Shoreline Police and the Personal Safety Awareness and Response (PSAR) program

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Shoreline Police conducted their first
 defense class for citizens
Photo courtesy Shoreline Police
From Shoreline Police

At a national level we are seeing more and more active shooter incidents that concern every citizen. 

While we do not have control of what motivates people to do such horrific acts, we do need to be aware of our safety and surroundings.

We are reaching out to the community through the Personal Safety Awareness and Response (PSAR) - a Shoreline Police program designed to create awareness and give you some tools to get you in the mindset of personal safety, active shooter events and basic personal defense tactics.

Thanks to Sgt. Park, Deputy Bates and Community Officer Corona for the implementation of this program in the city.

Stay tuned for the next session open to Shoreline residents this Spring!


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