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We have four not-to-be-missed programs scheduled for April, May, June and July.

April 28: "Home Security 101" presented by Tom Johnson of Fearings Audio-Video-Security.

May 24: "Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety" presented by Michelle Bachaus with Wisconsin Bike Fed.

June 23: "Getting to Know You: A Conversation with Chief Shon Barnes," Madison's new Chief of Police, Shon F. Barnes, has a PhD in Leadership Studies and is an expert in Community Policing policy. July 28: "Active Attacker Preparedness Training," presented by Deputy Josalyn Longley and retired deputy Cindy Holmes, both of the Dane County Sheriff's Office.

All of these programs are at 10:00 AM and will be held via Zoom. If you would like to register to attend one or all of them, or if you would like to join the Triad email list, please email Mike Thomsen at .

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