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Recent PVPD Coffee with a Cop covers water safety

Posted 7/8/24

This month’s Coffee with a Cop featured the Water Safety Team from Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

They addressed a silent tragedy that can easily go unnoticed, especially with children …

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Recent PVPD Coffee with a Cop covers water safety

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This month’s Coffee with a Cop featured the Water Safety Team from Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

They addressed a silent tragedy that can easily go unnoticed, especially with children around bodies of water, according to an online announcement from Paradise Valley Police Department. The presentation highlighted the importance of constant vigilance and provided essential information on what to consider when reviewing an individual water safety plan.

Key points are the importance of barriers, active supervision and learning CPR. Simple measures like teaching kids to swim, installing pool alarms and ensuring pool gates are always closed can make a significant difference. Practicing water safety every day is crucial to ensuring the safety of children. 

Don’t miss the next Coffee with a Cop on Aug. 7 for an opportunity to connect with local law enforcement and discuss important community topics in a relaxed setting.