Upcoming Classes

Classes Offered

Active Shooter Class

Redmond Police Officers will be teaching the ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) model to help survive an active shooter event.

The ALICE program is designed to give a person or group of people who may find themselves in a violent, life-threatening situation some mental and physical tools that could play a vital role in their survival. The program is designed so that anybody can employ the strategies: young, old, male, female – it does not matter. One does not have to be police or military-trained in order to survive a violent encounter. They do need to have a frame of reference from which to draw when making life saving decisions under extreme pressure, much like preparing for a fire, tornado or earthquake.

Remember, there are no guarantees in an active shooter/violent intruder situation, but just as in most other emergency situations the more you prepare, the better your chances of survival. If you cannot attend in person, slides can be found here

Stay tuned for next class date

Fraud Prevention Class

Identity theft is a growing concern today with approximately 7% of US residents age 16 and older falling victim to this crime trend. Our Fraud Prevention class offers citizens suggestions and tips to prevent identity theft and fraud. 

You will learn about the most common scams and the warning signs of these scams. You will also learn about the most common types of fraud and how to protect yourself as prevention is the key. Sometimes these situations are beyond your control so we will teach you what to do if you become a victim.

Upcoming Class:

Wednesday Dec. 12, 2018
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Redmond Police Department Training Room (Entrance is in the lobby)
8701 160th Ave NE, Redmond

Property Crime 101

Property Crime 101 is a brand new class taught by one of our Pro-Act Officers and our Crime Prevention Officer. Since property crime is the most common type of crime in Redmond, we look forward to educating our citizens about it.

The class will teach you some of the best ways to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of property crime. They will also go over what to if you find yourself as a victim and how you can best help investigators with the case. You will be taken through how Redmond Police handle property crime; from the initial call though the investigation/trial. We will cover a range of the most common property crimes including car prowls, auto theft, burglary and more.

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Women's Personal Safety Class
The Women's Personal Safety Class is geared towards women aged 14 or older. The class helps women learn how to avoid becoming a victim of crime. We provide safety tips for work, home, outdoor activities, vehicle, social outings and what to do in case of car trouble.

This class also covers the pros and cons of different weapons for personal safety and how to legally and safely carry these. Please note that this is not a self defense course. 

Stay Tuned for Next Class

Paws on Patrol Class

Paws on Patrol is a crime awareness program that encourages dog walkers throughout the area to assist as "extra eyes and ears" in the ongoing crime prevention efforts of the Redmond Police Department.

Come learn about this program and receive your dog's official "Paws on Patrol" bandana. For this first meeting, we ask that you leave your four-legged furry friend at home.

Stay tuned for the next class date.

Please visit the Paws on Patrol Page for more information.

For questions regarding any of our classes, please email crimeprevention@redmond.gov


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