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Secretary's 2016 Meritorious Service Silver Medal Presented To The New York Electronic Crimes Task Force

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas presented the Secretary's Meritorious Service Medal to the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas presented the Secretary's Meritorious Service Medal to the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force consisting of U.S. Secret Service members Scott G. Sarafian, Timothy R. Benitez, Kristen A. Bell, Robert L. Campbell, James A. Edwards, William A. Figueroa, Shaun Gause, Jenna A. Hall, Eric J. Humbert, Tate A. Jarrow, Kevin M. Kirby, Alyssa D. Krolick, Daniel R. Lerro, Brandon W. McCaw, Christopher A. McMahon, Joseph A. Meeks, Richard R. Pena-Ariet, Kenneth W. Premo, Christopher S. Rasor, John R. Simonello, Ryan J. Verhoef, John P. Wozniak, Tyler J. Yetter, Christopher R. Marrone, during the Secretary's Award Ceremony held Oct. 26, 2016. The Secretary's Meritorious Service Medal recognizes exceptional individual leadership or service that is distinguished by achievements of marked significance over time to the Department of Homeland Security. This award will recognize a body of work characterized by superior performance related to significant accomplishments, business improvements or notable resourcefulness and diligence that significantly improved the effectiveness of the Department of Homeland Security in one or more program areas. Official DHS photo by Barry Bahler.

Date Taken: 
November 1, 2016
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Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas presented the Secretary's Meritorious Service Medal to the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force
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