Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
This course, being hosted by Pine Hill Police Department, is being offered at the Camden County College Regional Emergency Training Center on April 8th - 10th. The basis of the course will be to certify the attending class as practitioners through NASRO, the National Association of School Resource Officers, in school management & design strategies to reduce fear and improve overall safety of our schools.
This course welcomes and encourages school administrators and those working in schools to attend.
Flyer and information are attached (please press "attached").
On Sunday, February 22, 2015, NSTVA will be hosting the What About YOUth Male Initiative Rites of Passage and Black History Month Celebration Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Marches. This is an extremely important program, especially in the State of NJ where the first African American man voted, and because the Selma to Montgomery Marches brought everyone of all cultures, creeds, religions, and political backgrounds together for one common cause. This event will be held at the Student Center's Multipurpose Room from 2pm-5pm. The best part: IT'S FREE. There will be praise dancers, a choir, an award ceremony, and a small Black History gallery. Special guest speakers include Mr. Richard Smith, President of the NJ NAACP, and Rev. Regena Thomas, former NJ Secretary of State.
Please come out and help us celebrate history! All are welcome!