The following is a news release from LVMPD:
Crimes like domestic violence, road rage, assault, and murder often share an underlying contributing factor: anger.
In an attempt to take a different approach to crime prevention, Metro is offering the public a unique educational experience at its April 6th First Tuesday program. As part of the evening’s program, audience members will hear a presentation on anger management from mediators from the Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center. The lecture will include tips on how to control negative emotions and prevent inappropriate and dangerous behavior.
Metro’s First Tuesday program is an open house style event that takes place at each area command on the first Tuesday of every month. The program begins at 7 p.m.
Each area command presents a lecture on a pre-selected topic, as well as information pertaining to the local neighborhood.
This is a great chance for the public to come out and meet the men and women who police their neighborhood.
For area command locations go to http://www.lvmpd.com/.