Lehigh Valley campus to offer S.A.F.E Training for students, faculty and staff

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Penn State Lehigh Valley will offer the S.A.F.E. Training Program (Self-Defense Awareness and Familiarization Exchange) to female students, faculty and staff from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 18 in Room 135 at the campus in Center Valley. This free program is sponsored by Student Affairs and will be presented by the campus' Safety and Security team. The sign-up sheet for the training is located in the Fitness Center.

S.A.F.E is an educational awareness, crime-victim prevention program – encompassing strategies, techniques, options and prevention – that provides information that may reduce the risk of exposure to violence and introduces the physical aspects of self-defense. The program was created in 2000 by the National Self-Defense Institute Inc. (NSDI), a Florida-based nonprofit corporation that has created and manages public safety awareness programs.

Contacts: 

Allison Goodin

Work Phone: 
610-285-5067
Cell Phone: 
610-428-8207
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Assistant Director of University Relations, Penn State Lehigh Valley

Last Updated September 02, 2014