The Dover Public Library, 525 N. Walnut St., Dover, will host a free special Internet safety forum for parents at 10 a.m. Oct. 4. Guest speakers for the program include Cindy Hay from Dover City Schools, Amanda Miller from the Tuscarawas County Prosecutor’s Office and Detective Cathy Bickford from the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Department. Participants […]
From Your News Now. Keeping a community safe takes more than just law enforcement and first responders. It also takes countless hours of community involvement from area residents. With the dedication of these volunteers and safety personnel Lima Allen County residents can rest a little easier as their safety and welfare is being looked after. Today […]
Deputies from the Stark County Sheriff’s Office rode on buses with Plain Local Schools students Tuesday morning. Some also followed buses in their cruisers or enforced speed limits in school zones. Right: Sgt. Ron Perdue of the Stark County Sheriff’s Department stopped a motorist for a speed violation near GlenOak High School. From The CantonRep. […]
From whiznews.com. A 265 thousand dollar “Strong Families, Safe Communities” Grant has been awarded from the State of Ohio to Muskingum, Guernsey, Coshocton and Perry Counties. The Ohio Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services along with the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities announced the grant this afternoon at the John McIntire Library. Dan Carpenetti, […]
D.A.R.E. OFFICERS — Steubenville’s D.A.R.E. officers through the past 25 years include, from left, J.P. Rigaud, Anthony Piergallini and Erik Dervis. Piergallini was the first Drug Abuse Resistance Education program police officer in the region in 1989. Rigaud served after Piergallini’s retirement from the Steubenville Police Department and Dervis is the current D.A.R.E. officer. The […]
From The Harrison Press. During a recent discussion among members of the City of Harrison Police Committee, Chief Chuck Lindsey said “getting kids used to talking to police officers, and not to be afraid of somebody in uniform” is a primary goal of the D.A.R.E. program, which has been operating in Harrison since 1991. You […]
Donated materials allow for reconstruction Down you go (Photo by Terry Brlas) The D.A.R.E. dunk tank is back and improved for the 2014 Homecoming. A reconstruction of the unique apparatus has rendered it safer. Pictured is Strongsville Assistant Police Chief Mark Fender taking the plunge. From www.thepostnewspapers.com STRONGSVILLE – One of the more popular locations at the […]
By Kari B. Parsons- D.A.R.E. Ohio Training Director
Hello Ohio D.A.R.E. Officers!
My how times flies! It has been 26 years since the very first Ohio DOT. DOT #1 was held in April of 1988. DOT #2 was held in October of 1988, DOT #3 in March of 1989, DOT #4 in June of 1989, DOT #5 in August of 1989 and DOT #6 in October of 1989.
Kendall Jones reports on officer Tanner and his efforts through the D.A.R.E program From freenewspost.com
THEIR DEDICATION, FINE WORK, AND MEMBERSHIP CONTRIBUTIONS HAVE NOT GONE UNNOTICED! District 4 – Southwest Ohio held their quarterly district meeting with not only training and DARE officer updates but also paid tribute to two retiring officers who have been in active membership since 2002. Deputy Ben Dunaway (DOT Class #47) and Deputy Don McGlothlin […]