Upcoming Events

Women's Self-Defense Class

The Port Orange Police Department will be offering a self defense class for WOMEN ONLY on the dates below from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Port Orange Police Department.

This class is streamlined to educate females on how to protect themselves from crimes. This will be a two-hour class taught by Port Orange Police Certified Instructors. Attendees will learn about tactics, information, and considerations which may be helpful for various types of encounters perpetrated against women. This will be a minimally active physical class.

The cost of the class will be $5.00 to cover the cost of pamphlet duplication. This class is limited to 25 participants. Registration must be completed in advance at the Port Orange Police Department on a first come-first serve basis.

Click here to download and print the registration form. You must bring this form and your $5.00 registration fee to the Police Department in advance of the class.

Participants must wear gym attire and tennis shoes.

For additional questions, please contact Crime Prevention Officer Evan Doyle at 386-506-5822 or e-mail at edoyle@port-orange.org

2015 Class Schedule

  • Tuesday, July 14
  • Tuesday, October 20
  • Tuesday, November 17
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