UW-Parkside police offer safety education sessions
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside Police and Public Safety department is augmenting the university's educational efforts with a series of free safety classes. Starting Wednesday, April 4, and continuing through May 2, these hour-long sessions will cover police procedures, protecting your identity, safety on and off campus, and ways to protect personal safety in extreme situations.
The sessions begin April 4 with new UW-Parkside officer Craig Rafferty addressing police procedures. On April 11, Officer Kurt Bergendahl continues his active shooter training sessions. Officer Rafferty returns Wednesday, April 18, with a program on identity theft. Officer Kelly Horvath presents a program on sexual assault April 25. Officer Rafferty closes the series May 2 with a program covering safety and responsibility on and off campus.A brief description of each class is available on the UW-Parkside web site. Each session is held in room 114 of Molinaro Hall and begins at noon.