Posts Tagged ‘strategic-plans’

Pocket Litter

  • January 11, 2013
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Pocket Litter  A recent article discussed a seemingly boring but ultimately important issue that may be raised before the Supreme Court in the coming session: pocket litter. “Pocket litter” is a phrase used in law enforcement circles to refer to…

Strengthening Indigent Defense: Understanding State and Federal Resources

  • December 31, 2012
  • Tama Kudman
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The following post appears courtesy of the Access to Justice Initiative. On January 22, 2013,  the Department of Justice and the National Criminal Justice Association will host a webinar focused on understanding state and federal resources. During the webinar, we will highlight some of the state and federal resources available to the public defense community,

Give the Gift of Safety this Holiday Season

  • December 12, 2012
  • Tama Kudman
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This post appears courtesy of the Consumer Protection Branch of the Civil Division at the Department of Justice. The holiday season is now upon us and consumers are beginning to turn their focus towards the timeless ritual of exchanging gifts.  Although this may be the most wonderful time of the year—especially for those young children

Recognizing World AIDS Day

  • November 30, 2012
  • Tama Kudman
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On World AIDS Day 2012, the Department of Justice is proud to reaffirm its ongoing commitment to protect – and advance – the rights of people living with HIV and AIDS.  And – in accordance with the objectives outlined by President Obama in the landmark National HIV/AIDS Strategy, we are working harder than ever to

Asset Forfeiture Notifications: More Efficient and Cost-Effective Than Ever

  • October 12, 2012
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Today, the Department of Justice announced a change to the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act (CAFRA), effective immediately, which will allow federal law enforcement agencies to advertise certain public forfeiture notices online, at a reduced cost, at www.forfeiture.gov. This will save approximately $6.2 million each year in administrative costs

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