Twenty-two Delaware nonprofit organizations will receive a collective total of $452,605 in grant money to improve the well-being of Delawareans through financial literacy programs, announced Governor Jack Markell at an event today in Wilmington.
Date Posted: Thursday, April 26th, 2012
Categories: Department of Justice
Bipartisan group of former police officers sponsor legislation Dover – Attorney General Beau Biden and a bipartisan group of lawmakers announced legislation today that will create a felony offense of providing false information to law enforcement officers. Senate Bill 209, which is sponsored by Sen. Bruce Ennis, Rep. Larry Mitchell, Sen. David Lawson […]
DUI checkpoint set for Friday April 27th in Wilmington.
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is asking drivers “Are You That Guy?” as they launch the agency’s aggressive driving campaign for 2012. Public outreach and education activities along high visibility enforcement will continue to be the cornerstone of this year’s new campaign efforts.
Attorney General’s office has awarded victims nearly $10 million in compensation over the past three years; Two employees honored for service to victims Wilmington – At the start of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week on Monday, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden congratulated two Department of Justice employees for their dedication to helping victims and highlighted […]
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