Through raising awareness and educating the community, the Prevention Education Department is working toward preventing crime and victimization before it happens.
Prevention and education programs on a variety of topics are available for:
- Allied professionals
- Faith-based institutions
- Other community groups.
All of our programming is geared to the audience’s specific age level and mostly all of them are offered free of charge.
Presentations can also be tailored for a specific group. Programs that are not included but have been presented in the past include:
- Human Trafficking
- Child Abuse and Discipline
- Creating Safe Spaces
- Bullying in the Workplace
- Elder Sexual Assault
- Victims Rights
- Foster Parent Training
- General Victimization
If you are looking for a topic not listed or wish to discuss how we can fit your needs, please contact us by phone at (814) 455-9414 and ask to speak with the Prevention Ed Department and we will schedule at your convenience.
Click here to download a printable version of our Educational Programs List. For detailed information about each program, click the intended audience below.
More Information for Parents:
www.commonsensemedia.org – Helpful info for Parents on technology use; Websites, App’s, TV, Games, and Books.
www.loveisrespect.org – Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365 on teen dating relationships.