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Community And Outreach Initiatives

The U.S. Attorney's Office takes a proactive approach to crime and drug prevention throughout the district. The office has adopted a number of strategies to carry out the Office's mission of making Northern Texas communities a safer place to work and live.

Anti-Semitism Outreach


Anti-Semitism Outreach 

On July 15, 2019, the Department of Justice hosted a Summit on Combating Anti-Semitism with opening remarks by Attorney General Barr. This is just one way that the Department of Justice and the Northern District of Texas are combatting Anti-Semitism.

If you have been a victim of violence associated with 
Anti-Semitism, please contact Nicole Dana, our Hate Crimes and Civil Rights Coordinator at (214)-659-8600.



Anti-Terrorism Task Force
After the events of 9/11, an Anti-Terrorism Task Force was formed comprised of federal, state, and local agents who coordinate and develop investigative and prosecutive strategies in dealing with terrorism in Northern Texas and throughout the country.
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Law Enforcement Coordinator
Through the efforts of the US Attorney, the Law Enforcement Coordinator, LECC, and Victim-Witness Coordinator, VWC, a variety of training opportunities are now available to all federal, state and local agencies. Also the LEC and VWC assist with promoting grant opportunities and other funding initiatives that provide benefits to the community.

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Project Safe Neighborhoods
Project Safe Neighborhoods is a gun violence reduction initiative being carried out in each of the nation's 93 federal judicial districts.

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Project Safe Childhood
In 2006 the U.S. Department of Justice established Project Safe Childhood as a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online sexual exploitation and abuse. Our office works strenuously to protect Texas kids by aggressively prosecuting Internet (and other) child predators and by educating kids, parents, and others about better avoiding such dangers on the Internet.

Victim Witness Assistance


Victim Witness Program
The Victim-Witness Program was developed to ensure that crime victims in this district are informed of their rights and to assist crime victims throughout the criminal court process. This office is committed to ensuring that victims and witnesses of federal crimes are treated fairly, their privacy is respected and they are treated with dignity and respect.

Updated January 12, 2022