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DEPUTY SECRETARY MAYORKAS TO TRAVEL TO TEXAS

December 1, 2014

WASHINGTON— On Dec. 2, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas will travel to San Antonio to deliver keynote remarks on the Department’s important collaboration with state and local law enforcement at the Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association’s (HAPCOA) 41st Annual National Training Symposium and Aguila Awards Luncheon. In addition to his keynote remarks, Deputy Secretary Mayorkas will also receive the HAPCOA President’s Award, which is presented to an individual or organization that has provided significant support, direction, and guidance to HAPCOA’s membership. While in San Antonio, Deputy Secretary Mayorkas will also participate in workforce engagements with Department of Homeland Security employees.

Tuesday, Dec. 2 11:10 AM CST           

Deputy Secretary Mayorkas will deliver keynote remarks
Westin Riverwalk Hotel
Room Navarro A
420 W. Market St.
San Antonio

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