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There's a push in Wauseon
to protect residents from being victims of crime and assault.
The police department is
holding a self defense seminar. The class is free and open to anyone who wants
to learn how to protect themselves.
Participants will learn
physical and verbal techniques to stay safe.
Police Chief Keith Torbet
says criminals look for easy targets, and he wants to make sure his residents
"It's vital," Torbet said.
"If we can prevent it, then we don't have a victim. If you can do a few small
steps to prevent something from happening, then we don't have to deal with the
consequences of the violent act that took place."
The class will be June 6,
from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Wauseon Police Department. The class is free, but
donations will be accepted for the Wauseon Center for Child and Family
Space is limited, so
register early by calling 419-335-3821.