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FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephanie Douglas speaks with a baseball fan at the annual San Francisco Giants’ Family Safety and Law Enforcement Night. The FBI’s San Francisco office supported the event, along with local, state, and other federal law enforcement efforts in order to enhance awareness of personal safety and of similar law enforcement initiatives throughout the area.
This past summer, youth from the Center for Teaching Entrepreneurship (CTE) visited the Milwaukee FBI office to learn about the Bureau. The CTE is an organization that empowers young people through a variety of personal growth activities and professional experiences. The group’s summer program, known as “Camp Goals,” enabled participants to meet Milwaukee Special Agent in Charge Nancy McNamara and other agents and professional support personnel during their visit.
In August, members of Brownie Troop 20365 visited the Knoxville FBI office, where they spent time conducting x-ray examinations of mock suspicious packages, touring the gun vault, trying on SWAT gear, and exploring a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected, or MRAP, vehicle (shown above).
On 8/2/11, FBI Norfolk personnel attended a National Night Out event at Lakeside Park in Chesapeake, VA, to help educate local communities and businesses in crime prevention, a goal of the Norfolk FBI’s community outreach program. Brochures about the FBI outreach program were distributed, along with coloring books and recruitment information. This particular National Night Out event was sponsored by the Chesapeake Police Department and the South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch. More than 500 people took part in the event, with featured live music, a movie, and refreshments, and about 250 people visited the FBI’s table to ask questions about the Bureau’s presence in the community and job opportunities.
The Albuquerque FBI office, through its community outreach program and in partnership with the New Mexico Anti-Defamation League, hosted a Southwest regional extremist/hate crimes training session on July 28, 2011. The training included discussions of extremist groups/individuals present in the Southwest U.S. (Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and West Texas). Attending the training were local law enforcement partners, public safety officials, and military personnel.