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Community Outreach

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
The United States Attorney’s Project Safe Neighborhoods Prevention Outreach Education Team (P.O.E.T.) is spending time with all 8th grade students in Central Falls. United States Attorney Aaron Weisman (center) joined the team for a presentation at the Dr. Earl F. Calcutt Middle School. U.S. Attorney’s Office outreach coordinator David Neill has everyone’s attention as he talks about opioids, and opioids abuse and addiction.

The United States Attorney’s Project Safe Neighborhoods Prevention Outreach Education Team (P.O.E.T.) is spending time with all 8th grade students in Central Falls. United States Attorney Aaron Weisman (center) joined the team for a presentation at the Dr. Earl F. Calcutt Middle School. U.S. Attorney’s Office outreach coordinator David Neill has everyone’s attention as he talks about opioids, and opioids abuse and addiction.

The United States Attorney’s Project Safe Neighborhoods Prevention Outreach Education Team (P.O.E.T.) is spending time with all 8th grade students in Central Falls. United States Attorney Aaron Weisman (center) joined the team for a presentation at the Dr. Earl F. Calcutt Middle School. U.S. Attorney’s Office outreach coordinator David Neill has everyone’s attention as he talks about opioids, and opioids abuse and addiction.

 

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Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Law enforcement and prosecutors joined together again for the opening of the school year to provide school supplies to students and families through the Kids, Cops, and Classrooms project

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Law enforcement and prosecutors joined together again for the opening of the school year to provide school supplies to students and families through the Kids, Cops, and Classrooms project

 

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019
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Monday, May 6, 2019
Community Outreach director David Neill met with an attentive group of 7th and 8th grade students and faculty at the Davisville Middle School to discuss the inherent dangers associated with e-cigarettes, vaporizers, marijuana, and opioids.

Davisville Middle School photo

Community Outreach director David Neill met with an attentive group of 7th and 8th grade students and faculty at the Davisville Middle School to discuss the inherent dangers associated with e-cigarettes, vaporizers, marijuana, and opioids.

 

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
U.S. Attorney’s Office Outreach Coordinator David Neill discussed the e-cig and vaporizer epidemic in the state’s middle and high schools with the Providence Substance Abuse Prevention Council. Mr. Neill provided critical information on how THC marijuana extracts are being consumed with e-cigs and vaporizers and in edibles.  He also discussed the opioid – fentanyl epidemic and an increase in heroin and counterfeit prescription drugs being tainted with fentanyl.

Providence Substance Abuse Prevention Council photo

U.S. Attorney’s Office Outreach Coordinator David Neill discussed the e-cig and vaporizer epidemic in the state’s middle and high schools with the Providence Substance Abuse Prevention Council. Mr. Neill provided critical information on how THC marijuana extracts are being consumed with e-cigs and vaporizers and in edibles.  He also discussed the opioid – fentanyl epidemic and an increase in heroin and counterfeit prescription drugs being tainted with fentanyl.

 

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Monday, April 15, 2019
The students at the Oasis International welcomed United States Attorney’s Office Outreach Coordinator David Neill (center) to discuss the health risks of using electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, marijuana, and opioids. The program was arranged by the faith-based African Community Leadership Forum.

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The students at the Oasis International welcomed United States Attorney’s Office Outreach Coordinator David Neill (center) to discuss the health risks of using electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, marijuana, and opioids. The program was arranged by the faith-based African Community Leadership Forum.

 

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019
United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman joined Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha (right) and others at Rhode Island’s Victims’ Grove in observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. “Every day, every night, around the clock, law enforcement, prosecutors, and community partners work together to support victims of crime,” said United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman. “As Attorney General William P. Barr noted, we are committed to ensuring that crime victims have our support and a voice as we hold those who have harmed them responsible for their actions.”

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United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman joined Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha (left) and others at Rhode Island’s Victims’ Grove in observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. “Every day, every night, around the clock, law enforcement, prosecutors, and community partners work together to support victims of crime,” said United States Attorney Aaron L. Weisman. “As Attorney General William P. Barr noted, we are committed to ensuring that crime victims have our support and a voice as we hold those who have harmed them responsible for their actions.”

 

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Kids, Cops and Christmas 2018

Rhode Island State Police photo

The 11th annual Kids, Cops and Christmas Campaign brought in a record number of toys and gifts ensuring that a record number of Rhode Island familes will benefit from this year's collection. The annual program is a joint effort by the Rhode Island State Police, Rhode Island Police Chiefs' Association, U.S. Attorney's Office and the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General to help bring holiday smiles to the faces of children served by several community organizations.  

 

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018
We Will Never Forget. We Will Always Remember. 9-11 remembrance ceremony at RI State Police
We Will Never Forget. We Will Always Remember. 9-11 remembrance ceremony at RI State Police
We Will Never Forget. We Will Always Remember. 9-11 remembrance ceremony at RI State Police

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We Will Never Forget. We Will Always Remember. September 11th, 2001 & War on Terror Rememberace Ceremony at Rhode Island State Police headquarters.

 

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Tuesday, August 28, 2018
The US Attorney's Office is proud to have participated in and contributed to the 10th annual Kids, Cops and Classrooms campaign organized by the RI State Police. Thousands of dollars' worth of donated backpacks and school supplies are now being distributed to students in need.

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The US Attorney's Office is proud to have participated in and contributed to the 10th annual Kids, Cops and Classrooms campaign organized by the Rhode Island StatePolice. Thousands of dollars' worth of donated backpacks and school supplies are now being distributed to students in need.

 

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