Category Archives: Sheriff’s Blog

How you can prevent cyberbullying

In my previous blog entry, I covered the topic of cyberbullying and the ways you can bring up the topic with the young people in your life. It’s an issue we as adults need to know about and get involved with because we have the power to prevent it. In the same way we guide…
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8 tips to help your kids steer clear of cyberbullying

Our school resource officers are on the front lines of keeping our next generation of leaders safe. A large part of an SRO’s responsibility is to make sure students stay and feel safe when they set foot on school property. They hear and see so many things in their daily duties. Cyberbullying is one of…
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Drug-impaired driving is dangerous driving

Like drunk driving, drug-impaired driving is impaired driving, which means it is dangerous and illegal in all 50 States, Puerto Rico and Washington, DC. Whether the drug is obtained legally or illegally, drug-impaired driving poses a threat to the driver, vehicle passengers and other road users. If you are impaired by drugs and thinking about driving,…
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Let’s work together to create ‘safety culture’

Mutual trust and respect are key to a strong relationship between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. However, these days, being a law enforcement officer has never been more complex. It’s difficult, dangerous and sometimes, thankless – but, at the end of the day, it can also be most rewarding. When I swear…
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