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Lasell Hosts Federal Law Enforcement Roundtable

April 10, 2013

Lasell College will host its 5th annual Federal Law Enforcement Roundtable April 17, featuring US Attorney Carmen Ortiz. The Lasell community and the public are invited to the event, which will focus on the War on Terrorism. The event will be held in de Witt Hall at 6 pm.

The roundtable will feature several federal law enforcement specialists including Carmen Ortiz, U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, Richard DesLauriers - Special Agent in Charge FBI Boston, John Arvanitis - Special Agent in Charge Drug Enforcement Administration, Gene Marquez, - Asst. Special Agent in Charge Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Fire Arms, Boston, Tom Baker - Asst. Special Agent in Charge, US Secret Service, Kevin Roche - Deputy US Marshal, SOG, US Marshals Service, and Bill Wommack - Acting Special Agent in Charge, US State Dept. Diplomatic Security Service.

The event was organized by Political Science Professor Paul Debole.

 

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