If I Seemed a Bit Repetative, I Assure You it was by Design.

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First off CNA would like to thank all of those who attended our first workshop in our Winter Community Engagement Series  about Observation Skills and Identifying Suspicious Activity.  Kudos to Janice C. for her flawless acting skills, and Board President Sandy S. for being such a great unknowing victim.  Congratulations to Allison P. for winning the Crime Prevention Bingo Grand Prize! Her very own Solar Powered Motion Detection light!

Some Schools of Thought believe that educating through repetition is key to comprehension.  Well that is the method that I went with for this first workshop experience.  Although the tables were setup like those in school, it wasn’t nearly as boring. Take a look for yourself.

Observation Skills & Suspicious Activity Presentation

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