2801 County Road RK,
Thursday, June 10, 2021, 7:00 p.m.
*Registration begins at 6:00 p.m.
*You must register to attend this event: https://nobetterfriendcorp.salsalabs.org/backingthebadgeandbuildingbridgesgreenbay/index.html
(Waukesha, WI)—No Better Friend Corp., a non-profit run by businessman and Marine Corps veteran Kevin Nicholson, is hosting its third tour stop of the ‘Backing the Badge and Building Bridges Townhall’ in Green Bay on Thursday, June 10, 2021. The event will serve as a forum for law enforcement professionals to speak openly about the challenges they face and map out a path forward – while giving the community the opportunity to learn and show support.
Speakers for the event include: Brown County Sheriff Todd Delain; Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski; Winnebago County Sheriff John Matz; Oconto County Sheriff Todd Skarban; Shawno County Sheriff Adam Bieber; President of the Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police Ryan Windorff; Radio Show Host Joe Giganti; former Milwaukee Alderman Bob Donovan; Fond du Lac District Attorney Eric Toney; and UW-Madison Professor Ryan Owens.
The first tour stop of the tour was in New Berlin, WI, on April 24th, and included remarks from former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales, former Madison Police Chief Michael Koval, and other law enforcement professionals. The second stop of the tour was in La Crosse, WI, on May 6th, and included remarks from Monroe County Sheriff Wes Revels, Monroe County District Attorney Kevin Croninger, and others.
Kevin Nicholson, Volunteer President & CEO of No Better Friend Corp., released the following statement:
“Law enforcement professionals across the United States and here in Wisconsin have faced relentless scrutiny, criticisms, and challenges over the past few years. Cities like Milwaukee have been decimated by violence.
Our event in Green Bay on Thursday will be a great opportunity for the public to hear directly from local law enforcement leaders and share ideas on how we can strengthen the relationships between community members and law enforcement – and ultimately work together to keep our neighborhoods safe.”