Kosciusko Cares presents: Tall Cop Says Stop

Kosciusko Cares presents: Tall Cop Says Stop
Event on 2016-09-07 09:00:00
Register here online (.82 fee added) or email marsha@kosciuskocares.org to pay by check. This workshop is for educators, prevention providers, coalition members, law enforcement, probation officers, school administration, treatment, counselors, and parents. Testimonials about this workshop: http://www.tallcopsaysstop.com/testimonials.html Brief Overview: This session is unique, in that it provides over 120 visual aids for attendees to hold and become familiar with. In today's culture everything is person-specific and has different meanings to different individuals. For each person to help prevent youth and adult substance abuse, you MUST know what is going on in your community. These new trends are very popular and it is important for all who are involved in prevention, education, treatment or enforcement to understand these sweeping changes in the drug culture. Extensive Overview: "You Can't STOP What You Don't Know!" This saying really captures why I do what I do. When it comes to alcohol and drugs, trends are always changing. There are many everyday items that you wouldn’t even take a second look at, but with an understanding of this culture you quickly find out that there is another meaning. It can be hard to keep up with all the trends and practices of substance use and abuse as they are always evolving. Communities want to stop the underage drinking and drug usage in their community. After attending one of my presentations you will know what is out there, where to find it, how people are abusing it, how items have become popular and why you had not heard of it, new trends, logos, stash compartments, products, and much more along with having the knowledge to stop it! Many of you might be wondering why my website is called "Tall Cop Says Stop"? Well, I am 6'9" tall, and that is the first thing everyone notices about me whether I am working as a police officer or teaching. So it just made sense to put that into the name of my work. I have been working against community alcohol and drug abuse problems for the last 15 years. During that time I have seen a lot of changes occur in our society and with our youth, whether at a large underage drinking party, in some retail stores, at a town hall meeting, at a community event, during an assembly or in the classroom. Also, while doing research of the ever-evolving drug culture at various festivals across the country, I have quickly found that new trends are sweeping different areas of the country. The difficult part for many is, not only keeping up with those trends, but finding out what something means. That is where I come into play. Every item, trend, and logo is specific to that person which can make it even harder to identify. But, I believe if I can help you to understand the culture, you will be able to identify the culture. One thing holds true! All of us are dealing with underage drinking and drug usage in our community. Now what are we going to do about it? Are we going to meet and "round table" the issues every month? Or are we going to get out there, educate ourselves and do something about it? If there is a logo, identifier, term, picture, song, or clothing item, possible stash compartment, new drug product, right in front of you and you don't even realize its relevance in the drug or alcohol culture, how can you prevent, reduce or stop it? I will teach yo ur community or organization how to "get out there and do something about it" through education, prevention and/or enforcement. Whether you need to get organized so you can get started, or you want to take your program to new heights — each presentation I give will help you do that! All of my presentations are geared towards the communities I teach in. I have no "canned presentation". Currently, I average over 200 presentations per year that range from 25 to a 1,000 in number of attendees in the session. I conduct classes and keynote presentations that last 1 hour or 2 days. The trainings range from talking to educators, law enforcement, treatment, health professionals, probation, youth, parents, counselors, judges, medical personnel, the media, business leaders and community organizations. Personally, I want to be taught tools that I can use throughout my community and make a positive impact, and that is what the training will provide you. I train groups the way I want to be trained. A visual, interactive and class-specific training! Remember, YOU CAN’T STOP WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW!!! About the workshop leader: Officer Galloway is highly regarded as one of the nation's top experts in various drug and alcohol trends. His countless hours of research keeps his presentations current, evolving with the trends. These efforts have won Officer Galloway 4 national awards and 1 international award, since 2009. Officer Galloway's trainings, research and consulting take him all over the U.S. and Canada for trainings. As one of the top resources in the country for drug tends, Officer Galloway frequently conducts keynote sessions at conferences, breakout sessions, community scans, community education nights, youth trainings and much more. This Tall Cop has trained more than 75,000 people nationwide. Officer Galloway recently won the international 2015 Fraud Prevention and Detection-Law Enforcement Individual Award from the AAMVA (American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators). He was awarded the 2010 National Mickey Sadoff Award by MADD for Efforts in Underage Drinking Prevention and in 2009, he received the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by OJJDP.

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