The Billings Chamber of Commerce invites you to a crucial community event: "Public Safety: Strategies for a Secure Future." This free community forum takes place on Wednesday, March 13th from 7:30 to 9:00 am at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (also known as the Townsquare Tower).

The event is open to everyone and is 100% free to attend. A complimentary free breakfast, and time to network with peers, are also included at the event. Doors open at 7:15 AM.

Who will be attending?

Join County Attorney Scott Twito, City Council Member Jennifer Owen, School Superintendent Dr. Erwin Garcia, and County Commissioner Mark Morse for a discussion on pressing public safety issues.

Hear their insights on the 72-hour hold facility, school safety improvements, domestic violence solutions, and local justice system collaboration.

For thoughts on these topics so far, check out the articles below:

"We're committed to ongoing progress after the 2021 Public Safety Mill Levy," says Billings Chamber Director Dan Brooks. "This event showcases our leaders working together to address community safety challenges."

Space is limited for this event, and the Billings Chamber is asking everyone to pre-register for the event at

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