Bristol police to host sex offender information meeting

BRISTOL — The Bristol Police Department will host a public forum about the Vermont Sex Offender Registry on Wednesday, March 30, at 6 p.m. at Bristol Elementary School.
Attendees will learn how the system currently works, who is placed on the registry, how the public is informed and what Bristol police have done and will do to ensure offenders living in Bristol are in compliance with all applicable laws. Bristol police are hoping for a civil and respectful discussion on the issue. They will take input and address concerns from residents and discuss the department’s efforts to strengthen current laws and practices in offender registry compliance.
Also invited are state partners interested in hearing public input and learning more about the department’s goal of better ensuring compliance through changes in practice and law.
For more information, contact Chief Kevin Gibbs at by phone at 453-­2533, by email at [email protected] or through the Bristol Police Department Facebook page. Anyone who is unable to attend but wishes to provide input or ideas on this subject may also contact Chief Gibbs.

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