“As we move forward in today’s times it is troubling for me to turn on the television, read the paper or speak to my staff at the Greene County Sheriff’s Office of the ever growing problem of sexual assault of our men and women at College Universities. It was an honor to say a few words to the students and parents that attended your recent seminar at Columbia Greene Community College and I was extremely impressed with your K2P program.
The short film you showed was very powerful as it hit on every key issue of sexual assault. It was great to see the K2P instructors engage with the audience as you facilitated an open dialog with the students about these important issues.
As Sheriff of Greene County, it is my Constitutional obligation to ensure that our universities and communities have zero tolerance of any sexual assaults. Therefore, I highly and professionally endorse the K2P program of sexual assault and safety training to educate our students of the dangers that they may face on our college campuses.”
Greene County Sheriff
“I was very impressed by the professionalism and positive attitude demonstrated by members of the K2P team. They skillfully facilitated some difficult, yet important conversations with the students, and shared critical safety information and tactics to help keep our men and women safe. Positive feedback was received from the students who participated.”
Thomas P. Kelly
Director of Campus Safety, Hartwick College
“I recently had the opportunity to view the K2P program in action as they presented a seminar at Columbia Greene Community College. I could not have been more impressed with the way in which the staff interacted with the students, facilitating difficult yet meaningful discussions about sexual assault – what it is and how to help prevent situations in which it might occur. The hands on safety and de-escalation training provided the students with easy to learn techniques to help keep them safe. This type of training program is extremely important to ensure the safety of young students entering a college environment and I would highly recommend it!”
Sheriff David Bartlett
Columbia County Sheriff’s Office