Lifelong Learning: Public Safety Partnership Classes Coming This Fall
Franklin Public Schools - Lifelong Learning Institute
Citizen Police Academy, Women's Self Defense
and Home Safety for Children
In Partnership with
Franklin Police Department
Citizen Police Academy Have you ever wondered what it's like to ride along with an on-duty officer? How you would react in an emergency situation? How evidence is collected? What to do if you are stopped for speeding?
The Franklin Police Department hopes to answer some of those questions that you may have regarding the police department and law enforcement. And, in addition, each attendee will be given the opportunity to ride with a Franklin Police Officer during his or her tour of duty to experience the duties and responsibilities of the officers.
Great class for mothers and daughters to attend together. Learn how to put power into your own hands. Participate in this very important three-night workshop to learn realistic self-defense strategies for women of all ages.
Officers Tara Lagoa & Lee Ann Baker will discuss risk reduction and avoidance, situational awareness, how to trust your intuition, and basic hands-on self-defense techniques.
Three (3) Mondays - Oct 16, 23, 30
6:00 to 9:00 PM
Remington Middle School, 628 Washington Street, Franklin
Home Alone Safety - Grades 1-5
Children will learn the basics of being safe when home alone for short periods of time, whether by plan or because of an emergency.
Franklin Police Community Service Officer will explain how to safely answer the telephone and door, as well as Internet safety, accident prevention, and fire protection. Simple First Aid techniques will also be taught.
Tuesday, Oct 17
4:00 to 5:00 PM
Horace Mann Middle School Gym, 224 Oak Street, Franklin