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You Saw What? Sharpen Your Observation Skills and Stay Safe - North Port   

It's easy to not to pay attention to the world. We lower our eyes when we walk and avoid eye contact at the supermarket. For most of us, our default state tends to be ignoring what's around us. We miss a lot in the world while we're busy shuffling around with our heads down. But doing so makes us miss out on inspiration and fails to develop our curiosity. We may even miss information vital to our safety or that of our family.
Being observant means watching people, situations, and events, then thinking critically about what you see. It's clear the more you pay attention, the more often you'll come up with new ideas. If nothing else, you'll expand your worldview; but first, you must train yourself to pay attention again. This 2-hour lecture is presented by a 28-year veteran of law enforcement with 15 years of experience in crime scene investigations. She has taught thousands of people on various topics in law enforcement and has received accolades for her teaching style. Learn some tips and tricks to help you remember and learn from actual crime scene photographs. Learn what to do if you are caught in a situation where you may be a witness. This lecture is for anyone and everyone, from homeowners to Neighborhood Watch Groups.


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