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Lodi police volunteers teach students about stranger danger

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Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 8:30 am

On an overcast Tuesday morning, volunteers from the Lodi Police Department’s Partners Program and crime prevention team gave a presentation on “stranger danger” to a group of students in George Washington Elementary School’s multipurpose room.

Mary Eggers — a crime prevention volunteer who coordinates the presentations at schools such as Washington Elementary, Lawrence Elementary, Beckman Elementary, Joe Serna Jr. Charter School and more — told the students that if a stranger asks them to go somewhere that they should say “no” in a loud voice, run away and tell a trusted adult.

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