Free Self Defense Class for Teens April 6 | South Pasadena Police Department

Saturday, April 6, at the War Memorial Building in South Pasadena

PHOTO: Tracey Macrum | News | Instructor Tracey Macrum with a teen, demonstrating self-defense techniques at the War Memorial Building in South Pasadena

The South Pasadena Police Department and Tracy Macrum, self-defense consultant, are conducting a two and a half hour self-defense class this Saturday, April 6, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the War Memorial Building in South Pasadena.

As part of the ongoing series of courses provided to South Pasadenans, this week’s class is catered towards girls aged 14-17 years of age.

PHOTO: Tracey Macrum | News | Students gather round at the Library’s Community Center for a seminar on self-defense with the South Pasadena Police Department

Instruction includes:

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  • dialogue designed to inspire girls to develop confidence
  • knowledge, skills and tools to identify, avoid and survive an attack
  • “do what works” self-defense techniques taught by SPPD officers.

You must register in advance. Contact Tracy at (323) 376-7633 or or Dawn Muench at (626) 808-7848 or This event is free and South Pasadena residents are given first priority.