance planning and ensure cooperation in the event of a major incident in the district. The LECC sponsors or co-sponsors no or low-cost training programs and seminars addressing subjects relevant to all levels of law enforcement officials. Training topics are wide-ranging and reflect current challenges and trends.
All local, state, and federal law enforcement agents or officers, as well as security officers at private companies and universities, are welcome to participate in the LECC. The LECC has an Advisory Board, with members who assist in setting goals and priorities and strive to continually improve and update the program to reflect the changing needs and priorities of the law enforcement community.
If you believe your organization has expertise or resources that could improve outcomes for ex-offenders re-entering society, please e-mail our Community Outreach Coordinator at Jeremy.Sherer@usdoj.gov
or call 205-244-2019.
The Office of U.S. Attorney
Joyce White Vance
Natural Disaster Fraud Hotline
Members of the public can report fraud, waste, abuse or allegations of mismanagement involving disaster relief operations through the Hotline, toll free, at (866) 720-5721 or the Disaster Fraud e-mail at email@example.com. Please see the News Release Justice Department Officials Raise Awareness of Disaster Fraud Hotline