DeLand PD, Kimber Martial Arts offering self-defense class
(DeLand, FL) – The DeLand Police Department and Kimber Martial Arts are partnering together to offer a self-defense class for women.
The class is free and will empower women with easy-to-learn self-defense moves. The class will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at Kimber Martial Arts, 1760 S. Woodland Boulevard.
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Jason D. Umberger, Chief of Police
The DeLand Police Department on a quarterly and annual basis presents awards for outstanding service by Officer and Civilians in the performance of their Duties.
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