FISH, Sanibel Police Department, Offer Crime Prevention Workshop

F.I.S.H. OF SANCAP and the Sanibel Police Department are pleased to offer a Crime Prevention Workshop on            Wed., Mar. 22 as both an in-person and virtual event.  The in-person event will take place at the Sanibel Community House, 2173 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, and the virtual event will be offered via Zoom.  The workshop will begin at 1:00pm. 

The presentation will focus on personal and home safety; mail, phone and computer fraud and scams; the ‘dark house program’; and important techniques for protecting yourself.   

Lieutenant Grace Towler will discuss different issues that are threats to the community, increase awareness of certain crimes, and teach participants what to do to intervene and prevent victimization.   “You can never be too safe,” says Towler.  “By taking a few simple precautions, you can reduce risk to yourself and your property.”  Lieutenant Towler has been with the Sanibel Police Department since 2007, serving in road and beach patrol, crime scene investigation, and is currently assigned to the Emergency Management division. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Hodges University in 2007 and her master’s degree in criminal justice from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2012.

FISH is excited to host Lt. Towler for this very important workshop as she continuously works to strengthen the bond between the Sanibel Police Department and the community. Please contact FISH for the Zoom link for those participating virtually. For additional information about FISH OF SANCAP and their programs and services, please contact Maria Espinoza, Executive Director, FISH or visit their website at