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placeholder February 4, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 3   •   Oakland, CA

Holy Family Sisters honored
The Sisters of the Holy Family have been recognized by the FBI's San Francisco Field Office with the 2012 Director's Community Leadership Award for their work in raising awareness on human trafficking and internet safety. This annual award, created by the FBI in 1990, publicly recognizes those who make extraordinary contributions to crime and violence prevention and education. From left, top row: Assistant Special Agent in Charge Robert McMenomy, Supervisory Special Agent Michael Frame, Special Agent Diana Cin, Supervisory Special Agent Kevin Sherburne; middle: Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Gavin, Acting Special Agent in Charge Joel Moss, Community Outreach Specialist Roselie Custodio, Supervisory Special Agent Steven Merrill; front: Sister Elaine Sanchez, Sister Gladys Guenther, Sister Caritas Foster. In 2012, the Sisters organized a series of educational presentations with the FBI on these issues, and yearly give as many as 50 talks educating the public about human trafficking.
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