Thursday, April 11, 2013
The Crime Prevention Association of MI's 2012 conference "The Power of Prevention" was well attended and the speakers on point. This year's theme focused on all aspects of crime prevention practitioner's taking the tools learned and applying them in our respective communities.
One of our speakers was the U.S. Attorney General for the Eastern District of Michigan Mrs. Barbara McQuade who provided an overview of the role of the US Attorney Generals office in the East District of Michigan and how the residents that are served by the local law enforcement agencies can obtain assistance from any of the U.S. Attorney Generals offices.
Rich Coleman, Legislative Liaison, C.P.A.M. had the opportunity to interview Mrs. McQuade highlighting the presentation and the importance of working with Identity Theft and Fraud, senior safety, families, crime in our neighborhoods, our youth as we deal with bullying, gang violence, drugs, and issues that impact all of our communities.
Click the link below to see the video.
CPAM Conference speaker: US Attorney General for the Eastern District