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New Civilian Safety Awareness Program on campus

New Civilian Safety Awareness Program on campus


Marietta, Ga. (Jan. 18, 2012) Violent crimes occur daily throughout the Metro Atlanta area. In an effort to improve safety on and off campus, the SPSU Police Department is launching a Civilian Safety Awareness Program (CSAP) for all students, faculty and staff. This personal safety program is designed to raise awareness and reduce the participant’s probability of becoming a victim of crime.

The three-hour training course costs $30, which covers the cost of all course materials. The class lasts three hours and includes training on how to legally carry and use personal-defensive pepper spray on the SPSU campus.

The first CSAP classes will be held on Mon., Feb. 13. Anyone interested may sign up to attend either the 3-6 p.m. or the 6-9 p.m. class. The size of each class will be limited to 24 participants.

Register now and increase your personal safety awareness with members of the SPSU Police Department. Just visit:

A flyer with more information on the program is available here.