Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein Announces Funds and Technical Assistance Resources to Help Law En
U.S. Department of Justice press release ----------- Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Monday announced a grant of more than $840,000 to the University of New Hampshire to conduct a national survey of hate crime incidents and victimization. He also announced that a $10 million dollar technical assistance program launched last March by Attorney General Sessions will now include the prosecution and prevention of hate crimes. For the first time, law enforcement will be able to access critical and innovative education and training resources on hate crimes investigation and prevention. The announcements were made at the Department of Justice Law Enforcement Roundtable on Improving the Identification and Reporting of Hate Crimes, hosted by the Department’s Hate Crimes Enforcement and Prevention Initiative. Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore for the Civil Rights Division, Phil Keith, Director of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), and Matt M. Dummermuth, Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General joined the Deputy Attorney General in making the announcement. To learn more click on the picture below to read the release.