REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM® CRIME PREVENTION AND PERSONAL SAFETY SEMINAR IS FOR STUDENTS NEW TO COLLEGE AND AREA MEN AND WOMEN
Register by Monday, Oct. 2 for the Refuse To Be A Victim® crime prevention and personal safety seminar being held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7 in the multi-purpose room at Hickory Hall at 66 Morris Drive on the Mansfield University campus.
“Refuse To Be A Victim® is definitely a great seminar for students new to college life and for area adults, men and women,” said Marilyn Jones.
“On Friday, Aug. 18 at Mountie Days on the Mansfield University campus, I will have brochures, posters and general information for students about the seminar and how to better protect themselves,” Jones said.
“This is not a course on shooting a gun,” said Jones. She and Pat Butts, both NRA-certified course instructors, are teaching the seminar. Forty-five seats are available.
Those attending the seminar will learn common sense techniques on how to minimize the risk of becoming a victim at home, in a dorm, driving or traveling, in the workplace and other situations, such as while shopping. Also taught will be an array of personal safety strategies and tips on how to create a personalized safety plan before it is needed.
The fee is $20 to cover the cost of the book and class materials.
Visit http://www.mansfield.edu for information on how to get to Hickory Hall.
To register or for more information, call Marilyn Jones at 570-244-7989 or email email@example.com.