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27 graduate from Women against Crime program

The Daily Times staff
On Nov. 8, 27 women graduated from the San Juan County Sheriff's Office’s 22nd Women Against Crime class. Over three months, the women received education and training aimed at increasing their personal safety and awareness, according to the program’s new director Jayme Harcrow. The 12-week, 14-course program covers topics including sexual assault and domestic violence, technology crimes, home security, self-defense, drug awareness, firearms and active shooter training. The free program is funded by the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office Foundation Board. The class, which is limited to 30 women, is full for the spring program. Classes usually meet Tuesday evenings at the sheriff’s office, with two Saturday morning classes. To enroll in the fall or to be placed on a waitlist, contact Jayme Harcrow at harcrowj@sjcounty.net or 505-334-7027.