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The Victims’ Advocate will introduce victims whose lives have been affected by crime and those who work with the Justice Coalition to help these innocent victims of violent crimes.

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November 2015 Issue

Page 1 – Shirley Shaw: Unsolved Murders (Fluellen, Rowe, Bass, Shelton, Simmons); Karolyn Rogers: Six Tips to Help Cope with Loss of Loved One; State Attorney Angela Corey: Sequestering a Jury

Page 2 – Ann Dugger: Season of thanks for citizens with servants’ hearts; Inspirational Thought

Page 3 – Protect and Serve

Page 4 – Attorney General Pam Bondi: News regarding T-Mobile alert; Seminole County man sentenced to 885 years for child pornography; Family Support Services Missing Children; Masthead

Page 5 – Attorney Jay Howell: The Autopsy Report; In the Spotlight: Scott Dingee; Area Resource Guide

Page 6 – JSO Sheriff Mike Williams: Strategic Initiative Launches

Page 7 – Unsolved Murders, cont’d from p.1

Page 8 – Champions for Justice 2015 Award Recipients

Page 9 – Hats Off: Angie McKenzie

Page 10 – Unsolved Murders

Page 11 – Missing Persons; FDLE Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC)

Page 12 – History of Veterans’ Day; On the Lighter Side

Page 13 – JSO Most Wanted

Page 14 – Busted, Clay County Most Wanted; What We Do

Page 15 – Baker, Bradford, Nassau and St. Johns Counties Most Wanted; POPs; Where you can find the Victims' Advocate

Page 16 – Special Thanks

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Executive Director:
Ann Dugger
Shirley Shaw
Victim Advocate:
Lysa Telzer
Bookkeeper / Office Manager
Jo Wilson

The Victims Advocate can be picked up for FREE
at the following locations:
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Jacksonville Landing


  • Jacksonville Public Libraries
  • Famous Amos Restaurants
  • Larry’s Giant Subs
  • Participating Gate Food Post
  • Wal-Mart (select locations)
  • McDonald Restaurants
  • Most major downtown buildings, which includes the Courthouse, City Hall (old and new), and the Police Memorial Building

Green Cove Springs:

  • Clay County Sheriff's Office
  • Clay County Admin Bldg.
  • Quigley House
  • Green Cove City Hall
  • Harvey's Grocery
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How To Help

The Justice Coalition is a non-partisan, non-profit organization serving innocent victims of violent crime on Florida’s First Coast

The Justice Coalition
1935 S. Lane Ave., Ste. 1, Jacksonville, FL 32210

904-783-6312 / E-Mail: