Abbotsford Police Department
The AbbyPD is holding a women’s safety seminar for our community. Many people fear the possibility of being robbed or assaulted while outside the safety of their home. There are some basic steps that you can take to help prevent an assault or to respond correctly if something does happen.
Join our AbbyPD Training Officers as we discuss community safety, situational awareness & basic self-defense skills.
This seminar is appropriate for ages 18 yrs and older.
Register at: https://bit.ly/2OPcbjD
Discovered Abbotsford Special Needs Advisory group:
Check out this event: Bridging the Gap: Transitioning from Youth Services to Adulthood, March 7, 1 - 4pm. at Abbotsford Middle School.
More than 90,000 cases of the highly contagious new coronavirus, which results in the disease known as COVID-19, have been confirmed, and panicked people are stocking up on supplies like hand sanitizer and face masks.
By now, hopefully you know the importance of properly and frequently washing your hands, and have likely been told ad nauseam not to touch your face. But before you get too worried, it's worth noting that there are a bunch of myths associated with the virus as well. If you're still especially concerned about the spread of germs, there is another simple preventative measure you can take: Stop making unnecessary physical contact with others.
Next time you go in to shake an acquaintance's hand, kiss a pal on the cheek, or greet someone with a friendly hug, don't! Instead, try using one of these 14 greetings that don't require any touching. And remember, pandemic or no pandemic, some people simply don't like to be touched, so feel free to say no to a handshake or physical greeting at any point time.
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