Recently we carried a story on drugs on this page – The Truth about TIK. Drug Free World SA will present a free seminar 17 and 18 August in Pretoria. It would be so worthwhile to attend and sharpen our knowledge on this serious issue! It is presented the two days from 1 pm to 6 pm, and WILL COST NOTHING …
As per the email below: Drugs are a serious issue in our society and this campaign has been very effective in dealing with the issue where it is used.
Email attached below.
"From: Drug Free World Pretoria [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 24 July 2013 05:21 PM
Thank you for your interest in the Truth about Drugs Seminar. All are welcome to attend. Drugs are a serious issue in our society and this campaign has been very effective in dealing with the issue where it is used.
The seminar and all materials are provided free of any cost or obligation from the Foundation for a Drug Free World, sponsored by the Church of Scientology as a non-denominational, social improvement effort.
Attendees will be taken through the powerful videos and booklets of the Truth About Drugs campaign, as well as lesson plans and other tools used for educating. It will also include techniques for successful drug lectures and other out-reach activities.
Attendees will also be walked through how all the materials can be ordered free online for future use, all sponsored by the Church of Scientology.
The Pretoria seminar is a two-day seminar, Saturday 17 August and Sunday 18 August, from 1pm to 6pm.
It is held at the:
Church of Scientology Pretoria
Address: 722 Stanza Bopape(Church Str), Cnr Pine Str, Pretoria, 0087
Phone: 087 803 0888
Please let us know if you'll be attending so that we can reserve your seat. If you wish to bring anyone else with, no problem, please just let us know names and how many so we can reserve seats.
Please let me know if any other questions or any other way we can assist.
Drug Free World SA
Please check out below recent stories carried on www.ls1.co.za:
“One of the creepiest and scariest experiences ever is the sense that someone is following you. A sixth sense can cause you to become alert about the foot fall, snapping twigs or other sounds that seem to keep occurring behind you, especially when it seems that nobody else is about. To avoid attack, use your common sense, quick wits and a few good tried and true methods as outlined here. The sooner you react in a self-protective manner, the better.
STEPS (in short; more detail on the mentioned website)
Do not panic. It won't be any help. Stay alert and aware.
Do things to draw attention to yourself: Yelling is recommended if other people might be around, scream if nothing else works.
If you're out by yourself a lot, it's a good idea to carry a personal alarm, especially if you're a female, you're elderly, you're frail or you're easily fearful. It might even be a good idea to learn self defense.
If you've been followed before, in the event of a recursion, tell someone about it afterwards and find ways to prevent it from happening again.
Run/jog toward where there could be help if possible (not into a dark area, alone unless you know the terrain perfectly); loudly shout warnings clearly ("Fire!" for example) to make people curious to come out to see; immediately report to the authorities about: who, where, when, what, how…”
“It's unlikely that most of us will be followed by a car, but chances are you've had a sneaking suspicion before that you'd like to put to rest. To regain your peace of mind, security and investigations expert Brandon Gregg offers up a few tricks to both detect if you're being followed and what you can do about it. Here's the gist:
If any of these techniques lead you to believe you're being followed, call the police. Police officers who also posted answers to this question agree that phoning the police is among the first things you should do if you believe you are, indeed, being followed.”
The above was derived from various sources. If something suspicious is noticed (LS1), also report it to the CPF (LS1) JOC at 0861 571 911. Or – get direct; get a radio: It can safe precious time in a crisis situation.
Also see the article below by ADT.
The following was received from ADT.
“On Friday, 28 June a resident in Pretoria East was followed home from the airport. As soon as the client parked in his garage, five armed men blocked the gate with their vehicle and held the man and his family at gunpoint before stealing their luggage.
This was not an isolated incident and occurs across the country. The SAPS have warned that this type of crime has become more prevalant over the past number of years, and ADT would like to urge you to keep a lookout for any suspicious vehicles which might be following you home.
Things to look out for:
The above was received from ADT. If something suspicious is noticed (LS1), also report it to the CPF (LS1) JOC at 0861 571 911. Or – get direct; get a radio: It can safe precious time in a crisis situation.
LS1 CPF (Sponsored by Zwartkop Fight Against Crime) recently launched our First aid kit for families/patrollers or to take along in your vehicle. We are hoping to get some sponsors for this excellent compilation! The kit is currently priced at R375 (orders at email@example.com or 0832899781)
LS1 CPF recently hosted a Self Defense & Situational Awareness event for Ladies. This event was attended by approximately 60 ladies and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. SAPS shared years of experience and instilled a mind shift in personal safety. A follow up will be arranged early in 2019. Our next event is scheduled for […]
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