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Friday, May 25, 2018
Congratulations to the 130th graduating class of the Rhode Island Municipal Training Academy

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Congratulations to the 130th graduating class of the Rhode Island Municipal Training Academy

 

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
27th annual Rhode Island State Police Memorial Ceremony
27th annual Rhode Island State Police Memorial Ceremony
27th annual Rhode Island State Police Memorial Ceremony
27th annual Rhode Island State Police Memorial Ceremony

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A moving tribute to the deceased members of the Rhode Island State Police at today’s 27th Annual Rhode Island State Police Memorial Service. The names of each member of the Rhode Island State Police lost in the line of duty or who passed away in the past 12 months was read aloud as members of law enforcement stood at attention and saluted. A rifle salute, a moving rendition of Taps, and the playing of bagpipes followed.

 

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
The United States Attorney's Office is honored to participate in today's Cranston Police Department's Police Memorial Ceremony in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers.

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The United States Attorney's Office is honored to participate in today's Cranston Police Department's Police Memorial Ceremony in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers.

 

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Who had more fun celebrating Reading Week at the Frank Spaziano Elementary School Annex today – Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Rose or the first grade students?
Who had more fun celebrating Reading Week at the Frank Spaziano Elementary School Annex today – Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Rose or the first grade students?

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Who had more fun celebrating Reading Week at the Frank Spaziano Elementary School Annex – Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Rose or the first grade students?

 

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Friday, May 11, 2018
Providence Police Department’s annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and wreath-laying ceremony
Providence Police Department’s annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and wreath-laying ceremony
Providence Police Department’s annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and wreath-laying ceremony
Providence Police Department’s annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and wreath-laying ceremony

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Honored and humbled to be in attendance for Providence Police Department’s annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and wreath-laying ceremony.

 

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Thursday, May 3, 2018
Four Legs to Stand on performance at Juanita Sanchez High School in Providence
The cast of COAAST - Creating Outreach About Addiction Support Together - and the US Attorney's Office brought COAAST's production of Four Legs to Stand on to students at the Juanita Sanchez High School (above) and Woonsocket High School. Both productions were followed by open and free-flowing discussions about dealing with addiction.

Ana Bess Moyer Bell - COAAST

The cast of COAAST - Creating Outreach About Addiction Support Together - and the US Attorney's Office brought COAAST's production of Four Legs to Stand on to students at the Juanita Sanchez High School (above) and Woonsocket High School. Both productions were followed by open and free-flowing discussions about dealing with addiction.

 

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Thursday, April 26, 2018
State and federal prosecutors and law enforcement present the US Attorney's Elder Justice Program to seniors

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A team of federal and state prosecutors and law enforcement team up to provide important information to senior citizens on how to recognize and avoid becoming a victim of abuse and fincial fraud. The team, Mickaela Driscoll, Elder Abuse Investigator from the Attorney General's Office; Tara Moniz, Victims' Specialist from the United States Attorney's Office; Inspector Cory McManus from the United States Postal Inspection Service; Assistant U.S. Attorney Denise Barton; and Kathleen Liner, FBI Victim Specialist recently presented the United States Attorney's Elder Justrice program to residents and invited guests at Brightview Commons in Wakefield.

 

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court

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Students from Year Up Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day, spending time at the US Attorney’s Office and at the US District Court, hosted by United States District Court Judge John J. McConnell, Jr. (center), and Assistant United States Attorney Richard W. Rose (far right). From left to right,  Logan Paulhus, Elvis George, Daisy Hernandez and Year Up administrator Wendy Wallace. 

Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court
Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court
Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court
Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court

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The Year Up students spent time in Judge McConnell's courtroom and his chambers talking about the role and the responsibilities of the judiciary throughout American history. The discussions also touched upon the history of the federal court in Rhode Island.

The Year Up students also toured the United States Attorney's Office and met with United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch. 

Students from Year Up in Providence participated in Professional Orientation Day at the US Attorney’s Office and the US District Court

US Attorney's Office photos

The Year Up students spent time in Judge McConnell's courtroom and his chambers talking about the role and the responsibilites of the judiciary throughout American history. The discussions also touched upon the history of the federal court in Rhode Island.

The Year Up students also toured the United States Attorney's Office and met with United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch. 

 

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Thursday, April 12, 2018
Opioid Awareness Program at the Woodlawn Community Center in Pawtucket
Students pose for a picture with the case of Four Legs to Stand On at Central Falls High School
Opioid awareness community program hosted by the Norwood Neighborhood Association and Warwick Police Department
The cast of Four Legs to Stand On delivering a powerful message about addiction during a performance at Tolman High School in Pawtucket

A busy week in the community for the United States Attorney's Office. Among the events were performances of Four Legs to Stand on by COAAST cast members in Pawtucket, Central Falls and Portsmouth, and community-wide opioid awareness programs in Pawtucket and Warwick

 

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
In observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, United States Attorney Stephen Dambruch joined state and local leaders, and victim advocates, at Rhode Island’s Victims’ Grove in downtown Providence. Among those recognized for their dedication to working with and for crime victims was Gale James, who retired from the US Attorney’s Office after more than 40 years of service, many of which were dedicated to working with and for crime victims.
In observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, United States Attorney Stephen Dambruch joined state and local leaders, and victim advocates, at Rhode Island’s Victims’ Grove in downtown Providence. Among those recognized for their dedication to working with and for crime victims was Gale James, who retired from the US Attorney’s Office after more than 40 years of service, many of which were dedicated to working with and for crime victims.

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In observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, United States Attorney Stephen Dambruch joined state and local leaders, and victim advocates, at Rhode Island’s Victims’ Grove in downtown Providence. Among those recognized for their dedication to working with and for crime victims was Gale James, who retired from the US Attorney’s Office after more than 40 years of service, many of which were dedicated to working with and for crime victims.

 

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