Kimberly's Law New Brunswick/Provincial Petition
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Mar18/10 Kimberly Proctor(Kimmy) was murdered by Young Offenders, Kruse Wellwood 16 & Cameron Moffatt 17 in Victoria B.C..
After Kimmy's death we came up with Kimberly’s Law which includes 7 proposals.
The first 3 proposals Provincial Points, establish Threat Assessment Protocols, Mandatory Counseling and Parental Responsibility requirements. The remaining 4 proposals are Federal Points & seek to build upon the recent young offender amendments by making those convicted of first or second-degree murder fully accountable for their actions. Please refer to Kimberly’s Law for complete description.
We encourage you to go to www.kimberlyslaw.com print off the Provincial/Territory petition & the Federal petition, collect signatures & mail petitions back.
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Our family thanks you in advance for your support and with help from the public we know that we can make these important changes and prevent others from going through what we did.
TO THE HONOURABLE THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, ASSEMBLED:
Because of the increase in bullying and violence among our young people, we the people of New
Brunswick petition the Legislative Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick to consider:
1. Schools should implement threat assessment protocols.
2. If a young person has been assessed as a potential threat, there should be mandatory counseling and treatment for that young person.
3. Parents should be held civiily liable for the actions of their young people, subject to a "due diligence" defense, up to a maximum fine of $25,000.
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