Len Crossman believes it’s never too early to teach a child to make healthy choices, and it’s part of his job as Massachusetts D.A.R.E. coordinator to provide the tools to do so. Crossman, who works part-time for the Northfield Police Department and teaches criminal justice at Franklin Pierce University took over the position in January...
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Northeast Regional Director
Phone: (424) 227-2384
Fax: (800) 303-1905
Email: Mark Medford
State D.A.R.E. Contacts
State D.A.R.E. Coordinator
Leonard G. Crossman
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (413) 834-2266
Erin Kimball, D.A.R.E. America Youth Advocacy Board Member from Massachusetts
Massachusetts Local D.A.R.E. Websites
- Attleboro Police Department
- Belmont Police Department
- Boxford Police Department
- Burlington Police Department
- Concord Police Department
- Franklin Police Department
- Gardner Police Department
- Groveland Police Department
- Harwich Police Department
- Hingham Police Department
- Hudson Police Department
- Ipswich Police Department
- Lee Police Department
- Massachusetts D.A.R.E.
- Middleton Police Department
- Millis Police Department
- Norfolk Police Department
- Norton Police Department
- Orange Police Department
- Pittsfield Police Department
- Plymouth County
- Quincy Police Department
- Sherborne Police Department
- Topsfield Police Department
- Tyngsborough Police Department
- West Bridgewater Police Department
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