Police to host free safety events

12/5/2002'Personal trainer Nasra Bibi of the Women's Personal Safety Training Group fights off an assailant (posed by model).
12/5/2002'Personal trainer Nasra Bibi of the Women's Personal Safety Training Group fights off an assailant (posed by model).
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POLICE officers are to hold free personal safety courses over three evenings in November and December.

The courses will be held at the Fife police headquarters, Detroit Road, Glenrothes, and will provide an opportunity for the public to pick up some advice and safety tips before the festive season begins.

PC Kerry Anderson, the community safety police officer who is organising the nights, said: “The course, which is free and open to members of the public, will be held over three Wednesday evenings; November 21 and 28 and December 5 between 6pm-9pm.

“All those attending will receive a free personal attack alarm.

“Topics covered will include home security, personal safety, basic self defence, driving safety, internet safety, first aid and domestic abuse.”

The police have asked those who may not want to come on their own, to feel free to invite a friend to come along with them.

Numbers will be limited, so to reserve your place please contact PC Kerry Anderson on 01592 418645 or email kerry.Anderson@fife.pnn.police.uk.