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Hate Crimes Task Forces

Greater Sacramento Area Hate Crimes Task Force

Task Force Coordinator:
Sean Vassar-Community Outreach Specialist

Description

Since its inception in 1994, the Greater Sacramento Area Hate Crimes Task Force has brought a diverse group of community leaders together with federal, state and local law enforcement officials to form a united front in our District’s effort to combat hate crimes. The Task Force was formed following a string of hate-related fire bombings in Sacramento, and now meets bi-annually to update members on current prosecutions and investigations, as well as to provide a forum for dialogue between community members and law enforcement personnel. 

Individuals interested in joining the Task Force should contact Task Force Coordinator Sean Vassar at: (916) 554-2907.

United States Attorney's Community Outreach Council

Council Coordinator:
Sean Vassar - Community Outreach Specialist

Description

Building on the success of the Greater Sacramento Area Hate Crimes Task Force, the United States Attorney's Community Outreach Council was re-vitalized and re-launched in 2017.  The bi-annual meetings of the Outreach Council bring a diverse group of community representatives together with leadership of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to update the community on current prosecutions and investigations, as well as to provide a forum for dialogue between the community and law enforcement personnel.

 

Individuals interested in joining the Outreach Council should contact Council Coordinator Sean Vassar at: (916) 554-2907.

 

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Updated February 13, 2017

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