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DA Janet DiFiore

District Attorney Janet DiFiore speaks to the 150 attendees at the Sixth Annual Changing Suburbs Institute (CSI) Education Forum at Manhattanville College. CSI is a collaborative initiative to improve educational opportunities for hispanic students in changing suburbs.

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Lois Bronz children's Center in GreenburghNew York State Assemblyman Robert Castelli (R,C-Goldens Bridge), Sergeant Kevin Poe, White Plains Police Dept, District Attorney Janet DiFiore and White Plains Public Safety Commissioner David Chong read to preschoolers at the Lois Bronz Children's Center in Greenburgh.

The participants were there in support of "Fight Crime: Invest in Kids New York", an initiative that stresses the need for high-quality early education programs as research has shown that kids who benefit from such programs are less likely to commit crime as adults.

CountyStat intelligence Briefing

Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore attends the monthly "CountyStat" intelligence briefing that includes police chiefs and commissioners from around Westchester.

DA Janet DiFioreDistrict Attorney Janet DiFiore at the 2011 Peace Officers Memorial Day that is held each year to remember the sacrifices of fallen officers and to recognize current officers for outstanding police work during the past year. Thirty one officers from Westchester and Putnam Counties were honored for bravery, meritorious police work and lifesaving.
Peace Officers Memorial Day CeremonyDistrict Attorney Janet DiFiore with Mount Vernon Police Officer Martin Dentini at the 2011 Peace Officers Memorial Day Ceremony.
DA Association of NY 2011 summer conferenceDistrict Attorney Janet DiFiore with Warren County District Attorney Kate Hogan at the District Attorneys Association of New York's 2011 summer conference.

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