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: http://spsupolice.wufoo.com/forms/spsu-civilian-safety-awareness-program/
A flyer with more information on the program is available here.