Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins recently visited the New England Center for Arts and Technology (NECAT) to attend their World Showcase. The event served as an opportunity for the culinary arts students to showcase their work by preparing food from various countries and cultures for members of the community. NECAT is a career–directed educational non–profit serving resource–limited adults and youth in Boston, which offers targeted job training for adults and arts programs for youth, to prepare both to obtain career–ladder jobs in expanding and emerging employment sectors.
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins recently visited the Roxbury Presbyterian Church to attend the Service of Installation for Reverend Liz Walker. The service inaugurates Reverend Walker to the position of Designated Pastor at the Roxbury Presbyterian Church, where she has served as transitional leader since 2011.
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins and the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department recently hosted a tour of the Suffolk County House of Correction for members of College Bound Dorchester and the Charles Hayden Foundation.
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins recently served as a panelist for a discussion on “Reform, Re–entry and Results: Change and Progress in the Massachusetts Criminal Justice System” at the University of Massachusetts in Boston. The event, which also featured remarks from Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, was sponsored by MassINC, the Massachusetts Criminal Justice Reform Coalition and the Mass Bar Association.