Romain W. Ramdas: U.S. Marshals Service: Criminal Justice

Start Date: February 13 2013 - 01:10 PM

End Date: February 13 2013 - 03:00 PM

Category: Community

Location: Science Building, Room 112


The U. S. Marshals Service is responsible for the protection of federal court officers and buildings and the effective operation of the judiciary. The service also assists with court security and prisoner transport, serves arrest warrants, and seeks fugitives.

Mr. Romain W. Ramdas, Deputy US Marshal

Presentation Topics:

  • What are the qualifications to become a Deputy U.S. Marshal?
  • What is the process of becoming a Deputy U.S. Marshall?
  • What does the Fugitive Apprehension Taskforce do?
  • What is Witness Protection Program?
  • How do U.S. Marshals protect Federal Judges and Courts?
  • And more...


Sponsored by the Liberal Arts Academy/Criminal Justice


Contact Name: Rose-Marie Aikas

Contact Phone: 718-281-5176

Contact Email:

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