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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
At a recent meeting of the Governor’s Task Force on Overdose, Prevention, and Intervention, attended by Acting United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch, Governor Gina Raimondo, joined by Richard Baum, Acting Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, signed an 18-point executive order to raise awareness, outreach and access to treatment for addiction, particularly for opioid addiction.

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At a recent meeting of the Governor’s Task Force on Overdose, Prevention, and Intervention, attended by Acting United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch, Governor Gina Raimondo, joined by Richard Baum, Acting Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, signed an 18-point executive order to raise awareness, outreach and access to treatment for addiction, particularly for opioid addiction.

 

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Thursday, May 18, 2017
The 26th annual Rhode Island State Police Peace Officers’ Memorial ceremony honored all current, past and deceased sworn and civilian members of the Rhode Island State Police

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The 26th annual Rhode Island State Police Peace Officers’ Memorial ceremony honored all current, past and deceased sworn and civilian members of the Rhode Island State Police

 

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Thursday, May 18, 2017
The Cranston Police Department joined police departments across the country this week to honor law enforcement offers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

The Cranston Police Department joined police departments across the country this week to honor law enforcement offers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

The Cranston Police Department joined police departments across the country this week to honor law enforcement offers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Congratulations to the 2017 recipients of a Metcalf Media Award presented by Rhode Island for Community and Justice. The award, established in 1988, was created by the RICJ to recognize journalists “whose work promotes diversity and respect for all.”

Congratulations to the 2017 recipients of a Metcalf Media Award presented by Rhode Island for Community and Justice. The award, established in 1988, was created by the RICJ to recognize journalists “whose work promotes diversity and respect for all.”

 

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Days before their senior prom, more than 300 seniors at Cumberland High School took time learn about the impact of opioid and heroin addiction. Before and after a screen of the documentary Chasing the Dragon, discussions centered on the impact making good choices will have for the rest of their lives.

Days before their senior prom, more than 300 seniors at Cumberland High School took time learn about the impact of opioid and heroin addiction. Before and after a screen of the documentary Chasing the Dragon, discussions centered on the impact making good choices will have for the rest of their lives.

 

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
The United States Attorney’s Office was honored to be invited to attend the Providence Police Department Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and Wreath-Laying Ceremony. The event is held annually during National Police Week to honor the memory of the fallen officers of the Providence Police Department who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to honor retired and active members of the department who passed away during the past year.

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The United States Attorney’s Office was honored to be invited to attend the Providence Police Department Peace Officers’ Memorial Service and Wreath-Laying Ceremony. The event is held annually during National Police Week to honor the memory of the fallen officers of the Providence Police Department who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to honor retired and active members of the department who passed away during the past year.

 

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Thursday, May 11, 2017
It was an emotional day at the Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School as students listened intently to the impact of abusing opioids and heroin addiction. Many students were moved by the compelling details of how one parent is now dealing with the loss of her only child to a heroin overdose.

It was an emotional day at the Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School as students listened intently to the impact of abusing opioids and heroin addiction. Many of the students were moved by the compelling story of a parent who is dealing with the loss of her only child to a heroin overdose.

 

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017
​Congratulations to the Pilot Class of the Community Chaplain Corps on receiving your vests in recognition of your training and your commitment to provide guidance and support to foster strong relations between the community and the Providence Police Department. The U.S. Attorney’s office is proud to partner with law enforcement, religious leaders and the community to continue to build trust and keep the lines of communication open between the community and law enforcement.

Congratulations to the Pilot Class of the Community Chaplain Corps on receiving your vests in recognition of your training and your commitment to provide guidance and support to foster strong relations between the community and the Providence Police Department. The U.S. Attorney’s office is proud to partner with law enforcement, religious leaders and the community to continue to build trust and keep the lines of communication open between the community and law enforcement.

 

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Monday, May 1, 2017
AUSA Gerard B. Sullivan (center) and Rhode Island Superior Court Judge Brian Van Couyghen (left) celebrated Law Day 2017 at the Narragansett Pier Middle School This year’s theme explored the many ways that the Fourteenth Amendment has reshaped American law and society. The students learned how, through its citizenship, due process and equal protection clauses, this transformative amendment advances the rights of all Americans.

AUSA Gerard B. Sullivan (center) and Rhode Island Superior Court Judge Brian Van Couyghen (left) celebrated Law Day 2017 at the Narragansett Pier Middle School This year’s theme explored the many ways that the Fourteenth Amendment has reshaped American law and society. The students learned how, through its citizenship, due process and equal protection clauses, this transformative amendment advances the rights of all Americans.

 

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Thursday, April 27, 2017
Standing with the DEA, Providence Police and law enforcement from across Rhode Island urging residents to spring clean their medicine cabinets this weekend and safely dispose of unwanted and unneeded prescriptions. Police departments and drop-centers across the state are ready!

Standing with the DEA, Providence Police and law enforcement from across Rhode Island urging residents to spring clean their medicine cabinets this weekend and safely dispose of unwanted and unneeded prescriptions. Police departments and drop-centers across the state are ready!

 

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