First Responders Training

Join SURJ Bay Area and the Anti Police-Terror Project for a First Responders Training.

APTP builds the capacity of community members to respond to police terror and violence. The purpose of this training is to share knowledge and skills with regards to conducting independent people's investigations into cases of police terror.

The topics covered will be:

- An introduction to APTP

- How to conduct people's investigations of police murder

- Know your rights and security considerations when conducting an investigation

- First aid

- An overview of different aspects of family support

The material being presented is created by the Anti Police-Terror Project. We are asking for $10 - $40 donation, sliding scale, which will go to support APTP’s work. No one turned away for lack of funds. Email with ticket requests or questions. Our workshop has space for 60 people. To reserve your spot in advance, please purchase tickets here. 

MORE ABOUT APTP: The Anti Police-Terror Project is a group of concerned and committed institutions, organizations, and individuals dedicated to ending state-sanctioned murder and violence perpetuated against Black, Brown and Poor people. They are a Black led, multi-racial, multi-generational coalition. Visit their website here:

CHILDCARE: We will be providing childcare on location that is arranged in advance. Please email for requests.

ACCESS NEEDS: This event is wheelchair accessible. If you have specific access needs, please email, and we'll be happy to work with you to accommodate them.

SCENT FREE: We ask that guests do their best to be as scent free as possible. Please refer to this resource from the EastBay Meditation Center for more information on what that means. 

March 18, 2017 at 2pm - 5pm
Sierra Club
2101 Webster St
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
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Sam Blickle ·
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