On Tuesday, April 30, Officer Jermaine Galloway, the Tall Cop Who Says Stop, will be presenting twice in Jones County. The first training “High in Plain Sight” will be held from 9-4 at the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa. This training is geared towards professionals from education, behavioral health, law enforcement, coalition members and any adult who is interested. The Iowa Board of Certification has approved 5.5 CEUs in Alcohol and Drugs. The cost is $25 and this includes lunch on site and snacks for breaks. Scholarships are available. Please see the attached registration flyer for more details and register by replying to this email. We already have 30 people signed up for this training coming from all over the state. We can fit 75-100 in the NMM so let’s fill the rest with those living and serving Jones County!
In the evening, Officer Galloway will be presenting “You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know” at the Monticello High School. He’ll be talking about how to prevent vaping, underage drinking, youth marijuana use, prescription drug abuse, and more. This event is FREE to attendees and FREE pizza will be served as well starting at 5:30 with the presentation in the auditorium from 6:30 to 8. This presentation is for all parents and their middle and high school kids, county-wide and beyond, as well as any adults who is interested. See the attached flyer for more details as well. Registration is required ahead because we need a certain number to even have the event and also to get a count for pizza. Registration will end Wed., April 24. To register, email email@example.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to save your seats. Let’s get that auditorium as full as possible!
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