Mon, Mar 23 | Cape Royal Golf Club - Patio Room

Crime Prevention Seminar

Join us as Michelle Sargis, with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office discusses the topics of Identify Theft on a personal level and Becoming a Watchful Community.
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Crime Prevention Seminar

Time & Location

Mar 23, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Cape Royal Golf Club - Patio Room, 11460 Royal Tee Cir, Cape Coral, FL 33991, USA

About The Event

Michelle Sargis, with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office will be our guest speaker and focus on the topics of Identify Theft on a personal level and Becoming a Watchful Community. Both are important topics to our residents since our front gates are open to the public all day, every day for golf course and restaurant access. 

This free seminar is sponsored by your HOA and is free and open to all residents in the community.  Michelle will be discussing the following:

Identify Theft on a personal level for the homeowner

  • How it happens
  • What the Thieves do with your information
  • How to identify it
  • How to protect yourself
  • What to do if you think you are a victim  

Becoming a more Watchful Community in this age of trespassers (vendors and folks fishing in our lakes) and active shooters which seem to pop up anywhere. 

  • Being aware of your surroundings
  • Determining what is suspicious
  • When to call law enforcement
  • Gates/Safety/Security

Instructor Michelle is the Crime Prevention Specialist for North District. This includes North Ft. Myers, Northern Cape Coral, Pine Island, Bokeelia, Alva and Boca Grande. She has been with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for 20 years and began her career as a certified law enforcement officer on road patrol in West District. 

Michelle joined the Crime Prevention unit in January of 2007, and soon after, received state certification in both Crime Prevention and CPTED planning (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). Her primary responsibility as a Crime Prevention Specialist is educating citizens on how to help keep them from being victims of crimes; such as burglaries, frauds, scams, and identity theft. She also conducts neighborhood watch and residential security programs & serves on the board of directors of SWFL Crime Stoppers.

Please Register to Reserve Your Spot. Guests are welcome.  

Note: This workshop will start promptly at 5:30 pm. Food will not be served on the Patio during the event, however, the Caloosa Club restaurant will be open.

Registration is Closed

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