Penn State Berks Police offering free child safety seat inspections Sept. 25

Written by Lisa R. Baldi, Director of Strategic Communications at Penn State Berks.

Penn State Berks police officers will offer free child safety seat inspections to the local community on Saturday, September 25, from 9am to 3pm at Penn State Berks, at the Implement Building by the Peiffer House (corner of Broadcasting and Tulpehocken Roads).

There will be directional signs. Penn State police are nationally certified as child passenger safety technicians to conduct child safety seat inspections and assist with installations, having completed the rigorous national training certified by Safe Kids Worldwide with curriculum by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Officers will conduct child safety seat checks where parents and caregivers receive hands-on assistance for proper use of child restraint systems and safety belts. They will also offer education, support and guidance.  

This is an ongoing service and local community members, as well as Penn State students, faculty and staff, can make an appointment by calling Penn State Berks Police and Safety at 610-396-6111.

Safe Kids Worldwide works closely with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is responsible for the program’s curriculum, and the National Child Passenger Safety Board, which provides recommendations and guidance. State Farm sponsors the program.  

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