RPD to host Child Safety class April 30

The Redmond Police Department will be presenting a free Child Safety class on Wednesday, April 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

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The Redmond Police Department will be presenting a free Child Safety class on Wednesday, April 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

It is recommended and appropriate for children ages 6-12 and adults are required to attend this class with their children.

This is a prevention course on how to avoid dangerous situations. It will be held at the Public Safety Training Room.

Some of the topics covered are:

• Who exactly is a stranger?

• Calling for Emergency help

• Who abducts children and how they lure them

• Creating a safety plan

• What to do if someone tries to grab you

• Safety while on the Internet

Class size is limited so please RSVP with your name(s) to the crime prevention unit by e-mail at jbove@redmond.gov or by calling (425) 556-2545.

This class is part of “Safety Wednesdays,” an on-going series of crime prevention programs which take place the final Wednesday of every month.

The next class will be on Wednesday, May 28.

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