A deputy U.S. marshal led an operation that recovered 16 missing children – victims of abuse, sex trafficking or other forms of exploitation -- over a span of two weeks, earning a commendation from the Justice Department Wednesday.
H/T: Fox News
“Senior Inspector Dysart used his extensive experience to prepare and direct the highly successful Operation Empty Nest,” said Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Administrator Caren Harp. “The Department of Justice praises his expertise and collaborative abilities, which made possible the rescue of 16 children — among our society’s most vulnerable — from evil people who would do them harm.”
.@TheJusticeDept today awarded Deputy U.S. Marshal Gerald Dysart the Missing Children’s Law Enforcement Award leading an operation that recovered 16 at-risk children over a period of two weeks. https://t.co/VmbKtlbJmD #MissingKids #MissingChildrensDay— OJP (@OJPgov) May 20, 2020
#Justice #ChildPredators— ✖️AnonCassi ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@AnonCassi) May 20, 2020
DOJ Observes National Missing Children’s Day
Department Honors Law Enforcement Officers And A School Bus Driver For Efforts To Rescue Missing And Exploited Children; Announces Poster Contest Winner#AGBarr @POTUS @TraffickStop https://t.co/SqaRqQ6wN7 pic.twitter.com/GLtm7eVWCb
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