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D.A.R.E.



Distracted Driving Classes   

distracted driving

 

The Sheriff's Office will be hosting a distracted drivers course beginning in July for ages 14-18. If you would like to register for this free class please email your completed forms to Sergeant Matt Morris or you can call for additional information. 

Class dates and times:

July 9 - Odenville High School at 10:00 am

July 10 - Ashville High School at 10:30 am

July 12 - Springville High School at 10:00 am

July 16 - Ragland High School at 12:00 pm

July 19 - Moody High School at 10:00 am

 

Distracted Driver Permission Form

Distracted Driver Medical Forms

Driver School Application

205-473-2902

Email Sergeant Morris your completed forms here

 

 

 

Matt Morris

D.A.R.E. Sergeant Matt Morris 

Send an email

205-884-3333

205-594-3333

 

 

 

Mark Slezak

D.A.R.E. Officer Mark Slezak

Send an email

205-884-3333

205-594-3333

 

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is an education program that seeks to prevent use of controlled drugs, membership in gangs, and violent behavior. 

The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is a community-oriented Sheriff's Office. Sergeant Matt Morris and Deputy Slezak serves as the full time K-12 certified Drug Abuse Resistance Education Instructors and School Resource Officer. 

The 5th grade D.A.R.E. is implemented in Ashville, Odenville, Springville, Steele, Margaret and Ragland Schools in St. Clair County. The St. Clair County school Resource/ D.A.R.E. instructor assists other Law Enforcement Agencies in St. Clair County with other community oriented programs. An estimated 1,400 students receive instruction each year in the St. Clair County School System as a result of implementing the D.A.R.E Program. 

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