January: Stalking Awareness Month

According to the Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime, 7.5 million people are stalked each year in the United States. In recognition of Stalking Awareness Month, UCI CARE will be holding several programs to raise awareness and educate the campus community about the warning signs and available resources related to stalking.

 

Personal Safety in the Digital Age

Wednesday, January 27th from 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm in Balboa Island A, 4th Floor UCI Student Center

Join us for an eye-opening, fun, and interactive presentation on internet and mobile app/phone safety, featuring Officer Mathew Aragon of the Irvine Police Department.
Officer Aragon has been an Irvine police officer since 2009 working multiple assignments. His current assignment is being a DARE officer in the Youth Services United. He has been in his current position for two years, working with nine elementary schools, the Irvine Adult Transition School, and the Early Childhood Center. He primarily teaches the DARE program, and has been teaching Internet Safety to students and parents for the last two years at schools, churches, and a variety of community groups.

This event is free and open to UCI students, faculty and staff.

Sponsored by: CARE, Greek Life, Center for Wellness & Health Promotion, the Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity, and ASUCI.

 

For more information on all of these programs, please visit the CARE website or contact nadeeka.k@uci.edu.

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