Oxford County EMA

Emergency management is the managerial function charged with creating the framework within which communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disasters.

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The office has three paralegal-secretaries: Mariah Castonguay (since 2016), Suzanna Gallant (since 2012) and Lisa Mack (since 2007). Our office staff also includes two victim-witness advocates. Catherine Audet, specializing in domestic violence and sex crimes (since 2017) and Cathy Ring, senior VWA who has been with the office since 2006.

A partial listing of the DA's duties includes:

  • Review police reports and prepare complaints in all criminal cases in three district courts.
  • Prepare indictments and present to the grand jury.
  • Trials in district and superior court.
  • Pre-trial litigation.
  • Appeals to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court
  • Asisting police in preparation of search and arrest warrants.
  • Prosecuting drug forfeitures.
  • Provide training to law enforcement officers.
  • Provide legal advice and in some cases legal representation to the Oxford County Commissioners.

The Oxford County District Attorney's Office prosecutes criminal cases for the following law enforcement agencies: Maine State Police, Oxford County Sheriff’s Department, Maine Warden Service, Maine Fire Marshal, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, Maine Forest Service, Bureau of Liquor Enforcement, Dept. of Probation & Parole (including juvenile caseworkers) and municipal police departments in Dixfield, Fryeburg, Mexico, Norway, Oxford, Rumford and South Paris.

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