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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).

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Event Host/State Rep. Jessica Giannino and Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins
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Sheriff Steven Tompkins said turning inmates’ ship around isn’t easy but it’s manageable.
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State Senator Lydia Edwards asked questions about the Family Matters program in the House of Correction.
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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.
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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.
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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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