BE SAFE reached communities across the country in 2017
Bridge the divide. Build mutual understanding. Check out our recent events that shows how BE SAFE brings police and the special needs community together to learn from one another.
Plans are in the works for California, Nebraska, Texas, Massachusetts and more.
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Selected Highlights of 2017
November 10 Community Safety Solutions, Omaha NE, Autism Action Partnership.
We showcased Experience Autism and BE SAFE the Movie, and will return to Omaha in 2018 to do those trainings!
November 4 BE SAFE Interactive Movie Screening, Phoenix AZ.
Local officers enjoyed getting to know local youth and helped them learn to BE SAFE. Sponsored by the Autism Society of Greater Phoenix and hosted by SARRC (Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center)
November 3, BE SAFE Certificate Course, Phoenix AZ.
Fifty educators, organization leaders, and police officers learn to use BE SAFE Teaching Edition to meet the needs of diverse learners. Sponsored by the Autism Society of Greater Phoenix and hosted by SARRC.
September 21, BE SAFE Interactive Movie Screening, Santa Rosa CA.
Thanks to the outstanding leadership of Lt. Dave House, officers from every department in Sonoma County enjoyed getting to know local youth at this lively safety event.
September 20, BE SAFE Certificate Course, Santa Rosa CA.
Educators, organization leaders and police officers are now empowered and prepared to use BE SAFE with diverse learners! Thanks to our host, Becoming Independent.
April 29th – El Sereno Public Library, Los Angeles, CA
Everyone loved Alhambra PD Officer Sally Dominguez who attended our safety event sponsored by Eastern LA Regional Center.
January 19 – Council for Exceptional Children, Saint Petersburg, FL
Division of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Lots of interest and enthusiasm at our BE SAFE conference presentation