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On Thursday, February 1, 2018 Meridian Township held a press conference in regards to the Meridian Township 2004 Police Report involving one of the survivors in the Larry Nassar sentencing; Ms. Brianne Randall-Gay.

During the press conference Meridian Township Manager Frank Walsh and Chief of Police David Hall announced new initiatives and training regarding Criminal Sexual Conduct investigations within the Meridian Township Police Operations.

Three (3) new Criminal Sexual Conduct initiatives update:

1. Criminal Sexual Conduct training will be increased amongst all sworn officers. The initial training, offered by the Prosecuting Attorneys of Michigan, began in April 2018. The training included a video segment with Nassar survivor Brianne Randall-Gay sharing her story. Sexual Assault Investigator Becky Payne attended a sexual assault training in March; with training provided subsequently to all sworn personnel.

2. Criminal Sexual Conduct cases were reviewed from 2000-2017. 595 Sexual Assault cases were reviewed to assure all survivors’ cases were properly investigated. The Police Chief will sign off on every CSC report.

3. The Meridian Township Police Department partnered with Brianne Randall-Gay to develop a community-wide program that addresses how to better educate children on understanding Criminal Sexual Conduct and reporting it to authorities.
Protecting our community against sexual predators remains a top priority for Meridian Township.

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 Meridian Township held a press conference in regards to the Meridian Township 2004 Police Report involving one of the survivors in the Larry Nassar sentencing; Ms. Brianne Randall-Gay.

During the press conference Meridian Township Manager Frank Walsh and Chief of Police David Hall announced new initiatives and training regarding Criminal Sexual Conduct investigations within the Meridian Township Police Operations.

Three (3) new Criminal Sexual Conduct initiatives update:

1. Criminal Sexual Conduct training will be increased amongst all sworn officers. The initial training, offered by the Prosecuting Attorneys of Michigan, began in April 2018. The training included a video segment with Nassar survivor Brianne Randall-Gay sharing her story. Sexual Assault Investigator Becky Payne attended a sexual assault training in March; with training provided subsequently to all sworn personnel.

2. Criminal Sexual Conduct cases were reviewed from 2000-2017. 595 Sexual Assault cases were reviewed to assure all survivors’ cases were properly investigated. The Police Chief will sign off on every CSC report.

3. The Meridian Township Police Department partnered with Brianne Randall-Gay to develop a community-wide program that addresses how to better educate children on understanding Criminal Sexual Conduct and reporting it to authorities.

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

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 Meridian Township held a press conference in regards to the Meridian Township 2004 Police Report involving one of the survivors in the Larry Nassar sentencing; Ms. Brianne Randall-Gay.

During the press conference Meridian Township Manager Frank Walsh and Chief of Police David Hall announced new initiatives and training regarding Criminal Sexual Conduct investigations within the Meridian Township Police Operations.

Three (3) new Criminal Sexual Conduct initiatives update:

1. Criminal Sexual Conduct training will be increased amongst all sworn officers. The initial training, offered by the Prosecuting Attorneys of Michigan, began in April 2018. The training included a video segment with Nassar survivor Brianne Randall-Gay sharing her story. Sexual Assault Investigator Becky Payne attended a sexual assault training in March; with training provided subsequently to all sworn personnel.

2. Criminal Sexual Conduct cases were reviewed from 2000-2017. 595 Sexual Assault cases were reviewed to assure all survivors’ cases were properly investigated. The Police Chief will sign off on every CSC report.

3. The Meridian Township Police Department partnered with Brianne Randall-Gay to develop a community-wide program that addresses how to better educate children on understanding Criminal Sexual Conduct and reporting it to authorities.

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

CSC Initiatives Press Releases

CSC Initiative coverage provided by HOMTV: 

Meridian Township's Press Conference with Brianne-Randall Gay, Regarding the 2004 Nassar Police Report

 

Meridian Township's Press Conference Regarding the New Criminal Sexual Assault Conduct Initiatives 

 

Chief Dave Hall HOMTV Interview on Meridian Township's CSC Initiatives 

 

Brianne Randall-Gay and Chief Dave Hall CSC Initiatives Interview

 

Meridian Township Holds Second CSC Initiatives Meeting - HOMTV Story

 

Additional Videos:  

Exclusive Interview with Nassar Survivor Brianne Randall-Gay

Identifying Red Flag Behaviors of Sexual Offenders & Meridian Township CSC Initiatives Public Forum

Meridian News Now Featuring Brianne Randall-Gay