Council on Aging Virtual Programs
Personal Safety for Seniors
with Aubrey Maples from the Knoxville Police Department
June 10, 2021 at 2:30 P.M.
Crime is a frightening problem for everyone but as we age, we may feel more uncertain and concerned about our personal safety. As we start to get out and about again, you may be worried about burglary, fraud, muggings or purse snatchings. As an older adult, you don’t have to feel helpless. Join us as a member of the Knoxville Police Department’s Safety Education Unit gives us practical tips on how to stay aware and safe as we get back to our new normal.
The Safety Education Unit of the Knoxville Police Department is dedicated to fostering a police-community partnership by taking a leadership role in the development, management and delivery of innovative, progressive, and effective crime prevention programs.
Meeting number: 132 069 5576
Join by phone: 1-844-621-3956 United States Toll Free
Access code: 132 069 5576
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