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Public Invited to CSC Initiatives Public Comment and Public Forum

Post Date:08/28/2018

As part of Meridian Township’s Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) Initiatives, the Sexual Assault Prevention Committee invites the media and public to attend a public comment portion of the Sexual Assault Prevention Committee meeting. The Sexual Assault Prevention Committee consists of Haslett Public Schools, Okemos Public Schools, Meridian Township Police Department, Meridian Township Board and Brianne Randall-Gay. Questions regarding CSC Initiatives may contact Township Manager, Frank Walsh.

CSC Sexual Assault Prevention Committee Meeting - Public Comment
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Friday, September 21st
Meridian Township Municipal Building (5151 Marsh Rd., Okemos)

HOMTV will host a Public Forum on the red flag behavior of "Pillars of the Community", Nice Guys Offenders as well as Grooming and Complaint Victimization. HOMTV will televise the Public Forum LIVE on HOMTV Comcast Channel 21, and Facebook Live.

CSC Initiatives Public Forum
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Friday, September 21st
Meridian Township Municipal Building (5151 Marsh Rd., Okemos)

Alexandra Ilitch, WLNS Anchor/Reporter covering the Larry Nassar Scandal

Guest Panel:
Brianne Randall-Gay, Nassar Survivor and Leader of Meridian Township's Sexual Assault Prevention Initiatives.
Ryan Schuiling, Sports Reporter Covering Nassar Scandal
Jim Clemente, Retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent/Profiler/Expert Witness
Francey Hakes, Former Federal Prosecutor, National Security and Child Protection Consulting
Ken Plaga, Meridian Township Police Chief

Questions regarding the live broadcast of the CSC Initiatives Public Forum may contact HOMTV Executive Producer, Brandie Yates at or 517.853.4208.

Protecting the community against sexual predators remains a top priority for the Township.

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