City leaders offer resources and advice at the Quincy Public Safety Forum; Residents say they’re far from convinced – Boston News, Weather, Sports

QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) – Hundreds of people showed up at a public safety forum in Quincy Monday night to voice concerns.

City leaders, including the mayor and police chief, answered questions from the audience and offered advice to local residents on how to report a crime and the security resources available to them.

Viewers like Marsha Lehane, who said she attends the MBTA every day, are still processing the violence that has taken place at stations in the area. It has been just over two weeks since police said Christian Lynch abducted a 64-year-old woman from Wollaston T station and sexually assaulted her.

“I’m sitting there and I’m like, ‘That could have been me. It could have been me,” Lehane said.

Though she wasn’t happy with everything she heard at the meeting, she said the conversation was a start.

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