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CPD and KSP give students tips on substance abuse prevention

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police were on hand alongside Kentucky State Police on Friday at Adair County High School providing tutorials for substance abuse prevention for students.

State Police provided their Mobile Substance Abuse Education vehicle giving instruction on drug awareness and prevention with Troopers Jonathan Houk and Nick Hale.

Additionally Mrs. Keri Willis' Forensics class were given the opportunity for a question and answer session with one of Columbia's K9 handlers, Officer Evan Burton, SRO Adam Cravens and K9 Matt.




This story was posted on 2021-04-17 08:58:20
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Inside the mobile Substance Abuse Education vehicle



2021-04-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Officer Adam Cravens, PIO.
The Columbia Police were on hand alongside Kentucky State Police on Friday at Adair County High School providing tutorials for substance abuse prevention for students.

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