The public is invited to join this non-partisan, educational event on July 11th
The Washington County Democratic Party (WCDP) announces today the roster of guest panelists for its upcoming Forum on Equitable Public Safety & Justice. This non-partisan, educational event is open to all and will be held on Tuesday, July 11th, starting at 6:30 pm at Carver Park.
Speakers will include Sheriff Keith Sexton (Washington County Sheriff’s Office), Special Agent Andy Crabtree (Federal Bureau of Investigation), Assistant District Public Defender Melanie Sellers (State of Tennessee), and Lt. Colonel Richard ‘Dean’ Hurley, Ret. (TN Highway Patrol).
“We are truly delighted to host such a knowledgeable group of local experts,” said Sylvain Bruni, WCDP Chair. “Public safety and justice are critical topics at the local level; we know the public has questions, so we encourage all to join this interactive session,” he added.
RSVP is recommended at https://wctndp.org/EquitablePublicSafety&JusticeForum. The Forum, which will be held in the Community Room of the Carver Park Recreation Center, will also be streamlined on the WCDP Facebook page.