Police Lieutenant, Doug Mozan, presented on September 29th about the upcoming Prevention Convention on October 1 at Sheldon High School in Eugene. He spoke about the growth of the event, its importance to the community, and then opened up for questions. Noone had any questions about the convention...but plenty of members used the opportunity to harass...er...ask Doug about other policing matters. See the video attached to this blog for a few laughs and learn something you might not know about policing in Eugene.
The Prevention Convention is being held from 1-5pm at Sheldon High School (October 1)
This is EPD's largest community outreach event. It is free, fun, and educational. The Eugene Police will provide crime prevention and safety information for people of all ages. There are five main parts:
KidZone (kids can "earn" a free tee shirt and other goodies)
Spanish Classes (safety classes in cooperation with Centro Latino Americano)
Adult Classes (workshop styles...adults can attend while kids are in the KidZone)
Teen Xtreme (Crime Labs, earn extra credit)
Information and Vendor Booths (answer your crime prevention questions)
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