LVMPD offering Women's Safety Seminar to the public

LVMPD offering new Women's Safety Seminar to teach women how to avoid and deal with dangerous situations. (Image Courtesy: LVMPD)

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department announced Wednesday, Dec. 5, that it is making available an hour and a half Women’s Safety class to the valley’s employers and community groups.

The training will give women a general understanding of how to stay vigilant in their daily lives and how to recognize and avoid potentially dangerous situations.

Attendees will also learn how to make a safety plan and decrease their chances of becoming a victim.

The program, originally developed by Detective Carrie McNally with the Seattle Police Department, gives these valuable tips for day-to-day safety as well as information on certain situations unique to Las Vegas.

Detective McNally came to Las Vegas to train over 40 women with the valley’s major law enforcement agencies on how to present to class.

Anyone wanting to schedule an instructor for their employees or community group can contact their nearest LVMPD Area Command or the LVMPD VICE section at 702-828-3455.

Groups of at least 25 women are preferred.

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