are invited to learn about Manchester’s Emergency Services Division
during the second in a six-part public safety series scheduled from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, July 7, at the Manchester branch of the Ocean
County Library at 21 Colonial Drive.
Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Arthur Abline will teach residents how to protect themselves and their families during an emergency and show them what to do when disaster strikes.
Residents can tour the inside of the Emergency Response Vehicles used by Manchester’s fire departments, first aid squads and Community Emergency Response Team.
Other sessions in Police Chief Brian Klimakowski's series will cover school security and safety, crime prevention, Internet safety, and driver and traffic safety. Each session will include a question and answer period.
A public safety representative will be on hand at each session to help residents enroll in the NIXLE emergency notification system. This system is used by officials in Manchester and throughout the state to instantly update residents about emergency situations through text message and email alerts. Online NIXLE registration is available through www.Manchesterpolicenj.com.
next “Staying Safe in Manchester Township” library sessions is slated
for Monday, August 11. The topic will be school security and safety.