U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – Due to the territory’s “Stay at Home” status, Atty General Denise George today issues a reminder of measures put in place to safeguard the public and Dept. of Justice employees from potential exposure to COVID-19.
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – Due to the territory’s “Stay at Home” status, Atty General Denise George issues a reminder of measures put in place to safeguard the public and Dept. of Justice employees from potential exposure to COVID-19. The Paternity and Child Support Division (PCSD) continues to implement a response protocol to prevent the exponential spread of this novel virus.
U.S. Virgin Islands — Attorney General Denise George, along with several attorneys general throughout the nation is urging the U.S. Senate to provide relief for all federal student loan borrowers impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
THOMAS, U.S.V.I. – V.I. Attorney General Denise George paid homage to our African heritage while participating in a recent conference aimed at collaboratively tackling transnational crimes, held in Accra, Ghana. The Ghanaian Government, through the Attorney General AllianceAfrica (AGA-Africa), invited AG George and five other state Attorneys General to Ghana, where the historic links of the slave trade across the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of years ago, ties the African country to the Virgin Islands. Among the conference activities, AG George participated in panel discussions, historical heritage tours, and Independence Day Celebrations in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Kingdom.
DOJ facilities on both St. Thomas and St. Croix are closed to the public and will not conduct person to person services until further notice. Department of Justice’s four facilities that will be closed include the Office of the Attorney General located at the GERS Building, 2nd floor in St. Thomas and #213 Estate La Reine St. Croix, the Division of Paternity and Child Support located on the 2nd floor of Nisky Shopping Center, St. Thomas and #3018 Estate Orange Grove, St. Croix.