DEA hosted this seminar at its Albuquerque office from May 9-13. Approximately 25 state, local and federal investigators are attending the seminar to learn about the nuts-and-bolts of drug investigations. Assistant U.S. Attorney Rozzoni participated in the seminar by presenting a session on the basics of federal drug laws and prosecutions, courtroom expectations, and the working relationship between investigators and prosecutors.
May 9, 2016
April 26, 2016
The 2016 District Attorneys Conference was held in Albuquerque on April 26-28, 2016. On April 26, 2016 Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Rozzoni and DEA Special Agent Jeff McKinley presented a training session on “Drug Trends in and Around New Mexico” during the conference. The presentation focused on the coordination of federal and state prosecutions and the benefits of each, as well as some of the most recent trends in methamphetamine, heroin, and synthetic cannabinoid investigations and...
Updated July 27, 2016
March 3, 2016
The New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc. received a Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) grant to host a two-day conference for New Mexico Prosecutors (state, tribal, federal, and military) and Court Investigators on March 2-3, 2016 in Albuquerque at the New Mexico State Bar Center. During this afternoon’s session, AUSA/Tribal Liaison David Adams presented on Enhanced Jurisdiction Pursuant to the Violence Against Women’s Act.
Updated July 28, 2016
March 2, 2016
Smart on Crime AUSA Henderson, a DEA Agent and UNM College of Pharmacy students (Generation Rx) participated in a Parent Involvement Program (PIP) at Albuquerque High School. The PIP is an alternative to long-term student suspensions for drug and alcohol violations. Students and their parents attend an after school/evening cycle of sessions addressing communication, facts about drugs and drug use, media literacy and adolescent issues, problem-solving skills, parent/teen issues, and focus on the...
Updated July 28, 2016
April 14, 2017
Assistant U.S. Attorney Rozzoni and Crime Prevention and Community Outreach Coordinator Sedore along with the DEA and APD presented “Roll the Dice” for the 9 th grade class of Albuquerque Academy. “Roll the Dice” follows the story of a fictional student as he makes choices on substance use and abuse, and looks at the consequences of those actions. The presentation encourages students to think critically and to begin a discussion with the presenters, their counselors, and even their parents on...
Updated January 30, 2018
Updated July 7, 2016