The dangers our kids face today, that is the theme of the Community Empowerment Series.
Session one launches this Saturday, February 2nd at 9:00am with leading expert Stacey Honowitz.
As seen on Headline News (HLN), CNN, Fox New, Good Morning America, Dateline, Larry King Live and many more, Stacey Honowitz is a legal analyst many media outlets turn to for advice on child sex crimes.
Stacey Honowitz has worked over 20 years at the State Attorneys Office dealing with sex crimes and child abuse. State Attorney R.J. Larizza will be introducing Honowitz on Saturday morning.
She is also the author of two children's books on child sexual abuse and talking to your kid about good touch and bad touch as well as telling an adult when you have been violated.
Stacey Honowitz will engage the audience, which school-age children are welcome, in an open conversation on stranger danger, recognizing predators, learning how to report incidents of bad touch and other sensitive subjects that must be addressed in today's society to keep our kids safe.
Kids under 10 years-old are free for session one and tickets are buy one get one free for session one for the intro to CES!
For more details visit www.communityempowermentseries.com.
Community Empowerment Series is being supported by the St. Johns County Sheriff's Department and sponsored by The St. Augustine Record and First Coast News.
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