The Pasadena Police Department Begins Its 2018 Kids' Safety Academy In April

Published : Monday, March 26, 2018 | 5:50 AM

The Pasadena Police Department Begins Its 2018 Kids' Safety Academy In April

The Pasadena Police Department, in partnership with the Pasadena Fire Department, is scheduling its next Kids’ Safety Academy starting in April. The five-week program engages children, from ages 6 and 12, and their parents in all things regarding safety awareness.

The program starts on April 21 and ends on May 19. Academy classes are held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pasadena Police Department and other locations specific to the activity for the session.

The sessions cover a wide variety of subjects about safety and include the Role of the Police and the Community, Stranger Danger and Suggested Responses, Fire Safety and Disaster Preparedness, Bicycle Laws and Safe Practices, Healthy Diet and Nutritional Education, When and How to Call 911, CPR and First Aid and Internet Safety.

Other sessions may also be scheduled for Environmental Stewardship and Recycling and Water Skills and Safety.

Aside from Pasadena’s police officers and firefighters, personnel from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Pasadena Public Health Department, the Eaton Canyon Nature Center, the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center, and Pasadena Recycling will teach sessions during the program.

Space is limited to 30 kids. Scheduling and reservation information can be obtained by calling (626) 744-4551 or sending an email to


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