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I am very excited to connect with you and share what the SAO has been up to so far in 2020. In this new year and decade, we have been able to embark on new projects and bring others to fruition.
We are always looking for ways to inform the community as to what we are doing and how we can serve you. Social media has allowed us to connect directly with you for the past couple of years through Twitter and Facebook. And now I am proud to say that we are also on Instagram!
Our website, www.miamisao.com , is undergoing revamping/restructuring to make it even easier to navigate for those wanting information and resources.
So far, we have a new portal for our anti-human trafficking efforts including resources, services and highlights of the work of our dedicated unit and task force, which can be accessed at http://humantrafficking.miamisao.com  or through our main website under the Services tab.
Our commitment to better serve you, our community, is the reason that we at the SAO continue to look forward, while drawing from our experience to provide justice for victims of crimes. Progress and innovation with a solid foundation toward ensuring public safety is the best way to keep our community strong through Smart Justice.
Sincerely,

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