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City, state officials enjoy coffee with Suffolk County Sheriff Tompkins

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  City and state officials enjoyed coffee with Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins on Saturday at the Revere Society for Cultural & Historical Preservation (RSCHP).

Event Host/State Rep. Jessica Giannino and Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins
Sheriff Steven Tompkins said turning inmates’ ship around isn’t easy but it’s manageable.
State Senator Lydia Edwards asked questions about the Family Matters program in the House of Correction.
State Representative Jessica Giannino said the Sheriff’s Office is a proud partner with the city.
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State Representative Jeff Turco provided Dunkin’ coffee and donuts for the morning event.
RSCHP President Robert Upton said the Revere History Museum building is quite historic while asking the Sheriff about the veterans’ population in the House of Correction.
Attendees are shown during Saturday’s Coffee with Sheriff Steven Tompkins at the RSCHP. Sheriff Steven Tompkins is seated. Pictured from left to right: back row: Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna, Councillor-at-Large Steven Morabito, Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Rep. Jessica Giannino, State Senator Lydia Edwards and City Council President/Councillor-at-Large Gerry Visconti; third row: State Rep. Jeff Turco and Northeast Vocational Technical School Committee Member Anthony Caggiano.
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Mayor Brian Arrigo welcomed the Sheriff to Revere.

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