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Lynne And Dwight Brown ARE Advocates For Public Safety
“We work to unite and educate the public about the content of legislation as it pertains to public safety “explains Lynne Brown who co-founded Advocates for Public Safety with her husband Dwight who works with the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department. The two are currently very focused on addressing considerable safety issues pertaining to AB 109 (prisoner re-alignment in California)as well as preparing to host opening ceremonies for the 50 state National Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign at Sunrise Event Center in Rancho Cordova March 29th,30th and 31st.
“We consider the National Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign a priority because protecting children is at the core of safe guarding families “both Browns explain. The series of festivities marking the beginning of National Child Abuse Prevention Month efforts throughout the nation includes a reception, rally, gala and departure of Kross Kountry-4-Kids a Journey-4-Justice.All crafted to call further attention to the cause and helps motivate members of the public to become involved.
April marks 30 years since America has designated April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, working to use the 30 day period as a platform to better protect children all year long.The Browns say they are honored to have people from all over the world travel to Sacramento to embrace this effort and they look forward to coming along side these individuals to optimize their involvement. To learn more about how you can support Advocates for Public Safety contact them at email@example.com .
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