The City offers presentations on many crime prevention topics. All classes are free to the public and can be arranged by contacting 661/267-5181 or by clicking on the related interest form.
Senior Power - Personal Safety Presentations for Seniors
Topics covered include safety while walking, shopping, driving and at home. Information on con games and fraud is also covered.
Home Security Presentations
This workshop will give you suggestions to improve the physical security of your home.
Home Security Surveys
A crime prevention officer will come to your home and look at your windows, lighting, landscaping, doors and locks from a safety and security standpoint.
Check out the Home Security Handbook
and take the home security test
to see how your home rates.
General Personal Safety Presentations
Do you know how to avoid potentially dangerous situations? This session focuses on teaching you how to be aware of your surroundings and how to avoid those dangerous situations.
Identity Theft: When Bad Things Happen To Your Name
Identity theft continues to be the fastest growing crime in America today. Statistics show that one in three Americans will be a victim of identity theft. Learn how to minimize your risk of becoming a victim.
Scams, Schemes and Cons
This session covers all the other scams out there that con people out of their money. Scams like the sweetheart swindle, ponzi, lottery and Nigerian letter are highlighted.
Do your children know good personal safety skills? Are you comfortable letting your children answer the telephone or front door if they are home alone? This presentation covers these topics and more regarding keeping your children safe.
Safe Moves City
The Safe Moves City teaches children about traffic and pedestrian safety. This miniature city comes complete with sidewalks, signals, buildings and intersections.
Business Security Surveys
A crime prevention officer will come to your business and look at your windows, doors, locks, lighting and landscaping from a safety and security standpoint.
Bicycle rodeos are offered to community organizations and local schools. These rodeos are hosted by the requesting organization and conducted by the public safety office. Participants will be tested on different skills which include mount and dismount, circling and change of direction, balance at slow speed, straight line control, maneuvering and weaving, stopping ability, quick direction changes by sight, and traffic light and stop sign intersection. For bicycle safety tips click here