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ABQ police training officers speaking to writers about safety tips for women

Officer Judy Bazan, who teaches the Basic Training classes at the Albuquerque Police Academy, will be the guest speaker for the Croak-and-Dagger chapter of Sisters in Crime, meeting Tuesday, April 24, at 7 p.m. at the James Joseph Dwyer Memorial Police Substation, 12700 Montgomery Blvd. NE, at the corner of Montgomery and Landau.

Office Bazan will discuss Safety Tips for Women, drawing on her own 15.5 years as a female police officer in Albuquerque.

Officer Bazan's experience includes seven years working on the streets, followed by two years in sex crimes and three years in homicide.

Officer Bazan has been teaching basic training to cadets in the Albuquerque Police Academy for the last 3.5 years. Her husband is a reserve officer with the Albuquerque Police Department.

Croak and Dagger is the Albuquerque chapter of Sisters in Crime (SinC) is an international organization founded in 1986 to promote the professional development and advancement of women writing crime fiction.

Local writers may join Croak and Dagger without being required to join the national organization. Guests are welcome at all meetings of the Albuquerque chapter.

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