OCTOBER 28, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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OCTOBER 28, 2014 ​The enthusiastic SW SELPA audience welcomed timely safety information at this BE SAFE Interactive Screening Juan de Anza Elementary School Auditorium. They appreciated the opportunity to meet, talk to and practice safety skills with local law enforcement officers. Thank you to the Deputies from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Century Station who came to meet and interact with SW …

October 15, BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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October 15, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening, Champaign-Urbana IL A very enthusiastic audience attended this event sponsored by The Autism Program – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign & The Rural Champaign County Special Education Cooperative. Mayor Don Gerard stopped by to greet us. Thanks to all the law enforcement professionals who helped youth and adults learn important safety skills: Detective Dave …

September 10, BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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We had a full house at the Interactive Screening hosted by Family Focus Resource Center at the Chimbole Cultural Center in Palmdale CA. An enthusiastic audience of all ages engaged with members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Palmdale Station: Captain Don Ford, and Deputies Jodi Wolfe, Omar Chavez, Don Knight and Bob Foster.  

August 20, BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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Thank you Autism Unites for hosting our BE SAFE Interactive Screening in Culver City (as featured on NPR’s All Things Considered Broadcast). Many thanks to Chief Scott Bixby, Captain Ron IIzuka, Captain Allen Azran, Lt. Jason Sims and Officer Toby Raya for taking the time to get to know all the members of the audience. Many thanks to the Autism …

August 11, BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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Officer Carroll and Officer Shackleton of the Anchorage Police Department did a great job interacting with the audience at our Alaska Interactive Screening at the BP Energy Center. We use orange rubber guns when we reenact the arrest scene from Be Safe the movie so everyone knows we are just practicing and the guns aren’t real. 

June 26, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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BE SAFE Interactive Screening in Spanish hosted by South Central LA Regional Center and the Autism Society of Los Angeles at Bell Community Center The fourth BE SAFE event funded by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) was the first Interactive Screening to be held entirely in Spanish. Officer Javier Orijel of the Los Angeles Police Department gave individual attention to …

June 25, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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BE SAFE Interactive Screening hosted by South Central Los Angeles Regional Center and the Autism Society of Los Angeles. The third of 4 BE SAFE events funded by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) included a large, enthusiastic audience who enjoyed interacting with 5 Los Angeles Police Department Officers. Tools of the Police was one of the most popular activities, in …

May 9, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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BE SAFE Interactive Screening hosted by Hidden Wings, Los Olivos California Donna Brown, wife of Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown, was a guest of honor at the event in beautiful Los Olivos. Six Santa Barbara Deputies gave lots of individual attention to those in attendance. A highlight was the chance to hear what an unloaded taser sounds like! The goal …

April 9, 2014 BE SAFE Interactive Screening

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Interactive Screening at the Future is Now Support Group, Hawthorne, hosted by Mychal’s Place and the Autism Society of Los Angeles. The second of 4 BE SAFE events funded by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) included two Hawthorne Police Department Officers who spent quality time with the young adults with disabilities and their parents/caregivers. Asking for Help was a popular …