Tuesday: ‘Open Mic’ On Sex Offenders Registry

September 16, 2018 | 1 Comment

An open mic event will be hosted this Tuesday evening [Sept 18] in order to “give the public an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns concerning a registry for sex offenders.”

The event announcement said, “To give the public an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns concerning a registry for sex offenders, an open mic event will be hosted on Tuesday, September 18 from 6pm to 8pm at Astwood Arms Restaurant.

“Hosted by Ms. Robyn Swan, a politician, holding a senate post for the One Bermuda Alliance [OBA], the event will feature a panel to help lead the discussion, which include:

  • Ms. Debi-Ray Rivers from SCARS
  • MP Craig Cannonier who served on the Joint Select Committee related to sex offenders
  • Ms. Dany Pen from Women’s A.C.T
  • Community and Social Activist: Shari Lynn Pringle
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  1. Core Values says:

    Can we also discuss the responsibility of Schools, Churches, Families, Teachers, Family Services and all our adults to provide safe and caring environments for all of our children – free from emotional, sexual and physical abuse.

    In a community that ranks Diversity and Inclusion Issues where do sex offenders and those that protect them from accountability rank?

    In Bermuda, do we rank them and the offences they commit or help to cover up by Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Age, Education, Political Party, Class or Religion…..?

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