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Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, business host community safety program
Event highlights FCSO’s ‘See Something – Say something’ push
See Something -- Say Something

A local sports training academy has partnered with Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office to provide a community awareness program at 5 p.m. Tuesday highlighting local law enforcement’s “See Something - Say Something” initiative.

In the wake of gun violence at schools around the country, the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office has encouraged students and parents to stay vigilant about the things they see and hear at school or on social media in an effort to prevent such an event from happening in Forsyth.

In a letter to parents penned by Sheriff Ron Freeman in February, he introduced the push for vigilance, stating that the community “takes any school threat seriously” and that “it begins with our kids telling us what they see and hear. We cannot do it alone.”

Elite Athletic Training Academy’s Community Awareness Program is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. Tuesday at the business located at 1710 Redi Road, Suite 100, Cumming. Parents and children are both welcome to attend.

According to a news release from the business, there will be bleachers but participants are welcome to bring folding chairs. The program will be indoors on padded turf.

 The business will continue to host quarterly events called Elite’s CAP Safety Saturday (with the first one being April 21 at the same address.A local sports training academy has partnered with Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office to provide a community awareness program at 5 p.m. Tuesday highlighting local law enforcement’s “See Something -- Say Something” initiative.

In the wake of gun violence at schools around the country, the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office has encouraged students and parents to stay vigilant about the things they see and hear at school or on social media in an effort to prevent such an event from happening in Forsyth.

In a letter to parents penned by Sheriff Ron Freeman in February, he introduced the push for vigilance, stating that the community “takes any school threat seriously” and that “it begins with our kids telling us what they see and hear. We cannot do it alone.”

Elite Athletic Training Academy’s Community Awareness Program is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. Tuesday at the business located at 1710 Redi Road, Suite 100, Cumming. Parents and children are both welcome to attend.

According to a news release from the business, there will be bleachers but participants are welcome to bring folding chairs. The program will be indoors on padded turf.

 The business will continue to host quarterly events called Elite’s CAP Safety Saturday (with the first one being April 21 at the same address.