D.A.R.E. AMERICA PROVIDES ITS EVIDENCE-BASED CURRICULUM TO WORLD NEIGHBORS
Since the inception of D.A.R.E. in the 1980s, literally thousands of cities, townships, and counties throughout the United States have welcomed D.A.R.E. officers into their classrooms.
For more than two decades, D.A.R.E. has also been an international program with its curricula being taught in more than 50 other countries with six international D.A.R.E. Training Centers capable of training and teaching in many different languages. To date, these centers have graduated over 12,000 D.A.R.E. international law enforcement officers globally. Classroom materials are available in 13 languages and Braille. Moreover, D.A.R.E. is an official consultative NGO to the United Nations and a member of the World Federation Against Drug Abuse.
Vice President of Regional & International Operations
Email: Lloyd Bratz
#NottyOPP Officer Lawrenson, the National Director of D.A.R.E, has been actively involved in our local schools for over 20 years teaching students D.A.R.E lessons. He is especially proud of this piece of artwork from a student😀 #DAREday #DrugAbuseResistanceEducationDay ^kv pic.twitter.com/8OE5hRp2ck— OPP Central Region (@OPP_CR) April 16, 2020
Today is #DAREday. We are not able to celebrate with our DARE students but we are thinking of them today. Use what you were taught in DARE, it will help you make safe and responsible decisions. #OrilliaOPP and #OrilliaCares about the young people of our communities.^mh pic.twitter.com/uGX3xbv3e8— OPP Central Region (@OPP_CR) April 16, 2020