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St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office holds ‘Refuse To Be A Victim’ Lecture

The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Community Relations Division presented a “Refuse To Be A Victim” lecture for the St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 21 in the Sheriff’s Office Training Center in Chalmette. At the presentation are, from left: Chaplain Aaron Johnson, Jessica Reab, St. Bernard Chamber Executive Director Elizabeth Dauterive, Community Relations Director Lt. Eric Eilers, Trace Duplantier, and Jessica Daigle.

Photos Courtesy of S.B.S.O.

From St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office

The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Community Relations Division presented a “Refuse To Be A Victim” lecture for the St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 21 in the Sheriff’s Office Training Center in Chalmette.

St. Bernard Parish residents looking for free expert advice on crime prevention measures for their home or business can request a presentation. The two-hour classes are presented by Lt. Eric Eiliers, director of community relations, and Chaplain Aaron Johnson.

To request a presentation, contact Lt. Eilers at (504) 278-7628 or eeilers@sbso.org.

“Refuse To Be A Victim,” a nationally recognized program founded in 1993, provides sound advice on how residents can limit their chances of becoming a victim of crime.

Lt. Eric Eilers shows attendees of the “Refuse To Be A Victim” lecture what type of lighting is best for home security purposes.

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