RCSD Offers FREE Robbery Prevention Seminar
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced today a FREE Armed Robbery Prevention Seminar being conducted on Wednesday July 10, 2013 by the Sheriff’s Departments Community Action Team.
Sheriff Leon Lott stated that the crime prevention training and education seminar will be held at the Recreation Commission’s Adult Activity Center located at 7494 Parklane Road from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Sheriff Leon Lott stated that this program is designed to have store owners, managers and employees take great strides in making their businesses safer. The Sheriff added that CAT Deputies will make presentations on crime prevention strategies and will take questions on how the business community can help reduce crime. CAT Deputies will talk specifically about:
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
- How to take safety precautions in and outside your business
- How to improve the security of your business
- How to improve employee safety
- Learn more about the other resources RCSD has to offer
- Learn effective ways to use security systems w/in their businesses
Sheriff Leon Lott invites all citizens to attend this FREE training and awareness opportunity – for more information on how you can make your home, business, church and community safer please contact the Community Action Team at 803-576-3191 or go to www.rcsd.net .
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