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Bartlett police sponsor seminar about Internet safety information

The Bartlett Police Department will sponsor a seminar on Internet safety on April 26 and again on May 24. The seminars will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held at the Bartlett Public Library.

The purpose of the events are to provide parents, residents and the general public with a safe environment for themselves and their children to explore and obtain information on the World Wide Web.

Detective Scott Yarwood and Bartlett High School liaison office Geoff Pretkelis will explain the department's Internet crime unit. They also will explore a variety of Internet-related issues - including computer crimes, child exploitation, prevention and important Web-page links.

The seminar is free, but space is limited. Call the police department at (630) 837-0846 to reserve a seat.

Junior Women's Club holds Mug Mixer March 28

The Streamwood Junior Women's Club will hold a 2000 Spring Mug Mixer for prospective members from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 28 in the senior room of Park Place Family Recreation Center, 550 S. Park Boulevard in Streamwood.

The Streamwood Junior Women's Club is a not-for-profit organization that promotes community involvement and support through educational, charitable and civic projects.

Women ages 18 and older are welcome to join, and Streamwood residency is not required. There is no fee to attend to event, but those who come are asked to bring a mug.

For details, call membership chairman Jen Altintop at (630) 289- 9537.

Bartlett department offers residents a glimpse at police life

Bartlett residents will be able to check out the internal operations of the police department during the annual open house, which will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday at the station, 228 S. Main Street.

Participants will get a tour of the police facility and learn about the canine unit, the Cop on the Corner program and other police activities. …

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