Crime Stoppers of Houston Continues Free Safety Webinars into the Summer of 202
Crime Stoppers of Houston will continue to offer its free virtual safety presentations into the summer of 2021 and invites the community to join. Download the full calendar here.
All webinars are free to attend and will cover an array of critical safety topics in the following key areas:
– S.A.V.E Webinar Series in partnership with the Texas Education Agency (TEA): This webinar series serves as a platform to inform, educate and provide resources for teachers, school administrators, school-based law enforcement, school-related safety personnel, as well as all Crime Stoppers organizations across the State on the many topics that concern the safety of our schools and community.
These Safe Community presentations are made possible by Spindletop Charities, Inc. as well as our Safe Community Program sponsors including the Texas Office of the Governor, The Hamill Foundation, Harris County Commissioners Court – Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, The Longenbaugh Fund, Houston PetSet, and Lawrence and Linda Levy.
Each webinar will be held via Zoom and will be posted afterward on the Crime Stoppers of Houston website. Anyone interested in participating must pre-register through the following steps:
Select what presentation(s) you would like to attend. You can attend as many as you want. There is no limit on how many you can attend. Remember, they are all free of charge.
Once you are ready to sign up, click on the link in the presentation description. This link will bring you to a ZOOM registration page. Once you fill out the form, you will receive a confirmation email with the presentation link and passcode. If you do not see an email come through, make sure to check your junk mail!
You will receive an email confirmation with viewing instructions.
Final step – enjoy the presentation(s)!
The team at Crime Stoppers of Houston remains committed to keeping you and yours safe. For more information about Crime Stoppers of Houston and other crime prevention resources, visit www.crime-stoppers.org.