January 20, 2018


Welcome to Hometown Oklahoma

Oklahoma State D.A.R.E. Coordinator, Ken Brodrick from Wyandotte Nation Police Department, wants you to know when you see all those lights in your rear view mirror it is not a UFO but it is the D.A.R.E. car from Wyandotte Nation Police Department. Great looking car, Ken!

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5th Graders Graduate from D.A.R.E Program

Posted on Dec 4th, 2016

The top two essay winners were Trustin Williams and Lillie Sherrill with Officer Johnny Adams.

On November 17, 2016, all 5th grade students at Skiatook Intermediate Elementary successfully completed and graduated the D.A.R.E. program. The top two essay winners were Trustin Williams and Lillie Sherrill with Officer Johnny Adams. Students attended class for ten weeks on Drug Abuse Resistance Education offered by Skiatook Schools’ resource officer, Johnny Adams. To graduate from…

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YAB Members Participate in Creating PSA Video to Promote D.A.R.E. myPlaybook High School Curriculum

Posted on Jul 5th, 2016

Recently 12 select members of our D.A.R.E. Youth Advocacy Board participated in creating a public service announce (PSA) video to promote D.A.R.E. myPlaybook High School Curriculum. All 12 YAB members were invited to Orlando, Florida for a workshop on June 6-9, 2016, hosted by D.A.R.E. America’s CEO, Frank Pegueros, Director of Project Development, Mistie Bell-Renfro and Jacqueline Ho, Youth…

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2016 Oklahoma D.A.R.E. Conference Car Show Winners

Posted on Jun 7th, 2016

The winners of 2016 Oklahoma D.A.R.E. Conference Car Show: 1st Place, Choctaw Tribal Police, Isaac James 2nd Place, Tulsa Campus Police, Annette Williams 3rd Place, Stigler Police Department, John Vail Right: The D.A.R.E. Vehicle of McClain Sheriff's Department, Choice of Oklahoma D.A.R.E. Angel Geri Williams. Click on images for…

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A D.A.R.E. Angel Appears Again

Posted on Jun 6th, 2016

Image (click for full view): Members of the Oklahoma D.A.R.E. Board pictured with Geri Williams. From left to right, front row. Cindi Tracy, Ken Brodrick (Oklahoma State D.A.R.E. Coordinator), Geri Williams, Lori Swanson. Audrey Calger, Bryon Gordon, Isaac James, James Richardson, Tim Peters, and Mike Hopper. Last year when Geri Williams heard Oklahoma D.A.R.E. was having financial…

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Annessa Masterson, D.A.R.E. Youth Advocacy Board Alumna – Oklahoma

Posted on Jun 26th, 2015

Annessa Masterson, D.A.R.E. Youth Advocacy Board Alumna - Oklahoma

My name is Annessa Masterson and I am a sophomore at Wyandotte High School in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. My parents are Chad and Trishia Masterson and have an older brother, Seth. I currently am doubled up in my math classes (Geometry and Algebra II) so I can take College Algebra next year, along with other college classes. Our school has a strong concurrent enrollment program and I hope to have…

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Oklahoma D.A.R.E.’s New Superheroes

Posted on Jun 19th, 2015

Officer Ken and Geri Williams are the New Superheroes! From the Facebook Page of Oklahoma DARE Officer's Association - ODOA: A definition of a super hero is a heroic person, someone who hears a cry for help and responds. Today Oklahoma DARE has a new super hero! Last night, upon returning from DARE conference and hearing the news that funding had been cut, Lisa Brodrick took to social media…

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Meridian Tech instructors review Internet safety tips to prevent hacking

Posted on Sep 10th, 2014

Meridian Technology Center instructors Les Little, left, and Daniel Devers discuss Internet safety tips to prevent identity theft through computer hacking. From The Stillwater News Press. The latest headlines screaming about hackers acquiring nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities online raises a privacy scandal concerning what people everywhere are storing on their…

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EMSA Urges Precautions Now for Back to School Safety

Posted on Aug 16th, 2014

From Fox23.com.  TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Public Schools will open their doors Aug. 20 for the new school year and the increased traffic coupled with new drivers leads to potentially fatal auto-pedestrian and motor vehicle collisions involving children and teens during the first few weeks of school. “Last year, we responded to two accidents involving a child or a teen being hit by a…

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