The #Stand2Protect Peace Summit has received a tremendous outpouring of support from across the country. There has been an overwhelmingly positive response and request for speaking roles from community leaders, civil rights leaders, law enforcement officials, media personalities, international leaders and diplomats, and others.
Due to this demand, the decision has been made to POSTPONE this Tuesday’s (August 2) Peace Summit at the United Nations. This is being done to accommodate the schedules of potential speakers and attendees.
We believe the participation of these persons who have expressed an interest in participating will create a richer dialogue, will result in a more impactful Summit, and will help further the cause of bridging the growing divide between law enforcement officers and the communities they are sworn to protect and serve.
We apologize for any inconvenience. Our team is scheduling a new date – tentatively during the week of August 15, 2016. The plan is to select and announce the new date within the next few days.
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About the #Stand2Protect Peace Summit
COPsync is co-sponsoring the #Stand2Protect Peace Summit in conjunction with UN Ambassador Jack Brewer, the Blue Alert Foundation, the United Federation for Peacekeeping and Sustainable Development, and Trust 2 Protect.
The goal of the United Nations #Stand2Protect Peace Summit is to bring together community and global leaders, law enforcement, politicians and influencers to discuss real solutions to end the growing distrust between communities and law enforcement.
“The United States is in crisis with escalating tensions between law enforcement and communities recently resulting in numerous tragedies,” said Ronald A. Woessner, CEO of COPsync. “At COPsync we are dedicated to creating a safer environment for everyone and we believe the #Stand2Protect Peace Summit will provide a platform for open dialogue regarding how to protect our law enforcement officers while simultaneously protecting the freedoms of all Americans.
“I encourage all citizens who are interested in helping bridge the growing divide between law enforcement officers and the communities they are sworn to protect and serve to attend this UN Summit,” continued Woessner.
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