Monday November 20th, 2017

Last week to get your CAP t-shirts and support a great cause. Amos appreciates your continued support!

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Gabrielle SophiaDone ✅ Love you Amos & Lance my favorite canines!

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Monday November 13th, 2017

Support Amos and the rest of our Canine Superheroes by purchasing your 2017 CAP t-shirt. All proceeds go directly to CAP and assist in continuing our support of child victims throughout the state. Your contribution to CAP is tax deductible. Get yours today!!

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Donna RileyI bought mine and I can't wait to wear it!

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Canine Advocacy ProgramWho could resist that face ?

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Thursday November 9th, 2017

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Today is the big #2 for me!!! So far I have gotten cards and some treats!!! Happy Birthday to me!! :)

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JAKEHappy Birthday Jager!

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Judy BrankelHappy Birthday, Jager. I think you might be celebrating with LD Magic and a host of others!

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Maggie MadiganHappy Birthday you handsome boy!🐾

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Stacy Lammers SellekHe looks very smiley! So cute. HBD Jager!

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Amy SchupskaHappy Birthday, Jager!

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Vijay JoshiHappy Birthday🐾🎂🐾🎂🐾🎂

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Deborah Rowe-WardenHappy Birthday Jager! What a handsome boy🎂🎉🎊🎂

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Friday November 3rd, 2017

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Our Featured Friday Prosecutor this week is Doug Lloyd from Eaton County, Michigan: My name is Doug Lloyd and I have served as the Eaton County Prosecuting Attorney since 2013. Previously, I was as an assistant prosecutor, senior assistant prosecutor and chief assistant prosecutor in Eaton and Jackson County, Michigan. Our office has a caseload averaging 6,000 cases per year. We have 10 attorneys and 15 administrative staff. Our office is unique because we have the Economic Crimes Unit (ECU), a separate office in Delta Township. The ECU manages the bad check, welfare fraud, retail fraud, failure to return property/library property and Social Security fraud diversion programs for Eaton County. The ECU’s success resulted in the appointment of our office as a special prosecutor in Ingham County, Michigan and Clinton County, Michigan to handle their bad check and/or welfare fraud diversion cases. Protecting victims' rights is a daily focus for my office. All of the attorneys in my office ensure that crime victim rights are both protected and put in action. We educate victims on our criminal justice system, their rights and assist them on applying for crime victim compensation. We work with victims to get restitution information so we can ensure that judges order defendants to pay full restitution as required by the Crime Victims’ Rights Act. To provide additional comfort for victims, I got our county commissioners to approve a canine advocate position through the Canine Advocacy Program. Reagan Canine joined the Eaton County Prosecutor's Office on December 16, 2013, after being trained by Leader Dogs for the Blind in Rochester, Michigan. When he joined our office, Reagan was only the fifth canine advocate working in a Michigan prosecutor's office. His job is to support crime victims by helping to relieve some of their anxiety at being involved in the court system. In 2013, I was appointed by Governor Rick Snyder to the Organized Retail Fraud Advisory Board. I also served on the Insurance Fraud Task Force launched in 2013 by Secretary of State Ruth Johnson. I also am a member of the State Drug Treatment Court Advisory Committee and PAAM’s Board of Directors. I find it fascinating to hear my colleagues’ perspectives from various jurisdictions across Michigan. My wife, Mina, is an assistant prosecuting attorney with the Ingham County Prosecutor's Office. We have been married over 23 years and are the proud parents of two sons who both attend Michigan State University.

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