DBPD to host “Residents Against Crime” Course


The Delray Beach Police Department (DBPD) wants to “arm” the public with knowledge. Beginning in November, DBPD will host a six-class course on crime awareness. The “Residents Against Crime” course is free and open to residents and non-residents. Classes will be held on the second Wednesday of each month from 7-8 p.m. at the Seacrest Training Center, 2350 Seacrest Boulevard, in Delray Beach. Instructors specializing in crime prevention will cover an array of topics, including theft, fraud, scams and personal safety. The first class, scheduled for Nov. 11, will focus on protecting yourself and your belongings during the holiday season. Learn how to avoid becoming a victim of crime. To register for the “Residents Against Crime” course, send an email with your name, phone number and city of residence to Stacy Tarantino, administrative assistant-Training, at tarantinos@mydelraybeach.com. An email will be sent confirming your registration. Classes are limited to 35 participants. For more information, call 561-243-7190.