Sappey to host virtual panel discussion on ‘Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective’
KENNETT SQUARE, March 19 – State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual panel discussion, “Institutionalized Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 25. This panel discussion is the fourth in a series of discussions started last year.
“We’re looking to continue these hard discussions and build on the insights we received from all of our participants last year,” Sappey said. “It is only when we decide to listen and make informed decisions that true action can occur. We want to create communities where everyone feels they are treated with respect and given a fair chance to succeed and thrive.”
Panelists for this discussion include:
- Rev. Annalie Korengel, pastor of Unionville Presbyterian Church and police chaplain for Kennett Township.
- Scott Bohn, executive director of the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.
- Sheriff Fredda Maddox of Chester County.
- Greg Rowe, executive director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association.
- Chief Gerald Simpson of the Chester County Regional Police Department.
Residents interested in receiving a link to attend will need to RSVP on Sappey’s website, by contacting her District Office at 484-200-8264, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions for the representative and presenters can be submitted before or during the event at email@example.com.
For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s office at 484-200-8264.