School Resource-D.A.R.E

The Jackson Police Department in Alabama has dedicated School Resource Officers (SROs) who are also trained to teach D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) to students.

These officers serve as mentors and educators to the students, forging trusting relationships with them and guiding them towards positive choices.

D.A.R.E. is a nationwide program that aims to prevent drug use, violence, and other harmful behaviors by teaching students decision-making skills, communication skills, and refusal skills.

The program also educates students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol and helps them to understand the effects of drug abuse on their bodies and minds.

The Jackson Police Department’s SROs provide D.A.R.E. curriculum to students in grades K through 4, as well as to middle and high school students.

By educating and empowering young people, these officers are making a positive impact on their community and helping to build a safer, healthier future for all.

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