Sen. Hwang to Hold Community Conversation on Public Safety

November 8, 2021

Update, Understand, Prevention, Action:

Sen. Hwang Moderates “Southport, CT”

A Community Conversation with Panelist on Public Safety



Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 1:00pm

Pequot Library Auditorium

720 Pequot Avenue, Southport

**in-person interactive meeting allowing for questions and answers

**Required Eventbrite Registration:


Moderator: State Senator Tony Hwang

-Fairfield Police Department

-1st Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick

-District 10 (Southport) RTM Members

-State Representative Jennifer Leeper (132nd District)


This week’s headlines were focused on the “youth crime spree” which struck several communities along Connecticut’s shoreline. And directly impacting Southport this past week.

Senator Tony Hwang will moderate a community conversation with local experts, stakeholders and concerned citizens to better understand law enforcement and institutional safety measures that protect students, faculty, and neighborhood residents.

Another additional goal is to inform and reassure residents that there are proactive steps that every organization and individual can take to ensure safety around the community.

By exchanging ideas and feedback, we will gain a better understanding which will foster at least the beginnings of a collaborative action plan to mitigate this public safety risk and dangerous trend.


Required Eventbrite Registration:…/southport-ct-a-community…


** Senator Hwang encourages everyone to be vaccinated against Covid-19 virus. Per CT Covid Health Regulations, capacity restrictions for gatherings and social events are eliminated. Masks are no longer required outdoors. Vaccinated persons are not required to wear a mask at indoor events. Unvaccinated individuals are still required to wear a mask indoors.