Tall Cop Says Stop
When: May 22, 2018
Where: Lottie Beal Gibson Center of Excellence
130 Industrial Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
Training: Tall Cop Says Stop
Presenter: Officer Jermaine Galloway
Time: Registration 8:30
9:00AM to 4:30PM
Lunch on your own from 12:00-1:00
Credit: 6 Hours
Audience: Art Therapists, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, School Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Medical Professionals
Fee: Registration is $80.00 per person, including all Region 1 employees
Description: This workshop covers alcohol and drug clothing, alcoholic energy drinks, alcopops, alcohol and drug concealment methods and containers, drug paraphernalia, drug related music and groups, logos, stickers, new technology, youth party tendencies, party games, non-traditional alcoholic beverages, social networking sites, synthetic drugs, OTC drugs, inhalants, concentrates, E-cigarettes, and popular party drugs. This session also covers common stash compartments that can be used to hide weapons inside everyday clothing containers and other items, and the impact on traffic safety. This session provides over 70 visual aids for attendees to hold and become familiar with. Galloway also covers the impact of legalization. For each person to help prevent youth and adult substance abuse, you MUST know what is going on in your community.
- Quickly identify alcohol and drug indicators of at-risk youth.
- Outline the current youth drug culture.
- Recognize how alcohol and drugs are concealed in and on different locations.
- Describe tools for prevention, including: improving policy and procedures in regards to current alcohol and drug abuse.
- Discuss area specific alcohol and drug abuse information and content.
Officer Jermaine Galloway has been an Idaho law enforcement officer since 1997 and has more than 15 years’ experience in alcohol and drug education, enforcement and prevention. Officer Galloway currently dedicates thousands of hours to community scans, research and substance abuse identification in large and rural communities across the country.
Officer Galloway currently provides nationwide training and over the last three years has trained more than 120,000 people nationally and internationally. Officer Galloway created his own alcohol and substance abuse prevention and identification program called “You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know”.
Along with creating and starting two non-profit organizations, Officer Galloway was a past Vice President of an alcohol and drug free prevention coalition in Idaho and sits on the Idaho statewide impaired driving prevention and enforcement task force. Officer Galloway is a past board member of the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association (NLLEA).
In addition to other media stories, webinars and interviews, in 2011, Officer Galloway was highlighted in a national video, produced by Human Relations Media, about the harms of “Spice - the Synthetic Marijuana.”
Officer Galloway is also an Idaho POST certified instructor and holds a BA from the University of San Francisco.