From Chief Parker: "I'm so proud of our #NotEvenOnce officers expanding this program to another school. Educating students on how to make good informed decisions is what prevention is all about. Keep making a difference!" View the news article by clicking here.
From Chief Lisa Parker: It makes me incredibly proud to see several recent news articles highlighting the fact that police departments and school districts throughout the State are ready to implement our opiate awareness program, #NotEvenOnce, this coming school year. We know that it has benefited our students, and to share the program with other police [...]
Today, 17 more police departments consisting of 30 law enforcement officers and a Students Assistance Counselor were trained to teach the High School Opiate Awareness Program, #NotEvenOnce, in their school districts!
We have taught over 200 Law Enforcement Officers and Educators our High School Opiate Awareness Program, #NotEvenOnce. It is an honor to see our program being instructed by other Law Enforcement agencies in schools around the state of New Jersey. #MakingADifference
Our Officers were proud to teach the first #NotEvenOnce Train the Trainer session at Manchester Police Department headquarters yesterday. The #NotEvenOnce program, which was developed by our Officers to teach 12th grade students about the dangers of opiates, has already made a positive impact in our school district. It is a proud moment that we [...]