Personal Safety Presentation for Teenage Girls

Personal Safety Presentation for Teenage Girls


Personal Safety Presentation for Teenage Girls

An empowering and informative Teen Girls’ Personal Safety Presentation will be presented virtually, Monday, April 1, from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Offered by Fairfax County police, this program will equip teenage girls with the knowledge they need to feel confident in any situation. 

The instructor will cover a wide range of crucial topics, including Crime Prevention, Situational Awareness, Observing Your Surroundings, Reducing the Risk of an Attack, Developing a Plan of Action, and Knowing When to Use Force. It’s a valuable opportunity for teens to learn practical strategies that’ll help them navigate the world with greater peace of mind.
The presentation is for girls 13-17, and they must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. (Parents may log in from a different location than your teen). To attend, people must register in advance at

Faith-Based Meeting about Preventing Scams

The Sully Police District’s quarterly Faith-Based Meeting will be held Tuesday, April 2, from 9-10:30 a.m., at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 6600 Old Centreville Road in Centreville. Melissa Smarr will discuss scams, plus how to recognize them and avoid becoming a victim. There’ll also be updates from the Sully District Police Station, plus information about upcoming events. Light refreshments will be served. Those wanting to attend are asked to RSVP at