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by William Rogers, a College Street Elementary School fifth grader
I think that D.A.R.E is very important, and I enjoyed it very much. It will benefit me in the long run as I grow older. In our 10-week class period, we learned about lots of things like stress, resistance strategies, the effects of drugs and alcohol on our bodies, and how to make safe and responsible choices...
During the 19 Days of Activism, the Child Advocacy Center has two goals. The first goal is that the 19 partner agencies will sponsor press releases to educate our community about child abuse, with a focus on the impact of opioids and substance abuse on children....
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WKRN) - Opioid abuse is a startling problem that D.A.R.E. officers who teach drug education in public schools are trying to change. “It's just become such a problem,” said Brentwood Police Officer Mark Wood. From adults to kids, Wood says they get...
D.A.R.E. Program essay winners were announced during this week’s graduation ceremony. On the front row, from left to right, are Abby Eble, Maliyah Woods and Madeline Schultz. On the back row, from left, are SRO Richard Allman, SRO Lt. Russ Henry, School Board...
THE BRADLEY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE held a graduation ceremony at Hopewell Elementary School to honor fifth-graders who completed the D.A.R.E. program, which was taught by their school resource officer, Sergeant Mitchell Roe. Each student submitted an essay at the...
Roane County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Greg Sims, left, and Lt. Daryl Cook give an update on the D.A.R.E. program during last week’s Roane County Board of Education meeting. The Roane County Board of Education got an update last week on the revamped...
Roane County Sheriff Jack Stockton’s opinion of D.A.R.E. has changed over the years. So much so that his office is implementing it back into the Roane County School System. Roane County Sheriff Jack Stockton wasn’t a fan of the D.A.R.E. program in 2014. “You can...
Officers Samuel Bady (left) and Mark Wood (right) with their award from the Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition. Photo courtesy of City of Brentwood. For nearly 20 years, Brentwood Police Department Crime Prevention Officers Samuel Bady and Mark Wood have been a...
Memphis Police Department D.A.R.E. officer Freddie Robinson’s D.A.R.E. student, N’Khemya King, passed away last week from undiagnosed leukemia. She was a strong advocate for D.A.R.E. and made this video to share what she learned in her D.A.R.E. class....
Southeast Regional Director
Phone: (424) 227-2520
Email: Danny Talley
State D.A.R.E. Contacts
State D.A.R.E. Coordinator
Sergeant Kasey Fitts
Tennessee Highway Patrol
Telephone: (615) 232-2912
Cellphone: (615) 854-5675
State D.A.R.E. Officers Association President
Henry County Sheriff Department
Phone: (731) 336-8441
Brooklyn Shadron, D.A.R.E. America Youth Advocacy Board Member from Tennessee
Tennessee Local D.A.R.E. Websites
- Alcoa Police Department
- Bartlett Police Department
- City of White House Police Department
- Clarksville Police Department
- Greene County Sheriff’s Office
- Hopewell Elementary School
- Humphreys County Sheriff’s Office
- Knox County Sheriff’s Office
- Maury County Sheriff’s Department
- Metropolitan Nashville Police Department
- Oliver Springs Police Department
- Paris Police Department
- Putnam County Sheriff’s Office
- Roane County Sheriff’s Office
- Robert F. Woodall Elementary School
- Robertson County Sheriff’s Office
- Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security
- Tullahoma Police Department
- White County Sheriff’s Office
- York Elementary School
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All Rights Reserved.