Seeking to empower residents in neighborhood safety, the Lauderhill police department, in association with the Jamaica Ex-Police Association of South Florida, will be hosting a Community Safety and Assistance Training Forum on Saturday, 11 am, at the Lauderhill Police Department.
Classes include how to handle encounters with the police when getting pulled over for a traffic stop as well as how to handle home injuries. In addition, officers will teach citizens what to do when your home is burglarized as well as how to deal with domestic and dating violence.
Residents will learn more about what do to during burglaries and police stops.
“I felt this seminar was o great way for the public to come out meet our very own officers at the Lauderhill PD. While doing so we can learn some fantastic tips on how to be safe and keep our families and property as safe as possible as well. The Jamaica Ex Police Association is equally committed to making police encounters positive ones and believe education is key to making that happen. I applaud both the Lauderhill PD and the JEPA for organizing this community outreach,” states event supporter Lauderhill Commissioner Howard Berger.