"Allison's Watch" - In memory of Allison Feldman 6/15/83 - 2/17/15

Jazziette Devereaux and 'Safe and Secure' presents the first annual safety awareness event designed to better inform the 'women' of our community of ways to be safe and free from harm. While the City of Scottsdale remains one of the safest cities in the country to live, bad things can happen and do.

On February 18, 2015 Allison Feldman was found, brutally murdered, in her Scottsdale home. While no arrests have been made, the investigation into her death continues to be the #1 priority of the Scottsdale Police Department.

A reward in the amount of $10,000 is being offered by Silent Witness for information leading to the capture and conviction of her killer.

Because of this horrible and tragic event, the city and community at large have come together in a effort to help our women learn how to better protect themselves, whether at home, shopping, driving, walking, running, working, on the internet and dating.

Join us at Monterra at WestWorld for a day of dynamic presentations by leading experts in the field of safety and security, including the Chief of Police (Scottsdale), retired DPS Sgt, Sandy Aguilera of 'Safe and Secure' and many more.

For more information about Allison's Watch or Media/Press information, please call (480) 238-5858.