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Indiana D.A.R.E. DOT Class #39

Indiana D.A.R.E. DOT Class #39

Indiana D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) welcomed 22 law enforcement candidates into Indiana D.A.R.E. Class #39 on Sunday, June 5th, 2022. The intensive two-week training was hosted by the D.A.R.E. Indiana Training Team at the Riverside Intermediate School...

Cops Learn How to Help Kids Make Better Decisions

Cops Learn How to Help Kids Make Better Decisions

DURANT, Oklahoma (KTEN) — Wednesday [June 8, 2022] was day one for D.A.R.E. program training at the Choctaw Casino in Durant. But D.A.R.E. — Drug Abuse Resistance Education — is not just about saying “no” to drugs. “Of course, D.A.R.E., when it first started, was…

Minnesota D.A.R.E. Officer Training Class #50

Minnesota D.A.R.E. Officer Training Class #50

Stillwater, MN—Minnesota D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) welcomed 16 law enforcement candidates into Minnesota D.A.R.E. Class #50 on Monday, April 4, 2022. The intensive two-week training was hosted by the Minnesota D.A.R.E. and the Washington County...

New York D.A.R.E. Officer Training #59 Class Photo

New York D.A.R.E. Officer Training #59 Class Photo

New York D.A.R.E. Officer Training Class #59. The 59th New York DOT was conducted at the New York State Academy of Fire Science in Montour Falls, New York, January 24 to February 4, 2022. Photo courtesy of New York State D.A.R.E. Coordinator Michael J. Roden.

20 New KLETC Officers Graduate from D.A.R.E.

20 New KLETC Officers Graduate from D.A.R.E.

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Twenty officers will hit the streets with new information about D.A.R.E. after graduating an intensive course at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. Drug Abuse Resistance Education said 20 new officers graduated on Friday, Oct. 29…

D.A.R.E. “More Than Sad” Teen Suicide Lesson Helps Save Students Lives

D.A.R.E. “More Than Sad” Teen Suicide Lesson Helps Save Students Lives

In response to a fast growing crisis of teen suicide ideation, attempts and tragic deaths, D.A.R.E. America partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to adapt the Foundation’s “More Than Sad” mental health lesson for presentation to middle school and high school students.