On Friday February 1, Hampton Rovers Football Club will host an evening to remember Elsa Corp, whose life was brutally cut short by a man with a history of violence, and push for sweeping changes to the parole system.
The Corp Family, whore an integral part of the local community with Daniel also a current player at the club, has united with other grieving families to push for sweeping reforms. Since July 2008, more than a dozen people have been murdered by parolees.
To mark the third anniversary of Elsa’s passing, the Corp family are calling on all members of the local community to show their support for this cause and sign a petition on the night calling for parole reform.
Friday February 1, 6:30pm 8:00pm at the HAMPTON ROVERS FOOTBALL CLUB Boss James Reserve, corner Bluff Rd & David St, Hampton.
View the Facebook page for more information, links to news articles and the proposed changes to the parole system.
RELATED: Families of victims of violent parolees plead for help to change the system (Herald Sun 22/01/2013) – view more >>
Map of Boss James Reserve (Melway ref. 77 A7):
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Only limited parking available at the venue (car parks via David St & James Cres, and parking around the ground – enter via David St & Thorburn Rd). Bus routes 708 & 825 stop across the road from the ground.