Violently Injured Police Officers
APRIL 27, 2015 5-9PM
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Auditorium
41 Mall Road Burlington, MA 01805
POC: MICHAEL PETTERSON 617-839-2978 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Lieutenant Glen Mills, Burlington Police Dept./ email@example.com
US ICE ERO BOSTON FIELD OFFICE, BURLINGTON POLICE & LAHEY CLINIC
This is free for law enforcement officers, but seating is limited, please register using the online form.
Law Enforcement Only - Please remember to bring your police identification to the event.
First-hand deadly force encounters given by the Law Enforcement Officers that survived them
Topics: Survival Mindset, the actual experiences, the recovery issues
Questions and Answers 8-9PM
PRESENTATIONS WILL BE GIVEN BY:
Detective Mario Oliveira (ret)
Somerville Police/ATF Task Force officer. In November 2010, Somerville Police Officer Mario Oliveira was shot multiple times as he served an arrest warrant on Gibbens Street at about 6:40 p.m. with agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives.
Officer Robert Denapoli (ret)
Woburn Police Department, A veteran Woburn police officer who was shot multiple times responding to a jewelry store robbery in 2011
Officer Stephen Rice (ret)
Shrewsbury Police Department, was shot once with I year in the job; shot responding to a burglar alarm by a homeowner who thought he was an intruder.
RAD Womens Self Defense Class Burlington MA
May 5 - June 2, 2015. This is a five night class being held Tuesday nights from 6to 9 p.m.
There is no charge for this program but seating is limited.
Sign up form for the RAD Womens Self-Defense Class. Please complete the entire form.
The first 3 nights will be at the Burlington Police Department at 45 Center Street in Burlington and the last 2 nights will be at the Kelley-Murray Wing of the Burlington Council on Aging (COA) at 61 Center Street in Burlington.
All classes are Tuesday night. Hours are 6 to 9 p.m.
Dates are May 5th, 12th, and 19th at BPD, May 26 and June 2nd at the COA.
Please wear comfortable athletic clothing and please leave weapons and jewelry at home.
For more on RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) see www.rad-systems.com
BPD radKIDS Week
The Burlington Police Department will once again be offering the radKIDS program this summer to Burlington children ages 8-12. The kids will be in a fun and very active program that stresses safety awareness through role-play, self-defense and other activities.
The Burlington Police will incorporate risk awareness skills (strangers, public safety, etc.) with radKIDS, a program that offers defense against abduction. The radKIDS portion of the class is a 15 hours class to be integrated with safety awareness teachings.
Classes will be free for all attending residents. Donations to Burlington DARE are appreciated. As per the radKIDS organization, each child thereafter will be able to re-attend the class on an unlimited bases for free.
The course will be held at the Memorial Elementary School gymnasium Mon.-Fri. (9am-12noon) July 20-24, July 27-31 and August 3-7. All 5 classes must be attended. Full time Burlington Police officers will teach the class.
Registration forms will be made available at the Burlington Police Web Site: www.BPD.org and may be dropped off at the Police Station. Limited space available! For questions, call Officers Keith Sheppard or Steve Cross at (781) 505-4919 or 781-505-4965.
Download radKIDS Application Forms:
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