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Attorney General Van Hollen is scheduled to speak TOMORROW in Wisconsin Dells.
MADISON — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is pleased to have the opportunity to address the annual conference of the Midwest Gang Investigators Association. The four-day conference, being hosted by the Wisconsin Chapter of the Midwest Gang Investigators Association, is being held this year at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Attorney General Van Hollen is scheduled to deliver his remarks beginning at 1:45 p.m. tomorrow at Chula Vista.
According to its website, the Midwest Gang Investigators Association (MGIA) represents 10 states throughout the Midwest, including Wisconsin. Its mission includes “developing and recommending strategies to prevent and control gang crime, administer professional training as well as assist criminal justice professionals, educators, probation/parole, and the public regarding gangs in their communities.”
“We at the Department of Justice believe assisting and communicating with local law enforcement is our primary function in helping to ensure public safety, and that's why I'm pleased we can support this annual conference, organized by an association with a similar function, to better coordinate the response and strategy for this national problem.”
To learn more about the 25th annual conference, visit the following link: