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The U.S. Attorney's Office Presents Panel Discusison at Youth Villages

November 2, 2016
Law enforcement officials talk to young men at Youth Villages-Bartlett during panel discussion.

As part of National Community Policing Week, the U.S. Attorney's Office presented a panel discussion at Youth Villages' Bartlett campus in early October.

The discussion focused on gang acitivity and gun violence; how these things are impacting the community; and efforts being implemented by law enforcement to combat these issues. Panelists also touched on the benefit of law enforcement and the community working together to help prevent crimes and increase neighborhood safety.

The discussion was moderated by Community Outreach Specialist/PIO Louis Goggans. Panelists included U.S. Attorney Edward L. Stanton III; Memphis Police Department Lieutenant Darren Goods; Assistant District Attorney Colin Campbell; FBI Special Agent in Charge Michael Gavin; and FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jeremy Baker.

Topic(s): 
Community Outreach

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Updated November 2, 2016