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'Fight to Flight' Crime Prevention Program in Alpharetta

Free self-defense course geared to women, but open to all, is scheduled to take place next week.

Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center's "Fight to Flight" crime prevention program takes place Feb. 18. Courtesy  Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center
Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center's "Fight to Flight" crime prevention program takes place Feb. 18. Courtesy Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center
From Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center:

If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure then you'll surely want to attend the Alpharetta Center's upcoming "Fight to Flight" crime prevention program next Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in room #223.

Geared to women but open to all, this hour-long self-defense course is one of Georgia State University's Police Department's personal safety training programs. The GSUPD will provide personal safety tips and demonstrate techniques to prevent and escape from an attack. Participants will learn to use passive and combative resistance to stop or flee from an attacker, as well as what steps to take in a post-attack situation.

This program is free of charge and open to all Georgia State University and Georgia Perimeter College students, faculty and staff. No registration is required; walk-ins are welcome.

Space is limited so we encourage those interested to arrive early.

Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

For more information, please give us a call at 404.413.2200 or email us at gsualpharetta@gsu.edu. — at Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center.

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