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Grants Pass Police Reach Out to Parents

Grants Pass PoliceGRANTS PASS, Ore. — Grants Pass Police are reaching out to parents, saying you can’t stop what you don’t know. The free seminar will address boozing, doping, smoking, clothing & synthetic drugs.

Their hope is that parents can prevent alcohol and drug abuse if they know the warning signs, new slang terms, and other indicators like what certain clothing logos truly stand for

The class will be Friday, February 7, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Fleming Middle School in Grants Pass. There is no cost, but there are limited seats.

Call 541-474-5234 or send your information to smartinez@co.josephine.or.us in order to register.

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  1. me says:

    so im gonna be discriminated against for wearing certain clothes that maybe I don’t even now what they mean. aint this putting kids into a classification before really getting to know them. COPS are in uniform. do we have meetings on how to recognize them through the deception of there uniform?

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