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“One big thing that people tend to lack is the basic skills that are needed to defend themselves in hostile or dangerous situations. Taking the effort and time out to learn these lifesaving skills can be one of the smartest things that someone does.”

Washington Township Police Department and Recreation, would like to introduce a “Self-Defense Class” to High School 9th through 12th grade students.  “Self-defense is defined as the right to prevent suffering force or violence through the use of a sufficient level of counteracting force or violence.” There are 4 Self-defense & Safety tips all high school students should know!  The first one is to enroll in a Self-Defense class. 

This class will demonstrate physical techniques, security tips, and how to avoid potentially dangerous situations.   Instructors, Sergeant Brian Bigham & Detective John Wuetemburg will demonstrate helpful information that teaches a mix of physical skills and life lessons.  This FREE three day session begins on Monday, January 22, 2018 from 4:30pm- 5:30pm and continues on Jan. 29th & ends on Feb. 5th.  It will take place at the Washington Township Police Department, 1 East Springtown Road. We only have limited space available so register before January 15, 2018. 

For more information and to obtain a registration form, please contact the Recreation office at (908) 876-5941 or email us at [email protected] or visit our website at www.wtmorris.org.

 

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Program Registration Procedure

You may register in in person, online or by mail.  The Recreation office is open Monday– Friday 8am-4pm (except summer hours). A registration form must be properly filled out, signed and submitted with your payment and also when processing payments online(receipt must be attached).  For more information please click on the link:  Procedure

 

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Refund Policy

There are NO REFUNDS on any of our programs except for the following:

Full refunds will be issued for any program cancelled by the Recreation Dept.

Refunds will be given for medical issues related to that activity when accompanied by a doctor’s note. A letter in writing must be provided at that time.

All Refunds are done by purchase orders and then checks will be mailed out. It takes three to five weeks to receive a refund. This procedure includes registrations paid by credit card.

 

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