Nonprofit hosts town hall with hopes of building bridges between communities and first responders


Courtesy: Life Aid VOICE Project

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — There is an vital town hall occurring Thursday from the “Life Aid VOICE Project.” The town hall is about for Thursday at 2:45 p.m. on the Ahren Hotel.  

The focus is to convey collectively leaders from the army, leisure and sports activities communities, to build bridges with regulation enforcement and enhance the protection of our group.  

Life support analysis institute founder and chairman, John Wordin, talked about that objective of native enchancment with 8 News Now. 

“So, the VOICE Project is about veterans out improving communities every day. And how can the veteran experience the life experience that they gained from Iraq and Afghanistan and other places combined with entertainment and sports build a bridge between law enforcement and the community they serve to improve the community and strengthen the community,” Wordin stated. 

Wordin talked about different communities the place they held a town hall, and tangible examples of progress — together with engaged on group policing in Los Angeles with LAPD and members of the Dodgers. He additionally spoke about taking over anti-bias coaching in Arlington, Texas with police, the army and the Department of Justice. 

“I mean, just think about the life experience,” Wordin stated. “Obviously, we have the event tomorrow with Las Vegas PD and we have some great community voices that are going to be participating from the NAACP to some of the local faith community, the business community, the education community, and of course, law enforcement.” 

Thursday’s town hall will embody Metro Police, our religion group, business leaders, veterans, elected officers and even the Raiders.  

You can register here to join tomorrow’s event virtually.  


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