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Sheriff John Rutherford reflects on his career as a police officer, specifically the past 12 years he has been Jacksonville’s Top Cop. Read more…

State Attorney Angela Corey relates how a sexual predator who for years raped two young girls was successfully prosecuted. Read more…

Attorney Jay Howell explains why an appeal was upheld because of a confession in the ER. Read more…


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Victims Advocate

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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April 2015 Issue

P.1 – Ted Hires: A Voice for Victims; Ann Dugger: A Rose for your Loved One – Remembering Victims’ Rights; Candidates for Sheriff Support the Justice Coalition

p.2 – JSO Mission/Core Values; Candidates, Cont’d; Faith Corner

p.3 – Protect and Serve

p.4 – Mayor Brown: A Comprehensive Plan to Help Kids and Prevent Crime; Family Support Services Missing Children

p.5 – State Attorney Angela Corey: Successful Child Sex Prosecution; Area Resource Guide; A Rose for Your Loved One, cont’d; National Victims’ Rights Week schedule

p.6 – Sheriff Rutherford: Reflections on the past 12 years

p.7 – Jay Howell: Confidentiality in the ER; Ted Hires, cont’d; We Need Your Help: Orange Park attempted abduction suspect

p.8 – Victims’ Rights Week nomination form; TASC Teenager Awareness Safety Class; Shoot for Justice information

p.9 – Hats Off: Dexter Levin; Unsolved Murders

p.10 – Unsolved Murders

p.11 – Missing Persons; Guns N’ Hoses

p.12 – Attorney General Bondi: Weekly Briefing; Lighter Side; JSO Safety Fair

p.13 – JSO Most Wanted

p.14 – Busted; Nassau County Most Wanted; What We Do

p.15 – Baker, Bradford, Clay and St. Johns Counties Most Wanted; POPs; Where to Find the Victims’ Advocate

p.16 – Special Thanks

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Executive Director:
Ann Dugger
adugger@justicecoalition.org
Editor:
Lisa Root
lisa@justicecoalition.org
Victim Advocate:
Lysa Telzer
ltelzer@justicecoalition.org
Crime Victim Advocate:
Scotty McGee
scottymcgee@justicecoalition.org

The Victims Advocate can be picked up for FREE
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  • 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 Sings:
  • Clay County Sheriff's Office
  • Clay County Admin Bldg.
  • Quigley House
  • Green Cove City Hall
  • Harvey's Grocery
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1935 S. Lane Ave., Ste. 1, Jacksonville, FL 32210 / 904-783-6312

E-Mail: justice@justicecoalition.org