Decatur Police hosting self-protection workshop
There’ll be a free workshop on self-protection Wednesday, Jan. 8, hosted by the Decatur, Ga., Police Department.
According to an announcement from Decatur Police, the presenter will be Steven Mosley, an employee with the Department of Homeland Security and director of training with the Combat Hard Training Center in Jonesboro, GA.
The announcement says that Mosley will talk about:
– Behavioral Profiling – Situational Awareness – Personal Security vs. Self-Defense
– Mindset – Conditions of Readiness – Warning & Danger Signs of an Attack
– Simple & Effective Self-Defense Techniques – Improvised weapons
The seminar will last from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will be held at the Decatur Recreation Center, located at 231 Sycamore Street, Decatur, GA 30030, the announcement says. Teens age 13-17 may attend as long as they’re with a parent or a guardian.
“The Self-Protection Workshop is a lecture presentation and NOT a physical self-defense class,” the announcement says. “Informational flyers on self-defense classes through the Combat Hard Training Center will be available after the workshop.”
To RSVP for the seminar, click here or contact Sgt. Jennifer Ross at 678/553-6613.