It takes a community to help you help your kids make safe and healthy decisions. This blog tackles the real, everyday issues our children face concerning drugs and alcohol, authored by law enforcement and other professionals in various roles serving communities just like yours.
Specially trained animals have long been an indispensable element of many military and law enforcement operations. Perhaps none are more common, more versatile or more misunderstood than the Police K9. A trained dog and handler can track a missing child, subdue a fleeing felon, reveal smuggled produce, detect concealed narcotics or...Continue Reading >
We would like to wish all of our blog contributors, readers and everyone involved with PACT360 a safe, happy and healthy Thanksgiving. We appreciate all that you do and very much look forward to sharing new tips, information and stories after the holiday and into the new year. Remember, Thanksgiving break...Continue Reading >
For parents that have a kid who is in his or her first year of college, Thanksgiving break provides a chance to celebrate the recent success of their child’s newfound independence. It is also an indispensible opportunity for parents to reinforce the importance of responsible living. College is much more than...Continue Reading >
Stephen Peterson, Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, provides a brief history of Red Ribbon Week, which takes place this year from October 23rd to 31st. For more information about how you can get involved in local Red Ribbon Week activities, check out Tim Shoemaker's latest blog post. Red Ribbon Week...Continue Reading >
Now that back-to-school time is winding down, extracurricular activities are in full swing. As parents, we often find ourselves just as busy as our kids. Sports, plans, homework and appointments are difficult to manage and can take away from family time. Jim Cox, a parent and sergeant for the Fairfax...Continue Reading >