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FBI Presents Director’s Community Leadership Awards

Throughout the year, dedicated and selfless individuals and organizations make extraordinary contributions to their communities across the United States. And every year, the FBI honors the very best among them with its Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA). That’s what happened today, when the 58 DCLA recipients from 2012 were presented with their award by Director Robert Mueller during a ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Apr 05, 2013 05:00 PM

FBI Presents Director’s Community Leadership Awards

DCLA Awards


Throughout the year, dedicated and selfless individuals and organizations make extraordinary contributions to their communities across the United States. And every year, the FBI honors the very best among them with its Director’s Community Leadership Award.

Each FBI field office selects one individual or organization for the award, and each award recipient is publicly recognized at the local level. At a later date, all winners are brought to FBI Headquarters to be presented with their award by the FBI Director. And that’s just what happened today, when the nearly 60 Director’s Community Leadership Award recipients from 2012 were presented with their award by Director Robert Mueller during a ceremony in Washington, D.C.

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