Rep. Bos to Host Public Safety & the SAFE-T Act Discussion

  • State Representative Chris Bos (left) and State Representative Patrick Windhorst (right). IL House Staff.

    State Representative Chris Bos (left) and State Representative Patrick Windhorst (right). IL House Staff.

 
 
Updated 9/30/2022 10:07 AM

LAKE ZURICH - State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) is inviting residents to tune in for a Facebook Live discussion on Thursday, October 6, to address the SAFE-T Act and its effect on public safety in Illinois. Joining Bos for the discussion is fellow House Judiciary - Criminal Committee member State Representative Patrick Windhorst (R-Metropolis). Windhorst brings 14 years of firsthand experience with public safety laws to the discussion having previously served as Massac County State's Attorney.

"The SAFE-T Act makes far-reaching changes to public safety laws in Illinois and many residents are rightly concerned about what this means for the safety of their families," said Bos. "During this discussion, we will walk through how the act came about and address the actual language of the act that has led so many public safety advocates, including 100 of 102 county State's Attorneys, to oppose its full implementation."

 

Public Safety & the SAFE-T Act will take place on Thursday, October 6, 2022, from 7-8 p.m. via Facebook Live. For those without access to Facebook, the discussion and presentation will be recorded and available via the Representatives websites afterward.

Follow @RepChrisBos and @RepWindhorst and sign-up for the Facebook Live to be notified when the video goes live at https://fb.me/e/2iQebrpHW.

For questions or more information, contact Rep. Bos at 224-662-1176 or visit repbos.com.

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