FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee will hold a meeting on May 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. on the topic of how the public can assist in protecting children from sexual predators with information on other aspects of these crimes.
“Learn how new laws could require life sentences for some convicted child molesters and lifetime electronic monitoring for other child predators,” said organizer Pat Braendel. Speakers include Ericka Perryman, from the office of Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who will define Chelsea’s Law and explain what it means for California; Tom Rogers, district director for Senator Dennis Hollingsworth, who will update the audience on current legislation for violent sexual offenders and explain the methods to obtain the latest information on these felons; Kelly Mok, deputy district attorney for the County of San Diego; who will elaborate on laws needed to prosecute, convict, and monitor these felons.
“Learn how you can help strengthen our safeguards against these convicted child molesters in order to protect innocent children,” said Braendel.
The meeting will be held at Zion Lutheran Church auditorium, 1405 E. Fallbrook St.