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Posted on: February 7, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Lancaster County Crime Prevention Summit Set for May 15 at IU13 Building


This information was included in the February 2020 newsletter distributed by the Lancaster County Crime Prevention Task Force. View the newsletter and SUBSCRIBE here:

The fourth annual Lancaster County Crime Prevention Summit is scheduled for May 15 at the IU13 building on New Holland Avenue.

The summit, presented by the Lancaster County Crime Prevention Task Force, is a full day of workshops on current trends in our communities, and how residents can protect themselves and families.

The event is free to those who register.

Registration details will be announced shortly, along with other specifics, including announcement of keynote speaker.

Take a look at what was covered at last year’s Summit:

The February newsletter also included information on human trafficking and CrimeWatch, a free digital information-sharing platform where residents can stay informed and interact with police.

For more information on the Crime Prevention Task Force, visit:

MEDIA CONTACT: Brett A. Hambright, 717-295-2041;; Twitter: @BrettHambright

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