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through education and advocacy

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Congratulations Kathy Best - Recipient of the 2019 Director's Community Leadership Award!  

Director Wray recognized Ms. Kathy Best as the Boston Division's recipient of the 2019 Director's Community Leadership Award for her efforts engaging the community in the areas of education and crime prevention. 

Ms. Best, a graduate of the FBI Boston Office's 2016 Citizens Academy, organized a Youth Summit for fifty inner-city youth with Blacks in Government (BIG) Future Leaders of America's Government's (FLAG) program.  As part of the Summit, the FBI hosted a series of workshops on a variety of topics, including careers in the FBI and cyber security.  

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Covid-19 Information

We have compiled State by State Updated Resources for you and your family. 

The FBICAAA is donating hand sanitizer, masks and gowns to various organizations across New England, including: 

  • The Bedford VA Hospital
  • Chelsea Collaborative
  • Chelsea Soldiers Home
  • Boston Healthcare for the Homeless
  • Chelsea Department of Public Works 
  • Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center in Dorchester
  • Various Women's Shelters
  • Latinos United in Massachusetts (LUMA), which provides assistance to families in Everett, Mass
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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.