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Office of Police Complaints Participates in "Latinos in Professions Day"

Date Released: 
Fri, 11/30/2012

Office of Police Complaints Participates in "Latinos in Professions Day"

(Washington, DC) – Two representatives from the Office of Police Complaints (OPC) recently participated in separate career events at Cesar Chavez Public Charter School that highlighted the contributions of Latino professionals in the District of Columbia.

OPC Investigator Crystal Rosa attended an event at the charter school’s Parkside campus on October 23, while another investigator, Arturo Sanchez, participated in a similar forum at the school’s Capitol Hill campus on October 26.


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