Sunday, July 10, 2011

PGS Features Progam on Crime Prevention

This topic is not directly aimed at genealogy, but it is aimed at a topic that concerns us all--crime prevention (especially when it involves us personally). Here is what the presenting group, Crime Prevention Consultants, has to say about their program:

"We are Crime Prevention Practitioners trained by the Attorney Generals Office offering complimentary Crime Prevention seminars to organizations, residents and businesses across the state of Florida. Our seminars cover timely information on recent rise in crime due to the economy. Seminars are approximately 30 minutes and covers criminal threats in your community such as burglary, home invasion, purse snatching, assaults, identity theft and other self-defense tips recommended by local Law Enforcement."

Identity theft is a concern to all of us who research the Internet. Join us at the monthly PGS meeting at 11 am on 16 July at the Largo Public Library to hear presenter Brian MacNeel address this and other sensitive topics.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

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