Richmond

Richmond, like each of the FBI’s local field offices, has a community outreach program that complements and strengthens our many efforts to protect you, your businesses, and your families in concrete ways through a range of activities and initiatives. It works specifically to help reduce crime, violence, terrorism, and civil rights violations through community-based partnerships, collaborative efforts, and special events. The program also provides educational and networking opportunities for community leaders and students.

Anchorage field office Director’s Community Leadership Award 2011
Doris Buffett, right, with Director Mueller.

One of our outreach initiatives is the Director’s Community Leadership Awards, and in April, Doris Buffett, the founder of the Sunshine Lady Foundation, was presented with this award at a formal ceremony involving all of this year’s DCLA recipients in Washington, D.C.

We participate in other outreach initiatives and partnerships as well. Visit the below links for more information.

Adopt-A-School Program
Citizens’ Academy
E-mail Alerts
National Digital Billboard Initiative
National Child ID Kits
Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Program
Speakers’ Bureau
State Fair of Virginia
More Resources
For more information regarding Community Outreach Program activities in the Richmond Division, please contact Community Outreach Specialist Dee Rybiski as follows:

FBI Richmond Community Outreach Program

1970 East Parham Road
Richmond, VA 23228
Main office: (804) 261-1044
Direct line: (804) 627-4482
Fax: (804) 627-4495

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