This is a 1.5-hour presentation that provides crucial information should you or members of your organization ever find themselves in an Active Shooter or Dangerous intruder situation.
In this 1-hour presentation, the police response to domestic violence is discussed. We offer information on current police procedures when domestic violence is suspected, how probable cause is established from the evidence of the victim's injury, statements from those involved, and evidence gathered at the scene.
This is a 1-or 2-hour presentation that discusses how to identify illegal drugs and recognize potential drug abuse.
This 1-hour presentation is specifically designed for the Penn State University Fraternity and Sorority community, and involves short outlines from the police, borough ordinance personnel, and upon request, the fire department.
Identity theft is when someone illegally obtains a person's identifying information, such as name, address, date of birth, social security number or mother's maiden name. Armed with this information, an impostor can open new credit card accounts, drain your bank accounts, purchase automobiles, apply for loans, open utility services and many other services.
In this 1.5-hour presentation, we will discuss child safety from logical view point, provide you with pertinent statistics, dispel some old myths, and show you how you can enhance your child's safety.
This 1-hour presentation provides information on rape, date rape, date rape with drugs and alcohol, and the various laws regarding sexual assault, and what to do if the unthinkable happens.