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Extractions: Good morning! Paul, Thank you for that kind introduction. It is a great pleasure to be here, and to be addressing such a dedicated and distinguished audience. As I hope you all know from working with us against gun crime, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives plays a key role in the President's Project Safe Neighborhoods program. This conference not only provides us with another opportunity to work with our partners in this effort and to mark PSN's achievements over the past year, but is significant in that ATF, as you heard the Attorney General describe yesterday, is now part of the Justice Department family. This conference marks the first public setting in which we are participating as an official member of the Justice team. It was nice to hear Deputy Attorney General Thompson clarify yesterday that although our name has gotten longer with the addition of explosives to our name, we still intend to go by the initials "ATF." It took us the better part of thirty years to get the public to realize that the "B" was silent on the front of our initials. Hopefully, with yesterday's pronouncement, we can keep the "E" silent from the beginning. Attorney General Ashcroft came to ATF Headquarters earlier this week, and he inspired all of us with the support and confidence he expressed for both the people and mission of ATF. He urged us to work even more closely with our colleagues in State and local law enforcement and with our now fellow members of the Department of Justice. All of us at ATF enthusiastically embrace our move to Justice and look forward to working closely with and under the outstanding leadership of Attorney General Ashcroft and Deputy Attorney General Thompson to help make America safer.
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Extractions: The District Attorneys Office works in cooperation with local police to investigate and prosecute hate crimes and criminal violations of civil rights. Hate crimes threaten the very foundation on which our country was created: equality for all. Hate crimes are criminal acts against people or property that are motivated by prejudice based on race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender or disability. These include violent assaults and harassment, vandalism and graffiti. Massachusetts has a number of civil and criminal laws that specifically apply to hate crimes. The District Attorney's Office has the power to prosecute hate crimes as criminal violations. The Massachusetts Attorney General's Office has the power to seek a civil injunction against anyone who is interfering with another person's civil rights. Hate crimes have historically been underreported. This gives hate groups and individuals the mistaken impression that they will not be held accountable for their crimes. Hate crimes are serious offenses. Please help us help you. If you or anyone you know is a victim of a hate crime, we encourage you to report it to your local police.
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Extractions: Mayor, City Council, city attorney races heat up By DAVE SCHWAB By the time the deadline for filing nomination papers in order to run in the March primary election arrived Dec. 4, 10 candidates signed up to run for mayor, city attorney and the City Council District 1 seat. The mayoral election is a repeat of the last installment, with County Supervisor Ron Roberts, Port Commissioner Peter Q. Davis and ecological designer Jim Bell of Ocean Beach once again opposing Mayor Dick Murphy, who is seeking a second term. In the City Council race for District 1, which includes La Jolla, incumbent Scott Peters is seeking re-election against small-business owner Phil Thalheimer and community volunteer Kathryn Burton. The race for city attorney pits San Diego consumer fraud attorney Mike Aguirre against deputy city attorney Deborah L. Berger and executive assistant city attorney Leslie Devaney. A former environmental attorney, Peters is running for re-election on an environmental platform that stresses gains made in reducing sewage spills by 58 percent and beach closures by more than 50 percent during his tenure. Also on the California Coastal Commission board, Peters points to the way he helped protect the state's beaches and coastal resources.
Extractions: 3: Building Strong Communities A central idea governing OJP programs is that, simply put, local communities are best able to solve local problems. OJP focuses its resources on supporting local innovation, sharing information and replicating promising programs, and conducting research and evaluation to help gain a clearer picture about what works in strengthening communities. Several OJP initiatives are taking creative, comprehensive approaches to encouraging various parts of communities to work together to solve common problems. Funding Opportunities Several of OJP's major formula grant programs, including BJA's Byrne and Local Law Enforcement Block Grant programs and OJJDP's Title V and other formula programs, are potential sources of funding for communities wishing to support partnerships to improve public safety. (For information on funding through these programs, contact the appropriate program administrator for your state, listed in the Online Resource Guide.) In addition, OJP supports a number of discretionary grant programs in this area. These include the following: The Weed and Seed program is the Department of Justice's premier community development initiative. This community-based initiative is an innovative and comprehensive multi-agency approach to law enforcement, crime prevention, and community revitalization. Communities work with their local U. S. Attorneys to develop a Weed and Seed strategy. Sites that are officially recognized by OJP's Executive Office for Weed and Seed are eligible for Weed and Seed funding, and may receive preference in discretionary funding from participating federal agencies and priority in federally-sponsored training and technical assistance. As of June 1999, there were approximately 200 officially recognized Weed and Seed sites. For more information, contact the Executive Office for Weed and Seed at 202/616-1152. In addition, the Weed and Seed Website includes summaries of specific activities in all Weed and Seed cities. The site can be accessed from OJP's home page at
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Extractions: Welcome to Community Connections: A Resource Guide for Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities living in King County , Washington State. Community Connections is a work-in-progress. Changes and additions are made to this site on a regular basis, and some sections are still under construction. If you know of a resource that is not included here, come across information that is out of date, or have other suggestions for improving this resource or additional questions about resources in the King County area, contact The Arc of King County Information and Referral at (206) 364-6337, e-mail email@example.com , or click here to send a message via the online form
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Extractions: You'll STOP Unwanted Sprawl Projects! Enhance proposed projects to get better neighborhoods, less sprawl, and fewer lawsuits a new book, SMARTER LAND USE, offers relief from the frequent frustration and disappointment around land development decisions. This 180 page guidebook offers something for everyone neighbors of proposed projects, planning boards, environmental groups, planners, realtors, and attorneys as it describes an effective procedure for designing projects specifically to improve existing neighborhoods.
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Extractions: The CAAWS is able to offer an alternative to pet owners who can no longer care for their animals and also provides caring individuals who take temporary responsibility for needy stray animals. CAAWS assists the community with a Pet Adoption Center to help families by placing their unwanted animals into new permanent homes. Since 1997, over 450 dogs and cats found new permanent homes through CAAWS. How you can help: Volunteers are needed for the CAWWS Humane Education Program! Volunteers visit local schools with educational presentations regarding responsible pet ownership and child safety. CAAWS also provides free literature on pet care, training, and educational programs to the community, promoting responsible pet ownership and happy, healthy pets. Volunteers are needed at other events throughout the year as well. There is a very serious pet overpopulation crisis and a lack of responsible homes for animals constantly being born. Contact:
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Extractions: This conference, presented in cooperation with the National Association of Home Builders and sponsored by Firewise Communities, examines the processes and techniques of saving trees during construction and land development. The conference focuses on developments that successfully preserved the existing tree resource; the team approach to building with trees and the roles played by the various professionals involved; and new research, issues, and trends that could impact building with trees.
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