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Community Outreach is a fundamental part of the Department of Justice’s comprehensive approach to fighting crime and protecting and defending the rights and interests of the residents of the Central District. In a District as diverse and multi-faceted as the Central District, community outreach takes many different forms, ranging from Department of Justice driven programs and grants, to public efforts such as community meetings and events, listening tours, training and education, both formal and informal.
In all of these efforts, the United States Attorney’s goal is to listen, to learn, and to educate, in order to better achieve the overall mission of the office and the Department of Justice.
The person responsible for facilitating and coordinating community outreach for the Central District is Tracy Webb, Director of Community & Law Enforcement Outreach. Ms. Webb can be reached with inquiries by email at email@example.com
or by mail addressed to:
Director of Community & Law Enforcement Outreach
United States Attorney’s Office - Central District of California (Los Angeles)
312 North Spring Street - 1200 United States Courthouse
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Community Outreach entries are archived at the beginning of each new administration. To read any past posts, they can be found here:
On January 9, the Office commemorated National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. This day is held each year to express our appreciation and gratitude for law enforcement officers in the United States. This year, we used social media outreach to recognize our local and federal law enforcement partners who work each and every day to protect and uphold the law on behalf of the residents of the Central District.
In January, the Office hosted 25 law enforcement executives at a new, no cost, virtual executive leadership training course for the Preventing Violence Against Law Enforcement Officers and Ensuring Officer Resilience and Survivability (VALOR) Initiative. The course will last six weeks and is administered by the Institute for Intergovernmental Research, through funding provided by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The 25 law enforcement executives participating in the VALOR Initiative course are from various state and local agencies across our district. The topics covered during this innovative educational opportunity are designed to help our law enforcement partners create an environment of safety and wellness at their agencies.