The Hingham Police Department is proud to again offer a RAD Self Defense Program for female college students. This class is for those women either entering or currently attending college. Student who took the class before are welcome to sign up again to refresh their skills. As with all our RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) classes, it's free and not limited to only residents.
A college student from our previous RAD Self Defense Class for Women applies her skills.
This 10 hour class (which meets 5 times for 2 hrs) will held in the Hingham Recreation Center gym inside the Hingham Town Hall from 5pm-7pm on the following dates:
Monday, August 3
Wednesday, August 5
Thursday, August 6
Monday, August 10
Wednesday, August 12
If you're interested, or to sign up, please contact Officer Tom Ford by email at email@example.com
On April 7, 2015, a new law in Massachusetts goes into effect that requires you to put your headlights on whenever you turn your windshield wipers on or when there reduced visibility such as fog. The purpose is for safety, to make you more visible to other drivers from the front and rear. Even vehicles with automatic daytime running lights (DRL) are required to put their full headlights on because the daytime running lights only light the front lights. This will turn on your rear lights, making the rear of your vehicle visible to approaching drivers. Drivers can be stopped, ticketed, and could face surcharges on their insurance.