October 19, 2017


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Nelson County D.A.R.E. Graduation, February 5, 2015, Foster Heights Elementary School

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D.A.R.E. Program Making a Comeback – and Growing – in Lexington

Posted on Jan 30th, 2017

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Yes, the 24 people in this classroom are a little old to be fifth graders. But the training team will tell you, these police officers are playing the part for a reason. "We…

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D.A.R.E.: Beyond Saying No

Posted on Oct 14th, 2016

CAVE CITY — Police officer James Roberts taught his first D.A.R.E. class at Caverna Elementary School on Thursday morning to a group of fifth-graders. Right: Cave City Police Officer James…

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Students Complete D.A.R.E Program

Posted on Jun 7th, 2015

From WTVQ. Click image for full view. LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) -- Officers from the London Police Department recently held graduations for the D.A.R.E. program at several local schools. D.A.R.E…

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How safe is your child’s school?

Posted on Nov 25th, 2014

From whas11.com. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – On the surface this is a story about numbers. 22 assaults in Oldham County Schools, 452 drug offenses in Bullitt County, and 67 weapons at Jefferson…

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D.A.R.E. Role Model program starts at The Providence School

Posted on Nov 25th, 2014

Four Providence School D.A.R.E. Role Models helped serve a Thanksgiving meal at Creekside apartments in Nicholasville last week. From left are Samantha Brown, Austin Hood, Christina Lemay and Jacob…

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Governor proclaims October as Anti-Bullying Month in Kentucky

Posted on Oct 2nd, 2014

Kentuckians encouraged to participate in awareness and prevention activities. From Lane Report. FRANKFORT, Ky. (Oct. 2, 2014) — Gov. Steve Beshear on Wednesday proclaimed October as…

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WKU receives ‘Safe Community’ designation

Posted on Aug 31st, 2014

From wkuherald.com. WKU received an uncommon accreditation this past summer when The National Safety Council recognized WKU as a Safe Community on July 30. WKU was the fourth academic institution…

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