The Haysville Police Department (HPD) is offering a free crime prevention seminar to Haysville residents from 6 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, in the courtroom of the police department.
Refuse To Be A Victim is a nationally recognized crime prevention seminar that promotes awareness and prevention of criminal attack. Topics covered include: home, automobile, phone, technological, travel and personal security.
“The seminar presents things for people to look out for to keep from being a victim of crime,” said Chief of Police Jeff Whitfield.
Two certified officers, master police officers Brady Simmons and Clint Cartwright, will be teaching the class. Both officers received their training and certification in Texas.
Individuals may pre-register by contacting Officer Simmons at 529-5912 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited so pre-registration is strongly encouraged but not required.
Refuse To Be A Victim is a program of the National Rifle Association. Whitfield he is pleased that his department is able to offer this seminar for free and make available to the Haysville community its easy-to-understand information.