Training and Classes
The EWU Police Department provides free self-defense classes to students, faculty, staff and the community to train both men and women in basic self-defense techniques and offer viable options when confronted with various threats of violence and aggression.
Classes help with the following:
- Identifying an imminent attack
- Close quarters defensive tactics
- Defeating attacks from behind
- Creating opportunities for acquiring assistance during an attack
- Multitude of other self-protection skill sets
These classes will help create a new set of awareness, assertiveness verbal confrontation skills, and safety strategies, and provide techniques that enable you to prevent, escape, resist, and survive attacks.
The first Fall 2018 class is scheduled on October 17 at 8:00 pm.
For questions about self defense classes or to register, contact Officer Karlis at 509.359.6089 or email@example.com.
Critical Incident Response Training
The University Police Department typically offers Critical Incident Response training each quarter. Notifications are sent out to all employees via email.
To request this training for your department or unit, please contact Jennifer Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509.359.6310.
A video of Winter Quarter 2019 Quarterly Training is posted below:
Shots Fired on Campus
Click the button below to view the "Shots Fired" training video.
To schedule a Shots Fired on Campus training, please contact Jennifer Miller at email@example.com or 509.359.6310.
UW Active Shooter Preparedneses Training
Click the button below to view the "Active Shooter Preparedness" training video.