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CCOP Directors & Volunteers Monthly Meeting The 2nd Thursday of each month from 8pm-9:30pm
Chase Bank - Community Room
2112 15th Street

Next Volunteer Training Class  Saturday January 13, 2018 @ 1 PM Pre-Registration is required.  




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Clubbing Safe

While thousands of people enjoy a wonderful and safe night out on the town, and in the neighborhood, every week and manage to get home unscathed afterwards, there are some unique and specific personal safety considerations to take into account and remedy before you head out to the bar or the club.

These recommendations and guidelines are not intended to promote paranoia or fear, rather we hope they will give you an additional awareness and some simple tips that will allow you to enjoy your evening and share your adventures with friends afterwards.

 

Clubbers Guide Publication

Our joint CCOP / Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence / Community Patrol USA “Clubbers Guide” addresses many of the general safety concerns with a night out on the town in a simple wallet sized fold-up brochure.  Clubbing should be safe and fun, and these tips will help you and your friends have a great time, and stay safe at the same time.

Feel free to print the brochure and distribute it or forward it to loved ones, family and friends.

English Version:

Club Safety Flyer (English)

Spanish Version:

Club Safety Flyer (Spanish)

 

 

Dating Safety Publication

Our “Dating Safety’” publication provides some excellent tips and tricks for anyone who is on the dating scene, or who plans on hooking-up at a club or a bar with a trick for the evening.  Dating is fun and exciting and these tips and tricks will help you enjoy the experience to the fullest, while staying safe at the same time.

Feel free to print the brochure and distribute it or forward it to loved ones, family and friends.

EZ-Defense DATING SAFETY




Be City SMART Poster

In collaboration with the SFPD Chief’s LGBT Community Advisory Forum and the Stop The Violence project, the “BeCitySMART’” poster provides simple information in bullet form on dating safety, drink safety and crime reporting.  Produced to compliment our “Friends Close, Drinks CLOSER” project against roofied drinks, the poster is also valid in its own right and can be posted in bars, clubs, café’s, community centers and so on.

Feel free to print the poster and distribute it or forward it to loved ones, family and friends.

Friends Close, Drinks CLOSER Poster




I Think I’ve Been “Roofied” Publication

Our “I Think I’ve Been ‘Roofied’” publication provides some excellent information for anyone who believes they may have been the victim of an unwanted drugging experience.

Feel free to print the brochure and distribute it or forward it to loved ones, family and friends.

Roofie Flyer
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