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Light New England Blue 2019
This year, the FBI Boston Citizens Academy Alumni Association invited buildings to Light New England Blue on May 15th for National Police Week in honor of our dedicated law enforcement officers and law enforcement officers who have died or been disabled in the line of duty. Supporting this initiative, buildings across Massachusetts lit up blue, including the Prudential Center, the TD Garden, International Place, 100 Federal Street, Atlantic Wharf, the Zakim Bridge, and the Burns Bridge.
Thank you to these amazing companies for Lighting New England Blue!
Pictures courtesy of Araina Goldsby.
Norfolk Sheriff's Correctional Facility Tour
This summer members of the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association were treated to an informative tour of the Norfolk sheriff's correctional facility. It was an excellent opportunity to learn about the day-to-day operations of the sheriff’s office, a day in the life of an inmate, and the rehabilitative programs available to inmates through the sheriff’s office. Listening to the two inmates’ personal stories of their poor choices and bad decisions that led them to their incarceration was an eye-opening experience that our group will never forget.
Congratulations Deeqo Jibril - Recipient of the 2018 Director's Community Leadership Award!
On May 3, 2019, Director Wray recognized Ms. Deeqo Jibril as the Boston Division's recipient of the 2018 Director's Community Leadership Award for her efforts engaging the community in the areas of education and crime prevention.
Ms. Jibril is a member of FBI Boston’s Multi-Cultural Engagement Committee, and is a 2016 graduate of the Division’s Citizens Academy. Born in Somalia, she fled the civil war and relocated to Boston, Massachusetts when she was 12 years old. She is the founder of the Somali Community and Cultural Association which integrates members of the Somali community into American life, while helping them maintain their Somali culture, faith, and values.
She has worked closely to bridge the gap between members of the Somali community and law enforcement.
For more information on Deeqo's great work, read the FBI Press Release.
EVENTS FOR 2019
Here's a partial preview of events being planned for 2019. Check back regularly for additions and more specific information.
Last Year's Events:
Annual Meeting of the Corporation - Members Only
Underwater Recovery, Because not all Evidence is Above Ground
Postmortem Reflections on Bulger's Buried Legacy
Ice Skating: East Boston Boys & Girls Club at the O'Brien Skating Rink
FBI Youth Academy
Tour of the Chief Medical Examiner's Office
Tour of the Chief Medical Examiner's Office
Norfolk County Sheriff's Office Tour & Demonstrations
Tour of Federal Bureau of Prisons at Devens, MA.
Pub Night at the Kinsale in Boston
Tour of Logan Airport
National Night Out - Wilmington
Annual Headquarters and Quantico Tour
Board of Directors Meeting. All members invited
Next Generation Identification. Members, Guests, InfraGuard, Former Agents
Alumni Range Day
FBI Bomb Technician Program Overview
Thanksgiving Meals Charity Event
Coats for Kids
Holiday Party at Homewood Suites, Chelsea, MA
July 26, 2018
FBI Celebrates 110th Birthday
In 1908, the first Model T was produced, the first ball was dropped in Times Square to celebrate the New Year, the #1 song wasTake Me Out tothe Ball Game… and the FBI was born.
On July 26, 2018, the FBI celebrates 110 years of public service. In honor of this milestone, we reflect on our history and look forward to thefuture of the organization. At FBI Headquarters and across all field offices, we are highlighting the FBI’s history and recognizing the people andwork of the FBI.
Much has changed since the FBI was established, but many critical attributes remain the same. The Bureau now operates in a digital world wherecrime not only crosses state lines, but also international borders, in the blink of an eye. Our best traditions have not changed, however—ourrigorous adherence to the Constitution and the rule of law, and the guiding principles in our motto ofFidelity, Bravery, Integrity.
“Today, we mark a milestone in our history. Every day of every year, the men and women of the FBI come to work to protect the American peopleand uphold the Constitution—and after 110 years, the FBI is still giving 110 percent,” said FBI Director Christopher Wray. “I want to thank all ouremployees, past and present, for their dedication to the FBI and our mission. We will continue to do the work the American people expect of us—protecting our country and our citizens from terrorism, espionage, cyber attacks, and major criminal threats—and we will continue to do it as theydeserve, in accordance with our fundamental tenets of fidelity, bravery, and integrity.”
The FBI was established on July 26, 1908, by Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte with just 34 special agents and was officially named theFederal Bureau of Investigation in 1935. Since then, the FBI has grown to nearly 37,000 employees, including more than 13,500 special agentsand more than 22,800 professional staff employees in 56 field offices, more than 400 resident agencies, and 90 legal attaché offices and sub-offices worldwide.
Holiday Meals Delivery
The FBI Boston CAAA donated holiday meals to families in need. Members together with FBI Boston personnel handed out boxes with turkeys, chickens, and other food for residents to cook at home for the holiday. Other members delivered boxes of food to individuals who were not able to pick up the food themselves. Many thanks to everyone for their help!
February 7, 2018 Brockton High School Youth Academy
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