Auburn Police Department to Hold First ‘Lunch and Learn’

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AUBURN —

Auburn Police Department (APD) announced this week that it will host its first Lunch and Learn seminar for daycare and after-school programs.

Lunch and Learn will be held at 141 N. Ross St. on Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This seminar, shared over a meal, will offer an opportunity for open discussion and professional guidance for daycare and after-school program representatives on the topic of protection in the event of active threats.

The Lunch and Learn seminar will be conducted by Auburn police officers who are certified instructors in Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE). The training material will discuss civilian response options, considerations for conducting drills, how to assist law enforcement and more for emergency situations specifically tailored to daycare and after-school programs.

Prior registration is required and free to the public. Please call 334-501-3113 or email shancock@auburnalabama.org for more information if you are interested in attending.

Registrants should plan to bring their meal of choice; refreshments will be provided by Auburn Police Department. For additional details about CRASE or other upcoming training sessions, please visit auburnalabama.org/police/Community-Training

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