Monday, January 23, 2017
Sheriff's Office to Host Personal Safety Class

Due to the recent tragic events in Kershaw and Chesterfield Counties, the Sheriff’s Office has identified a need to help educate the public regarding steps they can take to increase their awareness level and their personal safety. The classes will include information regarding personal safety tips, safety plans, firearms safety, and self defense laws and techniques. It will be a lecture style class taught by Sheriff’s Office Instructors and Crime Prevention Specialists. The classes will be held free of charge and are open to anyone. Class size is limited to the number of seats available at the specific venue. No pre-registration is required.

January 25th 6:30pm-8:00pm- USCL Carol Ray Dowling Center
January 30th 6:30pm-8:00pm- Buford High School Auditorium
January 31st 6:30pm-8:00pm-   Indian Land High School Gym
February 1st 6:30pm-8:00pm-   Andrew Jackson High School Auditorium
  “We are very excited to bring this to the public. Part of our mission as a law enforcement agency is to educate people so that we might be able to avoid an incident or survive it if it occurs. The recent attack has brought people’s interest to the forefront and we want to be able to provide the citizens with some useful information. I highly recommend that citizens come to one of these classes.   The classes are available to anyone however women are encouraged to attend as they targeted more often by the criminal element. We have some great instructors that can provide some really good information and I hope will fill the room every night.”  - Sheriff Faile.
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