Target Audience: Social Work professionals, students, MFTS and Human Service Professionals Have you ever heard these terms? “Chasing the Rainbow” “Riding the Elevator” “Doin Da Lean” Your child probably has these terms refer to the drug culture. Join us and learn what the kids already know so you will be able to recognize when a child in your life might be facing a drug problem.This program is designed to educate parents, teachers, social workers, community partners, and anyone with a nexus to children about current drug trends, terminology, and paraphernalia. Our D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) officers work hard in the schools to help your children make the right decisions and say no to drugs. Our goal is to arm parents and teachers with the information necessary to recognize the influences of the drug culture on their children, familiarize them with the many different drugs our children face, and share with them the experience and knowledge of undercover narcotics officers so they are better prepared to help their children make the right choices. The goal of Street Smart is to provide current and up-to-date narcotics information on trends, terminology, paraphernalia, concealment techniques, and physiological effects to those individuals who deal with today’s youth on a daily basis. The target audience for street smart includes DARE and school resource officers, juvenile detectives, school administrators and school board members, teachers, and parents. Other groups and organizations that deal with juveniles are also eligible to receive this program. Past attendee’s have also included physicians, school nurses, juvenile prosecutors, juvenile probation officers, and children services employees. By the end of this training, participants will be able to:Identify the most commonly abused drugs in society today.Identify paraphernalia associated with these abused drugs.Identify concealment techniques used by drug abusers.Meet your presenters: Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit Lt. Bain has been a deputy with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office for over 26 years. He as been assigned to many different divisions with the Sheriff’s Office including the Jail division, Patrol division, Canine Unit, SWAT, and the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) conducting vice and narcotics investigations. Lt. Bain has supervised in all of these areas. Lt. Bain is a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Lt. Bain is also a graduate of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Investigators School and has attended numerous other schools and seminars across the country. Lt. Bain has been assigned to numerous task forces assisting the FBI, DEA, and US Marshall’s Office. Lt. Bain is a member of the International Narcotics Interdiction Association (INIA) and the Narcotic’s Association Regional Coordinating Officers (NARCO). Lt. Bain is a state certified instructor for the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and is currently assigned as commander of the Special Investigations Unit.The Ohio State University College of Social Work is an approved provider of the Ohio CSWMFT Board. Our social worker provider number is: RST111002.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 9:00 AM - 3:00 PMEastern Time
115 Stillman HallThe Ohio State UniversityCollege of Social Work1947 College RoadColumbus, Ohio 43210USA614-292-7686
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