D.A.R.E. Officer David Schaetzel awards essay winner Grace Dyke.
What D.A.R.E. Means to Me
By Grace Dyke
Some people don’t take D.A.R.E. seriously. But I think D.A.R.E. is very important. It stands for define, assess, respond, and evaluate. D.A.R.E. can help people get out of bad habits like smoking or taking drugs. Or even to warn kids to never make bad drug or alcohol choices when we get older. D.A.R.E. has taught me a lot of things.
For more details see the Thursday, Dec. 22, print edition or e-edition of the Kankakee Valley Post-News.
Police officers emphasize the importance of education and claiming responsibility for one’s actions. The Crawfordsville Police Department and Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office educate local elementary school students through Drug Abuse Resistance Education and other...
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