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Career Offender/Methamphetamine Production Initiative
The purpose of this program is to target for federal prosecution persons who qualify as "career offenders" under federal law and who are engaged in the production of methamphetamine.

Civil Rights Enforcement
The United States Attorney’s Office in coordination with the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division is responsible for enforcing the federal civil rights laws in the District of Oregon.

Community Outreach
Community Outreach is a fundamental part of the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s comprehensive approach to fighting crime and protecting and defending the rights and interests of all Oregonians.

Indian Country
Our office maintains meaningful government-to-government consultations with tribes and tribal organizations serve as a critical focus of this district’s public safety efforts.

Project Safe Neighborhoods
Project Safe Neighborhoods is a national gun violence reduction initiative that encourages federal, state and local law enforcement and community leaders to work togther to reduce gun crime.

Victim Witness Assistance
The Victim-Witness Unit works to ensure that office policies comply with federal victims' rights laws and encourages the fair treatment and participation of victims in the criminal justice process.

Updated March 8, 2019