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Rexburg Police Department Parking Division
City of Rexburg Parking Division is responsible for regulating and enforcing parking in the City of Rexburg. Parking permits and tickets are handled through this division as well as any parking questions or concerns. The Parking Officers are also responsible for pedestrian safety classes. If you have questions concerning Parking or Safety issues within the City of Rexburg, they ...
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Brief HistoryThe Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was established in May of 2010 by a group of dedicated officers who wished to form a unit to represent the Police Department during ceremonies in the community and to exhibit the utmost respect for those that have died in the service of others. Under the direction of Chief Lynn Archibald the officers worked to put the Honor Guard together. The Rexburg Police Department Honor Guard was founded to ...
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Basic Physical Defense For Women
Rape Aggression Defense Systems
The R.A.D. Systems Basic Physical Defense Instructional Objective “To develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked” Lawrence N. Nadeau; R.A.D. Systems Founder
Empowering Women Through Self Defense
2. Dependency on Self
3. Decision Making ...
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The Rexburg Police Department, in association with the Madison School District #321, has a School Resource Officer Program which provides the use of four trained and certified full-time Police Officers who will work within the school system. These highly qualified police officers all have a minimum of 4 years law enforcement experience and have completed a 40 hour School Resource Training program. They are also trained as D.A.R.E. ...
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