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Press Release

U.S. Marshal, U.S. Attorney to Hold Community Open House August 9 and 10 at Boise City Library

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Idaho

BOISE –  Confidence in government and the enforcement of law is achieved by providing true justice and being sincere in our working relationships with all people.  In Idaho, the work of our local law enforcement is really amazing to see – and we are proud to work with such great professionals and police leadership.  Seeing Boise Police Chief Bill Bones reach out by riding the greenbelt is truly at the heart of community policing, and relationship building. 

Because it is important to have confidence in all levels of law enforcement, to include the federal government, U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson and U.S. Marshal Brian Underwood would like to meet with any interested community member in Idaho to shake your hand and let you know we are committed to making justice work for you in Idaho.  Because events in the past few weeks have been difficult for our nation and our law enforcement community, making an effort to connect as humans is so critical.  Having you come to our office is not always practical, and we must do more to reach out and make that connection. 

With that in mind, as United States Marshal and United States Attorney for the District of Idaho, we invite all members of the public to visit with us.  We will be at the Boise City Library, 715 South Capitol Blvd. on Tuesday, August 9th from 1 – 3 p.m. and again on Wednesday, August 10th from 4 – 6 p.m.  We will be available for any question, concern or issue you would like to talk about.  Frankly, we simply want you, the public, to have a chance to personally visit with your federal law enforcement leadership in Idaho. 

These are challenging times for law enforcement.  We know we must continue to perform our duties in the highest traditions of our profession and never forget that we are here to serve our communities and stand as a symbol of all that is equal and just.

Updated July 25, 2016

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