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Effective 08/09/2022:

Our precinct lobbies are open as staffing allows. Please call ahead to ensure availability. You can find your precinct's contact information here.

Personal Safety Training

Upcoming Classes Open to the Everyone

Future Dates (registration links coming soon)

  • Friday March 10th 4pm in-person at the Ravenna Community Center- for teens
  • Saturday April 15th 10am- noon
  • Wednesday May 10th 6pm- 8pm
  • Saturday June 10th 1pm- 3pm
  • Monday July 17th 11am- 1pm
  • Saturday August 5th noon- 2pm

NOTICE: You may need to sign-up for an account with the Seattle Parks Department, if you don't already have one.

Note: Our team offers Personal Safety Training for a variety of audiences. We can adapt our class to fit your needs. Please reach out to your CPC directly to schedule a class for your business, community group, neighborhood or school.

About the Class

Learn proactive tips and steps you can take to enhance your personal safety taught by Seattle police officers and employees. 

Our class goals:

  • Know the important role your instincts and gut reactions play
  • Discover potentially dangerous situations and how to avoid them
  • Learn how to make a safety plan
  • Decrease the odds of becoming a victim

Notes:

  • This is a facilitated discussion and lecture about crime prevention and safety.
  • This is not a self-defense class.
  • This class is open to individuals of all ages and most appropriate for those who are at least 14 years of age or older.  For that reason, children should not attend. 

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Adrian Diaz, Chief of Police
Address: 610 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98104-1900
Mailing Address: PO Box 34986, Seattle, WA, 98124-4986
Phone: (206) 625-5011
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The Seattle Police Department (SPD) prevents crime, enforces laws, and supports quality public safety by delivering respectful, professional, and dependable police services. SPD operates within a framework that divides the city into five geographical areas called "precincts".