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The Clayton Crime Watch organization in New Jersey has announced plans to host a free self-defense class at the Clayton High School Auxiliary Gym in New Jersey. The class is set for Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.

According to, students will learn how to avoid becoming a victim, something which is especially important around the holiday shopping season which is right around the corner. Participants will also be provided with hands-on self-defense training.

People of all physical types and athletic ability are encouraged to attend. The minimum recommended age is 10 years old.

The lead instructor is Victor Molinari, an investigator who works in the fugitive recovery unit of the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. He brings with him over 14 years of experience in law enforcement. In addition to his work in the fugitive recovery unit, he’s an assistant team leader on the county SWAT team. He’s also a Seal Team Six and Delta Force combative instructor, and he holds black belts in multiple martial arts disciplines. Simply put, this is the guy you want helming your self-defense class.

On hand to assist Molinari will be Joe Baker, a master from Yi’s Karate in Woodbury, and Patrolman James Mayo of the Clayton Police Department, who holds an orange belt in Shotokan.

To find out more about the upcoming class and Clayton Crime Watch meetings, which are open to citizens from Clayton and neighboring communities, please contact Sgt. Andrew Davis of the Clayton Police Department at 856-881-2301.

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