Smart on Crime AUSA Henderson made a presentation to students participating in the Pojoaque Pueblo Boys and Girls Club's Career Launch & Money Matters program at the Santiago E. Campos U.S. Courthouse in Santa Fe. AUSA Henderson explained to the students how a person becomes an attorney, and explained the U.S. Attorney’s Office role in the criminal justice system. AUSA Henderson also discussed the role of judicial officers in both criminal and civil matters and gave the students a tour of the court house.
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Community Outreach to Tribal Youth – Pojoaque Pueblo Boys & Girls Club
March 24, 2016
April 15, 2016
On April 15, 2016, DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge Sean Waite discussed DEA’s mission with the law student externs who have been volunteering in the USAO’s Albuquerque office this semester and also gave the externs a tour of the DEA office. The event was coordinated by Smart on Crime Assistant U.S. Attorney Henderson.
Updated July 7, 2016
June 27, 2017
On June 27 th , 2017, USAO and DEA representatives presented Roll The Dice to students participating in the Pojoaque Pueblo Boys and Girls Club Annual Child Safety Day. The event brings in local law enforcement members, and public servants, to educate the youth on safety procedures and to familiarize them with those who serve in their community.
Updated February 22, 2018
March 18, 2016
Supervisory AUSA Kyle Nayback and AUSA/Tribal Liaison David Adams met with Pojoaque Pueblo officials including the Governor, General Counsel and Chief of Police, to discuss jurisdictional issues involving non-Indians who commit crimes against tribal members and crimes on tribal lands and casino property. Representatives from the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office, New Mexico State Police and Santa Fe City Attorney’s Office participated in the meeting.
Updated July 28, 2016
February 3, 2016
Smart on Crime AUSA Henderson joined FBI agents on a panel of speakers for a presentation entitled “Muslims in the West” at the Santa Fe Community College. The President of the Islamic Center of New Mexico and the Imam of the Islamic Center are two of the other panelists. AUSA Henderson's remarksfocused on Hate Crimes and the Justice Department’s work in the area of civil rights.
Updated January 11, 2017
Updated July 28, 2016