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SAFE-T Act Information Meeting on Zoom at 7PM Oct. 25

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Naperville City Councilman Paul Leong will host Public Safety & SAFE-T Act Zoom Discussion for residents from 7 to 8:30PM Tues., Oct. 25, 2022.

Sheriff James Mendrick and House Republican Leader Jim Durkin will join Naperville City Councilman and candidate for State Representative Leong during a FREE public safety and SAFE-T Act panel discussion via Zoom.

“I am grateful to bring together local experts like Sheriff James Mendrick and House Republican Leader Jim Durkin to provide DuPage residents the opportunity to hear about current issues in public safety, as well as receive information about the SAFE-T Act from those tasked with implementing these mandates locally,” said Leong. “No doubt DuPage residents are worried about their safety amidst spiraling crime.  Our community should hear directly from the experts and get firsthand information to understand the changes headed our way from Springfield.”  

RSVP required at zjdupage@gmail.com

The event is FREE to attend via Zoom and provided as a public service. Kindly note RSVP is required at zjdupage@gmail.com. Registrants will receive a follow-up email with a secured Zoom link.  

Editor’s Note / Notices of public forums held in Naperville are welcome

This website welcomes opportunities to promote public forums that list confirmed featured presenters that are to be held locally to address the SAFE-T Act, Amendment 1 and other propositions on the Nov. 8, 2022, General Election ballot. Thanks to everyone who seeks solutions and the truth.

 

Naperville City Council Members Patty Gustin and Paul Leong hosted a SAFE-T Act forum for the public on Mon., Oct. 17 at the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle Street. Panelists included State Senator John Curran, DuPage County State’s Attorney Bob Berlin, and Appellate Judge Liam Brennan. Scroll down for info about other planned forums on Wed., Oct. 19, and Tues., Oct. 25. 

UPDATE, Oct. 18, 2022 / “I just want to thank everyone who attended last night’s forum and the speakers who put on a phenomenal presentation,” said Councilman Patty Gustin, noting the audience was nonpartisan. “NCTV17 videotaped the presentation and I should have it in its entirety by the end of the week. Please contact me if you’d like the link.”

PN will contact Gustin for the link and include it here when available. (Posted Oct. 23, 2022)

Original Post, Oct. 13, 2022 / Criminal justice system changes that affect every Illinois family are coming on January 1, 2023, and to help separate fact from fiction, State Senator John Curran, DuPage County State’s Attorney Bob Berlin, and Appellate Judge Liam Brennan will share facts about the SAFE-T Act.

The SAFE-T Act Information Meeting will be presented from 6:30 to 8:30PM on Mon., Oct. 17, in Council Chambers of the Naperville Municipal Center, located at 400 S. Eagle Street. The public is invited.

“Significant changes to the state’s pre-trial detention system and rules for how police can pursue and apprehend offenders are coming in just two months, and without substantive changes to the SAFE-T Act our communities will be less safe and taxpayers could be on the hook for substantial tax increases,” said Sen. Curran. “The changes in this flawed law affect every Illinoisan, so I would invite people to attend this public meeting to learn more about how the SAFE-T Act affects them.”  

The meeting will be hosted and moderated by Naperville City Council members Patty Gustin and Paul Leong. The panelists will discuss the SAFE-T Act’s effect on communities, schools, residents, and businesses. Time will be reserved for questions from the audience.  

“The SAFE-T Act includes contradictory language and provisions that tie the hands of judges when determining whether a defendant should be detained while awaiting trial or released back into the community,” added Sen. Curran. “Time is running out to fix the many shortcomings in this law, and I look forward to joining these respected community leaders so that together we can separate facts from fiction and provide residents with real, non-politicized information.”  

For more information about this event, contact Councilwoman Patty Gustin at pattygustin@gmail.com  

Update / Community Safety Forum at Mall of India, 6-8PM Oct. 19

Post last updated, Oct. 25, 2022

 

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