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The Town of Woodbury Police Department, in conjunction with Town of Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department, will be hosting a women's self defense course, free of charge, which will consist of two dates. The first day of the course will be August 11, 2016 and the second date will be August 18, 2016. The course is limited to the first twenty women to register, ages 14+. The course will be held at the Woodbury Village Hall (Behind Highland Mills Firehouse) located at 455 Route 32 in Highland Mills. When registering, please be able to commit to attending both nights of the course. In order to register for the course, please contact the Parks Department at (845) 928-9588 or email@example.com by August 1, 2016!
The Town of Woodbury Police Department would like to remind residents that there is a prescription drug turn in box located in the police department lobby. Unused prescription drugs can be damaging to the environment and alluring and dangerous to children and young people if not disposed of properly. Any resident can turn in any accumulated, unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs at any time, no questions asked. All of the prescription drugs that are turned in will be disposed of properly and safely.
The Town of Woodbury, in conjunction with Project Child Safe, will be distributing free gun locking devices to Town of Woodbury residents.
Project Child Safe is a program whose purpose is to promote safe firearms handling and storage practices among all firearms owners, through the distribution of safety messages and gun locking devices all over the United States. This program is being funded by a US Department of Justice Grant.
"The goal of this program is to reduce the risk of firearm related injuries and deaths," Woodbury Police Sergeant Bourke stated. "These incidents usually occur when an individual, often a child, finds a loaded and unsecured firearm in the residence. An unlocked firearm is an invitation to tragedy."
The free firearm safety kit, which includes a firearm locking device, can be obtained by visiting, at anytime, the Town of Woodbury Police department, located at 386 Route 32 in Central Valley. For further, contact Sgt. Bourke at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 928-2341.
FREE SELF-DEFENSE COURSE FOR WOMEN
Welcome to the Town of Woodbury Police Department website. Woodbury is an internationally recognized tourist destination and business hub due to the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. The outlets bring over 13 million visitors to our town annually. Founded in 1889, the Town of Woodbury spans 37.2 square miles with a population just under thirteen thousand residents.