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The Secretariat also assists the Governor in the development and implementation of public safety and homeland security policies. The Secretariat supports the Governor’s strategic priorities through four established pillars of interagency collaboration:  All-Hazards Emergency Response, Reducing Recidivism, Preventing Gun Violence, and Smart Policing.  Click here for more information on how each of the Secretariat’s agencies contributes.

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Strengthening Connections: Fostering A Positive School Climate

Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran welcomed delegates to "Strengthening Connections: Fostering A Positive School Climate" was a summit in Richmond where education, health, and law enforcement professionals discussed how Virginia's schools can improve the climate in which its students learn. Also providing remarks were Francine Ecker, Director of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services; Anne Holton, Secretary of Education; Dr. Steven Staples, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Virginia Department of Education; and Maurice Jones, Secretary of Commerce and Trade.

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Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran welcomed delegates to "Strengthening Connections: Fostering A Positive School Climate" was a summit in Richmond where education, health, and law enforcement professionals discussed how Virginia's schools can improve the climate in which its students learn. Also providing remarks were Francine Ecker, Director of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services; Anne Holton, Secretary of Education; Dr. Steven Staples, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Virginia Department of Education; and Maurice Jones, Secretary of Commerce and Trade.

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