PLEASE JOIN US ON DEC 8TH, 2021
FROM 6 TO 8 PM AT THE VFW HALL IN MCHENRY, IL
and meet the leadership team of Safer Citizens’ McHenry County Chapter as we outline our mission and strategy in preserving Law and Order in McHenry County!
Special guests and speakers include Safer Citizens Co-Founder Winnebago County Sheriff Gary Caruana and our own Sheriff Bill Prim.
Safer Citizens, NFP was created to inspire a national grassroots movement of citizens who will fight to restore and preserve a safe environment for our families and communities. Education and advocacy on issues pertaining to public policy that supports First Responders’ ability to perform their sworn duty to protect and serve is the primary mission of Safer Citizens.
The Safer Citizen organization is underway with a vision to enlighten our nation to wake up and re-engage the discussion on law and justice and the critical situation our law enforcement agencies face in recruiting, retaining, and supporting the men and women, past, present, and future, who help assure the civility of our towns, counties, states, and nation.
Education includes awareness of the sacrifices given by First Responders and their families including the physical, mental, and emotional impact that such employment has on the entire family and circle of friends. The more aware each member of a community becomes, the more aligned they will be in supporting and defending sound public policy and the public servants who are elected to defend the Constitution and preserve the Rule of Law.
Safer Citizens is structured by forming chapters around communities, primarily counties and large cities, and will engage citizens within these communities to develop this awareness and improve relations with First Responders, especially those in Law Enforcement. We will start with the office of the Sheriff and work through each city, town, and village’s police, fire, and EMS departments. Each chapter will plan town hall events that will educate the community on such topics that help the citizens understand the challenges facing these public institutions as well as create opportunities to express gratitude and appreciation to each First Responder for their service to their community and its impact on public safety.