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Sexual Assault Advocacy Training
Piedmont Rape Crisis Center, Inc, which serves, advocates and supports adult victims and survivors of all forms of sexual violence, will be holding a 6 week advocacy training. The objective of this training is to train advocates to respond to adult victims and survivors via the PRCC 24/7 Crisis Hotline, forensic medical accompaniments, legal advocacy and personal advocacy. Trainings will begin January 8, 2013(Tuesday & Thursday nights) with the last training held on February 22. Training will begin at 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Registration prior to start of training is mandatory to attend. If you have a heart for those impacted by the crime of sexual violence, we need you!
More About Winder Police Department
The Winder Police Department received its State of Georgia Law Enforcement Certification in 2002 in compliance with standards of professionalism and ethics in law enforcement; it's headed by Chief of Police Dennis Dorsey. The department offers patrols of neighborhoods and businesses, crime prevention programs, resource officers for schools, and DUI and accident reduction patrols.
In 2009, Winder officers patrolled more than 420,000 miles and responded to more than 16,400 calls, completing more than 5,000 written reports, investigating more than 549 motor vehicle accidents and conducting more than 8,400 traffic stops. The department's investigations divisions conducted more than 5,000 investigations, including drug operations that resulted in more than 497 arrest warrants for 265 individual illegal drug charges.