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Autism Safety Concerns & Safe Interaction with Law Enforcement 11-30-18

Friday, November 30, 2018 at 7pm
Simi Valley Senior Center Multi-Purpose room

3900 Avenida Simi, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Autism Safety Concerns and Safe interaction with Law enforcement
Hosted by California Condors Special Needs Hockey Team


Safety is a big concern for all. In a crisis or emergency, it is hard to
calmly react. Learn from Jason Compton, an experienced LAPD
officer and father of a special need’s child and Rodolfo Estrada,
Esq.Director, Community Engagement and Policy, Learning Rights
Law Center. This is a seminar that all parents can benefit and learn
Topics will include:
 How to communicate with Law Enforcement to improve
outcomes during an emergency
 How you can help Law Enforcement with information, so they
can better serve you
 Important Life-Saving Tips
 Importance of Self-Disclosure
 The video: Be Safe: How to interact Safely with the Police
will be shown
Donation is $5.00 at the door

Light refreshment
For more information please contact Christine Gayles @ or at 805.210. 2237

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